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Juris says she will continue with her singing career after her upcoming wedding

Juris says she has her fiancT's support to continue her career even after they get married this year.

BY BERNIE FRANCO

FRESH SCOOPS

9/30/2011 8:53 AM
Juris says she will continue with her singing career after her upcoming wedding


093011-juris_main.jpgJuris revealed that she is getting married in the last quarter of this year but refused to divulge further details about her upcoming wedding to her boyfriend of five years. “Malapit na, parang ilang buwan na lang ang naiiwan so huwag n’yo na lang tanungin kung kailan,” quipped the Sessionista singer during her recent launch of her album titled Forevermore. She continued that she and her non-showbiz fiancé are already making the preparations for the special event.

When further prodded about the guy’s identity, Juris declined and stressed, “’Yun din ang request n’ya rin sa akin. [I] hope you guys understand. Kung lalabas [ang identity niya] gusto niya after ng wedding.”  She also refused to name the showbiz personalities invited to her wedding. “Piling-pili kami meron kaming ilan [na showbiz friends] pero huwag na nating mention. Halos hindi n’yo po kilala [ang a-attend]. Hindi siya ganun kalaking wedding. Kumbaga iilan lang talaga close friends ko.”

The Acoustic Pop Sessionista shared that she will still continue singing even after the gets married. “Ganun pa rin tuloy-tuloy pa rin hangga’t merong trabaho,” she said. “Hangga’t meron [taong] gusto akong pakinggan, okay lang.” This is also not a problem with her partner because Juris said that he is supportive of her career.

Meantime, Juris’s new album is an all-OPM compilation for all the hopeless romantics. It consists of original compositions and revivals, such as “Minsan Lang Kita Iibigin” originally by Ariel Rivera, “Don’t Say Goodbye” originally by Pops Fernandez, and “Forevermore” originally by Side A band. Also included in the album are two tracks from Juris’s digitally released album in South Korea, “If You and Me” and “Wishes.”

The singer describes, “[The album is] still about love songs, meron rin pang heartbroken, parang ‘yun yata ang mga gustong ipinapakanta sa akin napapansin ko. Gusto nilang naririnig akong kumakanta siguro dahil marami ring mahilig sa senti, eh, kahit hindi malungkot ‘yung tao, gusto pa rin nakikinig ng malulungkot.”