Meet the Top 12 Who’ll Compete in the Live Shows of The Voice Teens!

The stage is set for the Live Shows—we now have a Top 12!

Surviving the Knockouts didn’t come easy for the remaining twelve teens, but with their vocal prowess and song choices, they were able to get their coaches’ nods. Check out who made it and the songs they performed in their last bid for the Live Shows.

Team Lea:

Patricia Luna charmed with a cover of Asin’s “Ang Buhay Ko”.

No one could forget Mica Becerro after doing Sarah Brightman’s classic “Think of Me.”

It certainly won’t be the last time for Chan Millanes as he moves on to the next round after his rendition of Eric Benet’s “The Last Time.”

Team Sarah:

Ivan Navares crooned to the coaches with James Ingram’s iconic “There’s No Easy Way”. Jona Soquite did a lovely cover of Destiny’s Child’s “Stand Up For Love”.

No one rained on Nisha Bedaña’s parade to the next round as she impressed with Barbara Streisand’s “Don't Rain On My Parade”.

Team Bamboo:

Queenie Ugdiman ascended to the Top 12 through her version of “Ang Huling El Bimbo” by Eraserheads.

Isabela Vinzon gripped the coaches with Christina Aguilera’s “Something’s Got a Hold On Me”.

Emarjhun De Guzman need not apologize to anyone as he gave a solid performance of Justin Bieber’s “Sorry”.

Team Sharon:

Christy Lagapa went old-school with her rendition of Aretha Franklin’s “Son of a Preacher Man”.

Jeremy Glinoga wowed with Labrinth’s “Jealous.”

Alessandra Galvez performed a blues-inspired version of Bon Jovi’s “You Give Love a Bad Name.”

The teens will have to snag the public’s approval during the Live Shows in order to move on to the Final Four and be one step closer to their dreams. These dreams go beyond being crowned as The Voice Teens, though, which we’ll get to know more about through the soon-to-be-released Pangarap Diaries video series. Each of the 12 have their own desires and ambitions—saving for their education, a dream home, or a business of their own—but essentially, they all aspire for a better and brighter future. And for that reason, Sun Life, the first and longest-standing insurer in the Philippines, will award the grand winner with a special gift that would allow him or her to prepare for life’s uncertainties and at the same time be able to save well to achieve his or her dreams through Sun Life’s My Future Fund.

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Stay tuned to The Voice Teens and see who will achieve their dream of being crowned as the very first The Voice Teens Grand Champion! Also watch out for the Pangarap Diaries videos series, which will let you get to know more about the teen hopefuls, as they share their touching stories and aspirations in life.

Watch The Voice Teens every Saturday, 7:15 PM and Sunday, 7 PM. For more updates, visit thevoice.abs-cbn.com, like www.facebook.com/¬TheVoiceTeensABSCBN, or follow @thevoiceabscbn on Twitter and @thevoiceteensabscbn¬ on Instagram.

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