“The Voice Kids Season 2” premieres on June 6!

Superstar coaches and performers Sarah Geronimo, Bamboo, and Lea Salonga will once again search for kiddie artists with big voices in the second season of the top-rating and Twitter-trending “The Voice Kids” starting this Saturday (June 6).

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This season, the coaches are more aggressive than ever, using new tricks to convince an artist to join their respective teams in the Blind Auditions – the first stage of the competition.

“What we’re really looking for are kids who can sing better than our Season 1’s Top 4. And I think we found them,” said coach Lea.

Coach Sarah, who mentored Season 1 grand winner Lyca Gairanod, shared, “It’s hard to find really unique voices. It’s where we come in as coaches to help them improve as artists.”

As in the first season, each coach must have signed up 18 kiddie artists for their teams by the end of the Blind Auditions.

“Yes, voice is the defining thing. With kids, there’s a whole lot more involved. I have a good feeling this season I’ll find somebody special,” said coach Bamboo.

The pilot episodes features a fashionista, a football heartthrob, an artist who likes to impersonate other singers, a kid who will make coach Lea teary-eyed, and a boy who will proudly represent his tribe in Bukidnon.

Who will impress the coaches? What are the stories behind the voices of the first three- chair turners of the season?

Don’t miss the premiere of “The Voice Kids” Season 2 this Saturday (June 6) on ABS-CBN.

 

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Darren Espanto to his fans: “Hindi na po [ako babalik sa Canada] kasi po marami din pong mga offers pagkatapos ng finals [ng The Voice Kids].”!

After Darren Espanto finished second in The Voice Kids, fans were clamoring for him to stay here in the Philippines since they want to see more of him.

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Many even believed that Darren was deserving to be the grand winner.

Darren, 13, who is from Calgary, Alberta in Canada has this to say to his fans:

“Hindi na po [ako babalik sa Canada] kasi po marami din pong mga offers pagkatapos ng finals [ng The Voice Kids]. Sabi po ng mga magulang ko, sila na lang po ang uuwi for the meanwhile para makabalik sa trabaho.”

On his new found fans:

“I feel great. Mabuti naman po ako. I’m very blessed to have [my supporters]. I thank all the people who supported me and I will forever treasure them. I feel very very happy po kasi kahit hindi po ako yung nanalo, parang nanalo na din po ako.”

On their upcoming charity concert titled “Boses ng Bulilit… Kami Ulit!”:

“I’m very excited po kasi hindi lang po ‘yung TV show. Ito po ay parang wala nang competition, parang happy happy lang. We have guest artists. We have ‘TVK’ alumni, and ‘yung mga coach po.”

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Lyca Garainod is the 1st “The Voice Kids” Grand Winner (Video)!

Lyca Gairanod of Team Sarah Geronimo became the 4th member of Aegis when she joined them on stage and performed the group’s hit song “Basang Basa sa Ulan” on finale of The Voice Kids Philippines Philippines Special Performance with Celebrity Guest Round on Sunday, July 27, 2014 at the Newport Performing Arts Theater, Resorts World Manila, Pasay City.

Lyca Aegis

Many people said that her performance with the Aegis is what made her the grand winner of the reality show.

Do you agree?

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Darren Espanto, Lyca Garainod, Juan Karlos Labajo and Darlene Vibanes are the final 4 of “The Voice Kids”

The Voice Kids” revealed the top four artists who will compete in next week’s grand finals after the two-day public voting was closed on Sunday night.

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Team Sarah’s Lyca Gairanod got the highest percentage of votes, followed by her teammate Darren Espanto, Team Bamboo’s Juan Karlos Labajo and Team Lea’s Darlene Vibares.

Who do you think will be the grand winner of the four finalist?

Watch the announcement video:

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“The Voice Kids” semi-finals set this weekend!

The top 6 young artists of the top-rating and Twitter-trending “The Voice Kids” are going head-to-head to sing for their dreams and the voting public in the Live Semi-Finals this Saturday (July 19).

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Fighting for a slot in the finale are Team Lea’s Darlene Vibares and Tonton Cabiles, Kamp Kawayan’s Juan Karlos Labajo and Edray Teodoro, and Team Sarah’s Darren Espanto and Lyca Gairanod.

Make sure to tune in to the Saturday’s Semi-Finals as the full voting mechanics will be revealed during the live show and the actual voting will open by the end of it.

The four artists who will get the highest percentage of votes from the public will move to the Grand Finals next week. This means that one of the coaches have two star artists who will complete the Final 4.

Whose voice will win the hearts of viewers?

The “The Voice Kids” grand champion will win P1 million, a one-year recording contract from MCA Universal, house and lot, a home appliance showcase, a musical instrument showcase, and P1 million worth of  trust fund.

Don’t miss the Live Semi-Finals of “The Voice Kids” on Saturday (July 19), 6:45 PM and on Sunday  (July 20), 7:30 PM on ABS-CBN’s Yes Weekend.

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Team Bamboo chose Edray Teodoro and Juan Karlos Labajo to the final round of The Voice Kids!

