Radha and Marissa Saroca's performance earns a standing ovation

It's the last of the Battle Rounds on "The Voice of the Philippines."

To start off, Coach Apl chose Cora Dela Cruz, who Coach Sarah acknowledged for her signature moves, over singing waitress Jessica Corpuz in their rendition of Sugarfree's "Makita Kang Muli."

Next is Team Bamboo as their guitar man from Palawan, Myk Perez won against Davao DJ, John Duka. Perez won Coach Bamboo over, as well as Coach Lea and Coach Sarah, in their mash-up performance of the Beatles songs, Hey Jude and Come Together. 

A break from the performances, sisters and "The Voice PH" hosts Toni and Alex Gonzaga battled it off with a Demi Lovato song, "Heart Attack." 

Next was the trio of Team Sarah that specifically trended on Twitter last night. Gabriel Ramos, Klarisse De Guzman and Rouxette Swinton perform Gotye's "Somebody That I Used to Know." Though Guest Adviser Gary Valenciano picked theater actor Gabriel Ramos, Coach Sarah chose Klarisse De Guzman, her former competitor in a singing contest, to be the last artist to compete for her team saying, "This is God's perfect timing for her." 

For the first time in The Voice PH's Battle history, the final performance of the round earned a standing ovation from the coaches and audience as raging divas, Radha and Marissa Saroca performed Aretha Franklin's "Respect." Coach Lea has a hard time choosing between the two for both are outstanding singers. In the end, Coach Lea picks Radha but expressed her desire to still work with Marissa.

The Battle rounds are finally over. The 24 artists to continue on to the Live Shows are now complete. Keep on watching, "The Voice of the Philippines," Saturdays after "Maalaala Mo Kaya" on ABS-CBN.