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Here's Sharon Cuneta's 'To All The Boys I've Loved Before' playlist!

From Albert Martinez to Richard Gomez and more

Kirsten Olaño
Kirsten Olaño

9/11/2018 in News
Here's Sharon Cuneta's 'To All The Boys I've Loved Before' playlist!

On "Gandang Gabi Vice" aired on Sunday, September 9, Sharon Cuneta reminisced on the good ol' days of her colorful love life.

She traced the boys from her youth, starting from her puppy love, the man who she adored but never became her suitor, to the man who made her fairy tale dream a reality. 

And without a doubt the "Unexpectedly Yours" star was and will always be the kind of woman whose charisma can melt the hearts of anyone.

And just like most of us, she has a song to dedicate to all the boys she loved before. 

First stop. Albert Martinez.

Sharon was 15 when she felt love for the first time with Albert, her puppy love. 

Because Albert remained as a real gentleman to her, she dedicated the song "Paano Kita Mapasasalamatan". 

"Bakit hindi mo ako niligawan?" meanwhile, was Sharon's question to her former leading man, character-actor Christopher de Leon, to whom she dedicated the song "Pangarap Ko Ang Ibigin Ka". 

Meanwhile, the song "Dadalhin" was her choice for her favorite leading man Robin Padilla, who proposed marriage to her during their relationship. 

Richard Gomez, on the other hand, is, for her, the epitome of a responsible family man.

Read related story here:Sharon, kinakabahan sa reunion with Richard?!

The Megastar has nothing but words of appreciation for her "Three Words to Forever" co-star. The song "Kumusta Ka" was her song choice for him. 

As for Gabby Concepcion, her ex-hubby and the father of her daughter KC Concepcion, Sharon dedicated a medley: the songs "Dapat Ka Bang Mahalin" and "Nakapagtataka". 

And last but not the least was for the man who made all her wishes as a woman come true. 

To her husband, Senator Kiko Pangilinan, the song she chose was "Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow", who happened to be the theme song of Star Cinema's 
2016 movie "Love Me Tomorrow". 

Sharon is celebrating her 40 years in the industry on September 28 at the Araneta Coliseum and is set to appear in Cathy Garcia-Molina's "Three Words to Forever" with Richard and Kathryn Bernardo. 

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