While rocker Bamboo Manalac wished he had more time to train and asses his young artists, he had no choice but to choose two from the six kids who made it to the Sing-Offs of “The Voice Kids.”

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And on Sunday, Manalac chose Edray Teodoro and Juan Karlos Labajo, both 13 years old, to represent Team Bamboo in the finals round.

Edray’s breakaway performance

Teodoro, who joined the competition to prove her bullies wrong, exceeded expectations as she performed “Tulak ng Bibig” by singer Julianne.

“This time in-exceed mo pa ‘yung expectations ko,” said Sarah Geronimo. “Kung isa kang actor, alam mo kung paano ilagay ‘yung sarili mo sa kanta. Napaka-versatile mong singer… I like your personality.”

Meanwhile, Teodoro’s own coach thought it was her breakaway performance.

“I think this was your breakaway moment.This is the one where you sort of [say], ‘okay, coach, ito ‘yung kanta ko, ito ‘yung gagawin ko. So sit down and watch me.’ I was so impressed, said Manalac who also thanked the 13-year-old for being on his team.

Teodoro said school bullies used to call her names because of her weight and she joined “The Voice Kids” to show them that there’s more to her than meets the eye.

“Kaya po ako sumali sa ‘The Voice’ ay para mabigyan ko pa po ng more confidence ang sarili ko at para po masabi rin nila na ‘hindi lang pala ganyan ‘yan,'” she said.

Juan Karlos makes Bamboo believe

For his part, Labajo proved his coach that he is a total performer with an emotional rendition of Rihanna’s “Stay.”

“Bago ka umakyat daw, they were telling me you were getting a little emotional, na medyo nahihirapan ka, pero you did great out there,” said Manalac.

“You have proven from the Battles to this point that you are a total performer. And i am a believer,” he added.

Lea Salonga, meanwhile, was impressed on how Labajo conducted himself during the Battles into the Sing-Offs.

“Mahigit na isang milyong tao ang nakakita kay Juan Karlos na nagpapatawa. And during the Battles, ang ginawa niya, hindi siya nagpatawa, kumanta lang siya. That was beautiful to watch,” said Salonga.

She added the aside from Labajo’s talent, what separates him from the others is the way he connects emotionally with the song.

“Marunong siya mag-connect emotionally sa isang kanta, which is an edge for a singer. Technically swak lahat e, pero pag walang puso, wala… So that’s what he has,” said Salonga.

Teodoro and Labajo bested their teammates Nathan Bautista, Gem Capalad, Borge Rivera and Stacey Pineda during the Sing-Offs.

An emotional Manalac thanked the kids who did not make it to the finals and wished them all well.

Last week, Darlene Vibares, 9, and Tonton Cabiles, Jr., 11, was chosen to represent Team Lea in the finals.

All 18 members of Team Sarah, meanwhile, will battle it out in next week’s episode.

“The Voice Kids,” hosted by Luis Manzano and Alex Gonzaga, airs Saturdays at 6:45 p.m. and on Sundays at 7:30 p.m.

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Team Lea Salonga Battle to Advance in the Sing-Off Round in The Voice Kids this Weekend!

The young artists on coach Lea Salonga’s team are the first to face the much-anticipated Battle Rounds as they get whittled down in the top-rating and Twitter-trending “The Voice Kids” this weekend (June 28 and 29).

Team Lea Battle Round

Coach Lea already selected the groups of artists who will compete and the songs they will perform in the Battles. She will declare only one winner in each three-way clash who will advance to the next round of the competition – the Sing-Offs.

Up on the battle stage this weekend are teammates Ton-Ton vs Genmarie vs Echo with the song “May Bukas Pa”; Mariane vs Karla vs Darlene (“Firework”); Kobe vs Lorenzo vs Shanne (“Hey Soul Sister”); Giedie vs Angel vs Grace (“When You Believe”); Eufritz vs Coco vs Camille (“Love Song”); and Jimboy vs Angelique vs Rein (“Anak ng Pasig”).

After the Battles, watch another breathtaking vocal showdown on Sunday as Team Lea’s top 6 artists perform in the Sing-Offs, which will cut down the team to its Final 2 artists.

Whose dream will continue and whose dream will soon end? Which Team Lea artists will reign supreme and qualify for the Sing-Offs?

Don’t miss “The Voice Kids” on Saturdays, 6:45 PM and Sundays, 7:30 PM on ABS-CBN’s Yes Weekend.

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Team Bamboo Manalac – The Voice Kids Semi-Finalist Revealed!

Team Bamboo Manalac – The Voice Kids Semi-Finalist Revealed!

