Friday, January 12, 2018

Regine Velasquez Back At MOA Arena For A Valentine Concert In A Foursome With Her Husband And Two Other Guys

REGINE VELASQUEZ had a very successful two-night concert for her 30th anniversary in showbiz last October. Now, she’ll be back in the same venue for her Valentine concert with husband Ogie Alcasid, Martin Nievera and Eric Ramos. “#PaMORE”. This is produced by her sister CacaI Mitra’s I-Music Entertainment with Ana Puno’s Star Media, with Louie Ocampo and Raul Mitra as musical directors, and Paolo Valenciano as stage director. At the show’s presscon, since the title of their show is Pa-MORE, the four singers were asked what more can they ask for in their lives.

“Honestly, for me, I cannot ask for more,” says Regine. “Kasi sa career ko, I’ve already been so blessed. But for my family, I want to ask for good health always.”

“For OPM, I’m happy kasi masigla ngayon at ang daming singers nating nagko-concert,” says Ogie. “But sana, maging pantay ang tingin sa local and foreign artists. Kasi as of now, mas favored talaga ang foreign artists. For me naman, I’m having a 30th anniversary concert in September, sana suportahan ng mga tao.”

“Ako, I don’t really plan,” says Erik Santos. “I just take each day as it comes. Itong concert with three icons in local music, answered prayer and dream come true ito for me. My prayer is that I would last long in this business na gaya nila, sa kabila ng napakaraming nagsusulputang bagong singers ngayon sa napakaraming singing contests we have now.”

And how about Martin? What more can he ask for? “More sex,” everybody laughs because of his reply. “Oh yeah! Kulang na, e. But really, I want to have more of everything. More shows and concerts like this. Kasi I don’t see myself slowing down and I just want to go on singing.”

Since Regine and Ogie are husband and wife in real life, their show will be very special as they haven’t performed together in a Valentine show for a long time now. Regine says that despite seven years of marriage, Ogie remains so sweet to her.

“Araw-araw pa rin niya akong pinapakilig,” she says. “Minsan, bigla na lang akong bibigyan ng flowers or gifts, kahit no occasion. Or bigla akong susunduin at sasabihin sa’kin, ‘Can I date you out?’ Sasabihin ko naman, ‘I’ll ask my parents muna, kasi strict sila.’ So I can’t complain kasi any relationship naman, you have to work on it to be successful and my husband is very good in doing that. Kinakantahan pa niya ako at binibigyan ng letters and cards. Ginagaya na nga siya ng anak naming si Nate sa pagiging malambing sa akin.”

Don’t miss “PaMORE” on February 10 at MOA Arena. You can get your tickets now at SM Tickets, 470-2222.

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