The penultimate week of Idol Philippines Season 2 featured show-stopping performances from the hopefuls, who were mentored by musical directors Louie Ocampo and Ria Osorio.
But, only five contestants are moving to the finals after Delly Cuales was booted out of the competition after receiving only 64.59 % of the combined judges’ score and public votes.
The Top 5 are Ryssi Avila, Ann Raniel, Khimo Gumatay, Bryan Chong, and Kice. Who among them will become the next Idol Philippines? Cast your prediction now!
To join the poll, sign in using your Facebook or Gmail account. Choose your bet from the given list of Idol hopefuls. Watch the Idol Philippines finale to know if you got your prediction right. But, while your hunches may be true, it doesn’t guarantee victory for your favorite contestant. Keep in mind that the final standing will be based solely on judges’ scores and public votes cast on UpLive.
The user with a correct guess will earn 1000 points and the TOP 3 players will be displayed on the leaderboard. You may cast your prediction once only.
In the recent Live Gala Night, Ryssi received the highest score at 99.02% of combined judges’ score and public votes. She stepped out of her comfort zone with indeed a show-stopping performance of “Kilometro” that showcased her versatility, swag, and charisma. “Sumasayaw ka pala,” was Regine Velasquez’s relatable reaction to Ryssi’s upbeat performance. Chito Miranda was surprised to see the 22-year-old’s “bad girl side.”
Ann Raniel, a consistent Rank 2, mesmerized the judges with her fierce performance of “One Night Only.” She owned the theme with her powerful vocal range. Gary Valenciano told her, “Na-prove mo na magaling ka talaga.”
Being the first hopeful to get a standing ovation from all four judges with his superb performance of “End of The Road” proves that Khimo deserves a spot in the finale.
Meanwhile, Bryan rolled the dice with an out-of-this-world rendition of “Mundo” – high notes and all. But it was truly worth the risk. Moira called him a total package while Chito prophesied a major concert for the hopeful.
Kice is getting more comfortable on stage every week. He started mellow, then finished strong complete with a surprising falsetto in his rock-and-roll performance of “Basket Case.” Moira commented, “I think, Kice, whether you win Idol or not, you are already an idol because you are a total package, and you are not hard at all to remember.”
The stage is set for the Idol Philippines Season 2 Finale. Who do you think will become this season’s grand winner? Predict now, IdolKadas!