I kind of miss some blind audition episodes so I made an extra effort to catch up. As the Battle Rounds draw near, more singing hopefuls joined each of the coaches’ teams during the Blind Auditions and became part of the highly-rating and twitter-trending singing reality show in the Philippines, “The Voice of the Philippines” Season Two.
The night five and six of the Blind Auditions, aired on The Filipino Channel (TFC) worldwide last November 15 and 16, Saturday and Sunday (November 16 and 17, Sunday and Monday Australian Daylight Savings Time or ADST, and New Zealand Daylight Savings Time or NZDT, and November 15 and 17, Saturday and Monday Guam time), added a total of 11 new artists who joined the teams of coaches Lea Salonga, Bamboo, Sarah Geronimo, and Apl de ap.
The latest addition to Salonga’s group of powerful vocalists is Philippe Go, a chemist who has had a huge passion for music since he was a kid. He sang Wency Cornejo’s hit “Hanggang” which left Salonga in awe.
Guam-based singer Charles Catbagan also impressed the coaches with his emotional rendition of the Brian McKnight hit, “One Last Cry.” Salonga and Geronimo both turned their chairs and gave the vocalist a standing ovation for his performance that trended on Twitter worldwide, but the artist chose to be under Salonga’s team.
Coach Bamboo, meanwhile, also welcomed three talents in his Kamp Kawayan team. Freelance singer Ramonne Rodriguez secured her spot at Team Bamboo when she sang her rendition of the Jaya hit, “Wala Na Bang Pag-Ibig?”
The Popstar Royalty coach also added two more singing talents to her team: 2004 TFC Popstar winner and Music Production student, Carol Leus after her sweet performance of “Tattooed Heart” made famous by Ariana Grande;
Coach Apl finally added three more singing talents who are joining Janet Cadayona, Bradley Holmes, and Mark Cando. The Black Eyed Peas coach turned his chair for the jingle recording artist, Samantha Felizco after she gave her heartfelt rendition of Christina Aguilera’s “Hurt.”
With all four coaches finding almost half of their teams, find out who will complete the teams and move on to the Battle Rounds. Stay tuned for another exciting and twitter-trending blind audition of “The Voice of the Philippines” season two airing on November 22 and 23, Saturday and Sunday (November 23 and 24, Sunday and Monday ADST and NZDT, and November 22 and 24, Saturday and Monday Guam time) on TFC worldwide. Viewers worldwide can also watch the exciting continuation of the blind auditions via livestream or after its Philippine airing on TFC’s official online service, TFC.tv and via its video-on-demand or VOD (Internet Protocol television or IPTV) service available in the U.S.A., Canada, Europe, Australia, New Zealand, and Japan.