Sharon Cuneta on Getting Back to Her Fighting Form
Plus photos of her weight transformationBy Jacque De Borja
February 13, 2018 at 10:00 am

Admit it, we all couldn’t get enough of Sharon Cuneta and her recent McDonald’s campaign with ex-flame Gabby Concepcion. Heck, one even got engrossed to researching about her past relationships. (BTW, we have the list here.)

Recently, Sharon shared photos of herself back in 2016 and talked about the struggle to lose the weight and be healthy again. Her old photos were followed by her recent ones like the commercial outtakes and OOTDs.

“I want you to look at these photos (swipe on the embed above.) Because I want you all to remember that no matter how impossible something seems to be, you only need to believe that we can do all things through Christ who strengthens us.”

She disclosed that it really wasn’t easy to lose the weight, but she is now reaping the benefits of making healthier choices not just with food, but her lifestyle. Sharon thanked her family and fans who never gave up even when people said she was already “laos” for show business.

But one thing stood out, the decision to get healthy was not for others but for her own good—Sharon wanted to live a long, healthy life for her kids and her future grandchildren. The new projects and commercials coming along are just added bonus.

Despite the dramatic post, Sharon can still be humorous as she addressed her haters with, “Ngayon, pwede naPwede n’yo na silang sabihan lahat ngEshush me? HU U?’ Hahaha! Joke!” (Now we can tell them, “Excuse me? Who are you?”)

Photo courtesy of Sharon Cuneta’s Instagram account

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