The Pop Princess recently made showbiz headlines when she staged two concerts at the Smart-Aaraneta Coliseum to celebrate her 24th birthday. Her two-day concert was a smashing successes, and though Sarah had encountered some mishaps, she still pulled through and gave a great show, just like she had done almost a decade ago, when she was starting out in the industry.

It seems likeit was only yesterday when a fresh-faced teenage girl from Sta. Cruz, Manila named Sarah Geronimo wowed the audience at the now-defunct talent show, Star for a Night. Almost ten years later, Sarah remains a showbiz sweetheart, with a string of successful movies, albums, TV shows, and product endorsements under her belt. Despite her meteoric rise in show business, Sarah is still remarkably kind, genuine, and down-to-earth. Throughout her career, she amazingly managed to maintain a squeaky-clean image despite several intrigues. This is truly one special girl whose footsteps we wouldn't mind following!

To celebrate Sarah's special day, we listed down 10 of her most memorable songs. Share with us your own personal favorites in a coment below!

1. "To Love You More"

This was her winning piece when she was still a 14-year-old contestant on the talent show Star for a Night. The show not only blessed her with P 1 million and a Viva Records contract, but it was also responsible for catapulting her into the world of show business.

2. "Forever's Not Enough"

This catchy and karaoke-worthy pop ballad perfectly shows off Sarah's impressive vocal range. This was Sarah's second single after "To Love You More," and it might very well be her most popular and most successful song as well.

3. "Sa Iyo"

This energetic, danceable ditty is a refreshing departure from the slow love songs which Sarah had become known for. The third single from the album  Popstar: A Dream Come True, it won the Best Dance Song Award during the 2004 Awit Awards.

4. "How Could You Say That You Love Me"

This is the carrier single from her second album, Sweet Sixteen. The video for this song was shot in the USA, and featured fellow Star for a Night alumni Mark Bautista.

5. "I Still Believe in Loving You"

This is the first single from her third album, Becoming. Like "How Could You Say That You Love Me," it was also a huge success, keeping the number one spot at local music charts for several weeks.

6. "Bituing Walang Ningning"

This is the eponymous soundtrack of the hit sineserye Bituing Walang Ningning, where Sarah essayed the role of Dorina Pineda, the talented estranged daughter of singing superstar Rosa Mia.

7. "A Very Special Love"

This is the theme song of the hit romantic comedy A Very Special Love, which was topbilled by Sarah and John Lloyd Cruz. The song is a remake of the classic ballad originally sung by Maureen McGovern.

8. "You Changed My Life"

This is the soundtrack to the movie You Changed My Life, which is the sequel to A Very Special Love. "You Changed My Life" is also a remake, and Sarah had given justice to this Janie Fricke classic.

9. "I'll Be There"

This is one of Sarah's less famous songs, but it is nonetheless just as special as her well-known hits. This is the first single off her fifth album Just Me, which was released in 2008. Here, she sings with former Backstreet Boys member Howie Dorough, proving that Pinoy talent is really world-class.

10. "Sino Nga Ba Siya"

This is the first single of her latest album, One Heart, which was released in 2011. Her latest album showcases her mature style, as it proves that she has gone a long way from the sugary sweet ditties and the operatic ballads that propelled her to fame nine years ago.

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