Angel Locsin quips about Regine singing OST of teleserye: ‘Hindi ko makakanta ‘to sa mall show!'
Angel Locsin thanked Regine Velasquez-Alcasid for singing the theme song of her upcoming series, "The General's Daughter."
This ABS-CBN show is Angel's comeback teleserye a er five years.
Last January 6, Regine performed the theme song on "ASAP Na$n 'To."
Titled "Ikaw Ang Aking Mahal," the theme song is an original composi$on of Regine's husband, Ogie Alcasid.
Through her Instagram story last January 7, Angel wrote an apprecia$on post for Regine and Ogie a er the "ASAP Na$n 'To" performance.
She wrote, "Thank you ate Regine & kuya @ ogiealcasid for allowing #TheGeneralsDaughter to be the first teleserye in ABS na ginawan nyo po ng theme song. Such an honor. May the Lord bless you more for being so generous & so suppor$ve."
She also told Regine in her message, "Goosebumps every$me kinakanta mo ang 'Ikaw Lang Ang Aking Mahal' ang powerful ng words at ng pagkanta."
Angel then quipped that she was concerned by one limita$on because of Regine's rendi$on of the song: "Isa lang inaalala ko, Hindi ko makakanta 'to sa mall show!"
"Ikaw Ang Aking Mahal" is Regine and Ogie's first official collabora$on as Kapamilyas for a teleserye theme song.
Back in 2011, when Regine and Ogie were s$ll with GMA-7, the married couple were able to collaborate for "Sino Ako?" This was used as the theme song of Kim Chiu's prime$me series "My Binondo Girl."
At that $me, Regine was pregnant with her first child, Nate. However, it was not allowed to be officially men$oned since both Regine and Ogie were under contract as Kapuso ar$sts.
Regine was also able to sing the theme song for an Angel Locsin teleserye when they were s$ll with GMA-7.
It was $tled "Hindi Ka Mag-Iisa," which was used in the 2005 TV adapta$on of Darna, with Angel playing the $tle role.
Angel Locsin (left) writes an appreciation post for Regine Velasquez and Ogie Alcasid for doing the theme song of The General's Daughter. Regine interpreted the theme song, "Ikaw Ang Aking Mahal," which was written by Ogie.