That’s Quarantainment reunites 1980s loveteams in “Nothing’s Gonna Stop Us Now”

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1980s Popular Loveteams had a reunion online for a That’s Quarantainment performance. Screenshot from the video.

Popular 1980s loveteams from the Philippines reunited online in a music video reminiscent of German Moreno’s That’s Entertainment and sent fans on a nostalgia trip back to their heyday.

Presented as Janno Gibbs’ That’s Quarantainment production, the Filipino loveteams of Gibbs, Manilyn Reynes, and Keempee de Leon, Romnick Sarmenta and Sheryl Cruz, and Ramon Christopher Gutierrez and Tina Paner brought back the kilig vibes for their fans who watched their performance of the 80s hit song by Starship, “Nothing’s Gonna Stop Us Now.”

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The 4-minute music video featured the individual members of the love teams singing form their respective homes while presumably under community quarantine to stop the spread of COVID-19.

King of Soul Janno Gibbs came up with the creative idea to entertain everyone while under lockdown dubbed as “That’s Quarantainment” and invited his long-time friends to sing with him.

“This quarantine has given us a chance to reconnect with old friends,” Janno wrote in the caption of the video. He uploaded the video on his Instagram account on April 30, 2020, and it was shared by Manilyn, Tina, Sheryl, and Ramon Christopher.

This also served as the mini-reunion of the Tres Marias of Philippine 80s pop – Manilyn, Tina, and Sheryl.

The title of the production is inspired by the youth-oriented 1980s show “That’s Entertainment” hosted by German Moreno and Ike Lozada. The show launched the careers for some of the biggest artists in the Philippine entertainment industry.

The German Moreno Foundation presents the annual Eastwood City Walk Of Fame (WOF) which gives local celebrities their own stars.

Longtime on-screen partners Bea Alonzo and John Lloyd Cruz also recently cheered up Pinoys in lockdown with their story of love and friendship shared on Instagram Live.

Asia’s Songbird Regine Velasquez and Ogie Alcasid posted a video of them singing “The Lord Is Our Savior” as an offering to people affected by the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic.

WATCH That’s Quarantainment here and TELL US about your favorite love teams in the comments below!


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