Sarah Geronimo

Sarah Geronimo


July 25, 1988 in Santa Cruz, Manila, Metro Manila, Philippines


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Sarah Geronimo (born July 25, 1988) is a Filipino recording artist and actress. Born and raised in Santa Cruz, Manila, she rose to fame after winning the Star for a Night singing competition in 2003. At the age of 6, she had the privilege of singing for Pope John Paul II on his visit in the country. Her debut album, Popstar: A Dream Come True, reached quintuple platinum status and made her, at age 16, the youngest multi-platinum recording artist. Following the success of her debut album, she had her first major-solo concert at the Smart-Araneta Coliseum at the age of 17, making her the youngest solo performer to have filled the Big Dome. Sarah is the only female artist in history to win all the major Aliw Awards. She also made a record in GMMSF Box-Office Entertainment Awards by being the first and only artist to win the triple crown in history and repeated this feat in the year 2014. In 2012, she was the first Filipino to win the Mnet Asian Music Awards as Best Asian Artist. The year after, she snagged a nomination in MTV Europe Music Awards and three nominations at the World Music Awards making her the only Filipino nominee in the history. In 2013, her movie It Takes a Man and a Woman broke box office records and became the highest grossing Filipino film of all time. Currently she is the youngest coach ever among all The Voice franchises in the world.