KILIG! Coco Martin, Julia Montes serenade 'ASAP Natin 'To' fans

Published November 14, 2021, 2:48 PM

by Stephanie Bernardino

Coco Martin and Julia Montes

Rumored couple Coco Martin and Julia Montes brought kilig to their fans after they performed at the “ASAP Natin ‘To” stage.

The “FPJ’s Ang Probinsyano” love team partners serenaded the crowd with their rendition of Willie Revillame’s “Yun Ka.”

After their performance, the 26-year-old actress shared her birthday message to Coco, who turned 40 early this month.

From left: Angel Aquino, Shaina Magdayao, and Ara Mina (Youtube)

“Happy, happy birthday. Inspirasyon ka sa maraming tao. Kung sino ka man bilang Rodel and Coco, you continue to be like that. Marami kaming na inspire sayo. Sana palagi kang healthy and happy. Happy birthday.”

Meanwhile, Megastar Sharon Cuneta also performed to celebrate her latest milestone as the newest member of the teleserye.

She was joined by other seasoned singers Gary Valenciano, Ogie Alcasid, Jed Madela, and Erik Santos, where they emotionally delivered “Wag Ka Nang Umiyak” and “Ililigtas Ka Niya.”

From left: Raymart Santiago, Rowell Santiago, and Michael de Mesa (Youtube)

Coco, on the other hand, flaunted his singing, dancing, and rapping skills during his performance of Hagibis’s “Katawan,” “Legs,” and “Nanggigigil” along with Lordivino “Bassilyo” Ignacio and Bryan “Smugglaz” Lao.

Some cast members like John Prats, Joseph Marco, John Medina, Marc Solis, Michael Flores, Mark McMahon, Paolo Paraiso, Danny Ramos, John Wayne Sace, CJ Ramos, Sancho delas Alas, Jay Gonzaga, Nonong Ballinan, Bassilyo, and Smugglaz showed off their dancing skills.

Actresses Shaina Magdayao, Ara Mina, Angel Aquino, Marela Torre, Maika Rivera, Whitney Tyson, and Vangie Labalan also grooved to some tracks, as well as, veteran stars Rowell Santiago, Raymart Santiago, and Michael de Mesa.

From left: Coco Martin, Sharon Cuneta and Julia Montes (Youtube)

In the latter part of the show, “Probinsyano’s” newest theme song, “Di Ka Nag-iisa,” was performed by Asia’s songbird Regine Velasquez.

John Estrada, Rosanna Roces, Jaime Fabregas, and directors John Prats, Malu Sevilla, Mark Kevin De Vela, Albert Langitan joined the other cast who performed on stage.