Deafening shrieks as Kisses, Tony hug on concert stage


Posted at Feb 27 2018 07:48 PM

Defeaning screams filled the Kia Theatre as showbiz newcomers Kisses Delavin and Tony Labrusca shared the stage during the first solo concert of the "Pinoy Big Brother" graduate.

Labrusca was one of Delavin's guest performers at the show held Saturday night. Together, they performed "Rewrite the Stars" from the hit big-screen musical "The Greatest Showman," and "Pag-Ibig Nga Kaya" by Christian Bautista and Rachelle Ann Go.

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In both numbers, the choreography had Labrusca and Delavin holding hands and hugging numerous times, triggering shrieks in the theater, as seen in a YouTube video uploaded by entertainment writer Glenn Regondola.

After their first performance together, Labrusca told Delavin: "I'm so happy that I get to be part of this special day for you, because I know that for the rest of your career, you're going to remember this day, so I'm really blessed to be part of it.

"If you just look out to this crowd, there are so many people [who] love you and support you. One thing that I want you to know, kasama na rin ako doon."

On Instagram, after her concert, Delavin shared a photo with Labrusca moments before they appeared on stage.


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In the caption, she addressed Labrusca, saying: "Silent moment backstage before it all happened. I remember how nervous we were. I remember feeling terrified of the heights and of falling. And I remember how we both offered it to God and let Him lead the way. And we made it! Lord, you are amazing!"

Delavin was previously paired as "love team" with Marco Gallo, also a former "Pinoy Big Brother" housemate. However, the two had a falling out, leading fans of the actress to suggest a new leading man for her. Among them have been model and VJ Donny Pangilinan, as well as Labrusca.

While they are not being billed as a "love team" just yet, Delavin and Labrusca as a tandem have attracted a loyal following, who have aptly dubbed themselves "KissTon."