- Juliana, the daughter of Richard Gomez and Lucy Torres, had a cool father-daughter dance on debut
- She grooved with her father in a lively music, far from the usual romantic dance
- The cool moment gathered a lot of reactions from netizens
It was not the usual romantic dance that Juliana, the daughter of Richard Gomez to Lucy Torres, initiated with her father during the celebration of her 18th birthday.
KAMI learned that the debut was initially announced as simple and far from the usual occasion that has a cotillion, 18 roses, and other traditional parts of ceremony.
This time, it was a groovy dance that the father and daughter enjoyed as seen in the video posted by PEP.ph.
Juliana and Richard first shared the spotlight with other friends and guests and formed a straight line to show off their lively dancing skills.
After so, the actor and her only daughter took the stage and had their showdown that captured attention from their guests.
Although she seemed exhausted, happiness and joy were evident in the face of Juliana after having to dance in an unusual way with her celebrity dad.
Here is the cool video:
In another video, the celebrity kid was seen watching her dad giving a message through a video presentation.
Afterwards, a cake formed from donuts was presented on stage as Juliana got ready for the reported blowing of candles.
Here is the other clip:
The ceremony gathered several reactions from netizens. Here are a few:
“Simply her. This is my ideal birthday, hindi magarbo.”
“Kung tutuusin ang yaman ng parents nya pwro mas pinili prin nya ang simpleng celebration!!! Happy 18th bday Juliana.”
“Rich and famous kid with a simple but elegant debut celebration ... very humble Julianna just like her mom, happy 18th birthday... God bless.”
In a previous article by KAMI, Richard’s daughter received a tall order from her parents about entertaining suitors.
Juliana, who was born on September 8, 2000, is the only daughter of actor-turned-politician Richard and Congresswoman Lucy.
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