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Here is the complete list of “The Voice Kids Philippines” Team Kawayan:

1. Grazz Rodriquez – 13 years old, Quezon City (“Born This Way”)
2. June Mark Armecin – 14 years old, Cebu City (“Mula sa Puso”)
3. Zack Tabuldo – 12 years old, Las Piñas City (“Sunday Morning”)
4. Nathan Bautista – 8 years old, Imus, Cavite (“Don’t Stop Believin'”)
5. Julienne Echavez – Las Piñas City, (“Grow Old With You”)
6. Arianna Ocampo – 13 years old, Las Pinas City (“Tattoed Heart”)
7. Rommel Bautista – 13 years old, Tondo, Manila (“Ako’y Sa’yo at Ika’y Akin”)
8. Edera Lopez – 12 years old, Roxas City, Capiz (“Clarity”)
9. Juan Karlos Labajo – 13 years old, Cebu City (“Grow Old With You”)
10. Natsumi Saito – 12 years old, Cabanatuan City (“Pricetag”)
11. Edray Leona Teodoro – 13 years old, Navatas City (“Killing Me Softly with His Song”)
12. Maite Zubiri – 13 years old, Malaybalay City, Bukidnon (“Stuck Like Glue”)

Which artists from each team will compete with one another in the three-way Battle Rounds that will begin next Saturday (June 28)?

Don’t miss “The Voice Kids” on Saturdays, 6:45 PM and Sundays, 7:30 PM on ABS-CBN’s Yes Weekend. For updates on the program, visit thevoice.abs-cbn.com, like www.facebook.com/thevoiceabscbn, or follow @thevoiceabscbn on Twitter and @abscbnthevoice on Instagram.

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Team Lea Salonga – The Voice Kids Semi-Finalist revealed!

Team Lea Salonga – The Voice Kids Semi-Finalist revealed!

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Here is the complete list of talented kids that complete Team Lea of “The Voice Kids Philippines”

1. Koko Luy – 11 years old, London, United Kingdom (“Forget You”)
2. Jimlord ‘Jimboy’ Garcia -12 years old, Tarlac ( “Faithfully”)
3. Darlene Vibares – 10 years old, Antipolo, Rizal ( “Girl on Fire”)
4. Angelico Claridad – 8 years old, Bacolod City (“Too Much Heaven”)
5. Winston ‘Tonton’ Cabilles – 11 years old, Naga, Cebu (“Dance with My Father”)
6. Camille Santos – 10 years old, Greenhills, San Juan City (“Maybe”)
7. Karla Cruz – 8 years old, Taytay, Rizal (“Titanium”)
8. Genmarie Guiao – 9 years old, Dumaguete City (“Greatest Love of All”)
9. Angelique Trinidad – 12 years old, Calamba, Laguna (“Maghintay Ka Lamang”)
10. Marianne Interino – 12 years old, Olongapo City (“Luha)
11. Giedie Laroco – 13 years old, Dagupan City (“Power of Love”)
12. Lorenzo Cinco – 13 years old, Cagayan de Oro City (“What Makes You Beautiful”)
13. Eufritz Santos – (“Hanggang Ngayon”)
14. Renzwil Viray – 13 years old ,Koronadal City, South Cotabato (“For Once in My Life”)

Which artists from each team will compete with one another in the three-way Battle Rounds that will begin next Saturday (June 28)?

Don’t miss “The Voice Kids” on Saturdays, 6:45 PM and Sundays, 7:30 PM on ABS-CBN’s Yes Weekend. For updates on the program, visit thevoice.abs-cbn.com, like www.facebook.com/thevoiceabscbn, or follow @thevoiceabscbn on Twitter and @abscbnthevoice on Instagram.

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Team Sarah Geronimo – The Voice Kids PH Semi-Finalists revealed!

Team Sarah Geronimo – The Voice Kids PH Semi-Finalists revealed!

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Here is the complete list of young Pinoy talents that form part The Voice Kids Philippines’ Team Sarah Geronimo:

1. JM and JC Urguico – 11 years old, (“When I Was Your Man”)
2. Lyca Gairanod – 9 years old, Tanza, Cavite ( “Halik”)
3. Gab Gomez – 13 years old, Quezon City (“Ako Na Lang”)
4. Earl Consolacion – 13 years old, Negros Occidental (“Lipad ng Pangarap”)
5. Twittle Dizon – 14 years old, Koronadal City (“Gising na Kaibigan Ko”)
6. Darren Espanto – 12 years old, Calgary, Alberta (“Domino”)
7. Roan Isaac Zamjudio – 10 years old, Sta. Ana, Manila (“Habang May Buhay”)
8. Mitz Tanguilan – 12 years old, Montalban, Rizal (“Heaven”)
9. Musika Caubang – 12 years old, Nueva Ecija (“Secrets”)
10. Gomez Lee Marcelino – 11 years old, Sto. Tomas, Batangas (“Bulag, Pipi at Bingi”)
11. Rica Ito – Rizal (“Set Fire to Rain”)
12. Sam Shoaf – 9 years old, Paranaque City (“Treasure”)
13. Don Angelo Santos – (“L-OV-E”)

Which artists from each team will compete with one another in the three-way Battle Rounds that will begin next Saturday (June 28)?

Don’t miss “The Voice Kids” on Saturdays, 6:45 PM and Sundays, 7:30 PM on ABS-CBN’s Yes Weekend. For updates on the program, visit thevoice.abs-cbn.com, like www.facebook.com/thevoiceabscbn, or follow @thevoiceabscbn on Twitter and @abscbnthevoice on Instagram.

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