Tonight, July 29, the four finalists of The Voice Teens will battle it out in a vocal showdown to determine who deserves to be the first ever Grand Champion of this edition.
Fearless and not afraid to take risks, Mica Becerro wants to inspire young people to try other music genres. Known for her operatic singing, the Soprano Girl of Surigao del Norte has also proven she can make any song her own by performing popular tunes.
Before the grand finale, let us look back at her journey in the top-rating singing competition.
For the semi-finals, Mica showed her versatility when she performed the Minnie Riperton song, “Lovin’ You.” She advanced to the grand finals after receiving a total score of 97.5% from her coach and the public, and became the contender of Familea.
For the first live show, she gave an impressive performance of “Bridge Over Troubled Water,” a song by Simon and Garfunkel. She was saved by the public and she advanced to the semi-finals.
For the knockout round, the Soprano Girl of Surigao del Norte showed off her vocal range when she performed her rendition of “Think of Me” from the musical “The Phantom of the Opera.” Coach Lea chose her alongside Chan Millanes and Patricia Luna to advance to the live shows.
For the battle round, she gave an unforgettable performance of the Beyoncé song, “Ave Maria,” with Christy Lagapa. Both girls impressed their coach but Coach Lea chose Mica to advance to the next round.
For her blind audition, Mica made a mark when she performed “Queen of the Night” from the opera “The Magic Flute.” All four judges turned for her but the young soprano chose the Broadway Diva to be her coach.