- Teacher Georcelle dropped hint about Sarah Geronimo’s upcoming project on Instagram
- Some avid fans took wild guesses of Geronimo’s project — from a US Tour to a major anniversary concert
- Geronimo teamed up with teen actor James Reid for the remake of hit 2014 Korean movie “Miss Grannny”
Avid Sarah Geronimo fans are definitely going crazy for excitement after G-Force’s Georcelle Dapat-Sy aka Teacher Georcelle shared an Instagram post hinting the singer’s upcoming project in 2018. The famous choreographer even captioned the post, “You know what this means.”
In a report KAMI obtained from ABS-CBN Entertainment, the video from an “Umagang Kay Ganda” showbiz news segment hinted that the 29-year-old singer/actress is gearing up for a big project next year. Even though the details of the said project remain vague, some avid fans were quick to assume that it could be a major concert.
Speaking of the fans’ reaction, some of them shared their sentiments in the comments section of entertainment blog, Fashion Pulis. According to one fan, the project could be a US tour or a major concert in New York.
Another fan, on the other hand, said that it could be a major concert in the Philippines. In fact, the fans are hoping that Geronimo will stage a concert next year, just in time for her 15th anniversary in the entertainment industry.
Apart from the upcoming 2018 project, the Popstar Royalty is also preparing for the premiere of her latest movie titled, “Miss Granny.” The film is reportedly a remake from the hit 2014 Korean film of the same title.
Geronimo plays the role of a grandmother in her ‘70s who finds herself trapped in the body of her 20-year-old self. The woman’s predicament occurred when she magically turned 20 after her photo was taken in a mysterious photo studio.
In the movie, Geronimo will be joined by teen actor James Reid, who plays the character of the protagonist’s grandson. The upcoming film is set to premiere before the year ends.
Just like the Popsters, KAMI is also excited for the upcoming project of Ms. Geronimo.