- ASAP has been one of ABS-CBN's longest-running programs where the network's talents show off their expertise in singing and dancing
- Singers Angeline Quinto, Jona Viray, Klarisse De Guzman and Morisette Amon comprise of the show's so-called 'Birit Queens'
- The group sang a medley of songs from the 007 soundtrack on last Sunday's episode
Angeline Quinto, Jona Viray, Klarisse De Guzman and Morissette Amon, also known as ASAP’s ‘Birit Queens', brought the house down once again last Sunday, July 17, when they sang a medley of songs from the James Bond original soundtracks.
All four ladies opened with the song 'Live and Let Die', which was the main theme song of the 1973 James Bond film (and the eight in the franchise) sharing the same name. The song was written by Paul and Linda McCartney, but it was performed by McCartney's band called Wings.
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Amon and De Guzman, both The Voice alumni, finished singing 'Live and Let Die', which was then followed by the song 'Diamonds are Forever'.
De Guzman and Quinto sang the second song of the medley, 'Diamonds are Forever', which was written by Don Black and performed by Shirley Bassey for the seventh James Bond film of the same name. The seventh 007 franchise was released in 1971.
'For Your Eyes Only' was sung by Quinto and Viray, following 'Diamonds are Forever'.
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Quinto and Viray's duet was the theme song for the 12th James Bond film of the same title released in 1981, and was originally performed by Sheena Easton.
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A more recent James Bond theme that was also sung in the medley, which was 'Skyfall'. Viray started the song and and the rest of the ‘Birit Queens' followed suit.
'Skyfall' is the theme song to the 2012 James Bond film of the same name.
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Originally performed by Adele, the song was made for the 23rd installment of the spy film.-KJ, Kami Media
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