Fresh from her sold-out Big Dome concert, Morissette once again wowed her fans with a solo "ASAP" number Sunday that demanded full choreography with stunts, all while singing live and rapping.
Morissette, 21, took the stage with a circus-themed rendition of Kat DeLuna's "Run the Show" which had her lying down, hanging from a wheel frame, on top of constant dancing and moving around the stage.
In comments on the official YouTube upload of the performance, viewers noted that despite Morissette's number being live, her voice hardly seemed shaken by the intense choreography.
"Grabe, parang walang hingal!" wrote one fan.
Fans poured praises on the performance, with a number pointing out that Morissette even managed the high notes effortlessly, and others asking "ASAP" to give the "Akin Ka Nalang" hitmaker more song-and-dance productions.
This isn't the first time Morissette impressed viewers as a total performer. In 2015, her rendition of "Break Free" with full choreography went viral, after hosts of "It's Showtime" appeared surprised with Morissette's flawless vocals despite the heavy choreography.
This latest number follows "Morissette is Made," the singer's biggest concert to date held at a filled-to-rafters Araneta Coliseum. At that show, music veteran Regine Velasquez dubbed Morissette a "new queen" and "superstar," owing to the latter's recent strides in show business.