She believed she could fly. So she did.
After months of fighting relentlessly for her dreams, Jona Soquite finally made it to the top and became the first ever ‘The Voice Teens’ champion—not just in the Philippines, but in the whole Asia.
The 13-year-old Davaoeña secured 44.78% votes from the public and became one of the trending topics last July 30, thanks to her mesmerizing rendition of R. Kelly’s “I Believe I Can Fly”. The young artist also stunned the crowd with her “Better Days” duet with Sarah Geronimo and upbeat solo performance of “Just Dance” the night before.
Coach Sarah believed that Jona’s humility and determination are the things that made her a true champion. And she’s right. Jona’s passion for music allowed her to soar higher and conquer ‘The Voice Teens’—and with a powerful voice and fighting spirit like hers, there’s no doubt that she’s destined for more.
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