MANILA - Sharon Cuneta has postponed her plans to fly back to the Philippines.
The country's "Megastar" did not disclose the reason behind her decision, although she shared a quote from "Conversations with God" author Neale Donald Walsch.
It read: "Life begins at the end of your comfort zone."
"Was supposed to go home today. But nope. Am not. God bless you all!" she wrote as the caption to her post, not giving further details.
Cuneta flew to the U.S. last week, claiming that she's taking a short break from work as she had been through "way too much pain and fatigue in the past few weeks."
Cuneta is currently one of the coaches on "The Voice Teens," and is also working on a comeback album.
On her Facebook page, the 51-year-old singer-actress has been hinting about her interest to buy a new property in the U.S.
Last April, Cuneta was able to sell her house in Los Angeles to Allen Covert, a friend of actor Adam Sandler.