MANILA, Philippines -- The repeat of singer Regine Velasquez's silver anniversary concert is tentatively set on December 8, according to her sister Cacai Mitra.
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Mitra, however, said they are still waiting for the medical clearance from the doctors.
"There will be a deadline for the claiming of tickets, unclaimed tix will be open for sale. Will announce as soon as mag-OK ang doctor ni ate! If she will be given clearance by her doc and no damage sa vocal cords nya, then we will re-stage on Dec. 8," Mitra said on microblogging site Twitter.
Last Friday, Velasquez's concert dubbed as "Silver: The 25th Anniversary Concert Special of Regine Velasquez-Alcasid" at the SM Mall of Asia Arena was cut short after she lost her voice because of a viral infection.
Velasquez was emotional as she apologized to the audience and announced that she will be doing a repeat of her concert for free.
"When I get better, I will do the same show for free! I will do this freakin’ show then I will show you how it should be done," Velasquez tweeted.
Singer Martin Nievera, a long-time friend of Velasquez, offered a new title for the re-staging of the Songbird's 25th anniversary concert. Both Velasquez and Mitra agreed to attach a subtitle to the show's name: "Take 2."