After beating out thousands of aspirants and proving themselves to the coaches and viewers, the four grand finalists of “The Voice Teens” are gearing up for the vocal battle of a lifetime to be named its first-ever grand champion in the country and in Asia this Saturday and Sunday (July 29 and 30).
Viewers are set to choose who among Team Lea’s Mica, Team Sarah’s Jona, Kamp Kawayan’s Isabela, and Team Sharon’s Jeremy will be hailed the season’s winner, who will bring home a fashion package, a business package, a dental service package, P1 million cash, P1 million worth of trust fund, P2 million life insurance plan, and a brand new house and lot.
The artists will perform in three rounds to woo the public’s votes – a duet with their coach, an upbeat performance, and a power ballad that will be their finale song.
Despite having gained admirers and praises, the finalists had to go through so much pressure that went beyond just performing in order to prove themselves worthy of staying in the competition.
Team Lea’s Mica has already impressed viewers and netizens during her blind audition, which has now reached 9.8 million views, the highest among the teen artists the season. Fearless and not afraid to take risks, Mica 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.
Fourteen-year-old four-chair turner Jona, on the other hand, has been seasoned by singing contests. Driven by her dream to provide a new home for her family who lives by a river, she will use everything her singer father and coach Sarah have taught her in order to win.
The youngest artist in the competition, Jona has already shown she does not back down from any challenge by performing songs that showcase her versatility. The Tabing Ilog Sweetheart of Davao has also consistently received praises for her heartfelt singing.
Like Jona, Kamp Kawayan's Isabela has the ability to own the stage but endured countless criticisms that the coaches, especially coach Lea, had to defend them against bashers.
Now stronger and more determined than ever to win, Isabela has faced online bullying since joining the show for being a celebrity daughter. The Spunky Singing Beauty of Pampanga even defended herself and revealed that she lined up along with thousands of teen aspirants during the show’s auditions in Manila.
Her critics did not stop her from giving fiery performances every week. Audiences have come to expect her gutsy attitude on stage, and with a spot in the grand finale, Isabela is set on building her own path to stardom.
Coach Sharon, meanwhile, is betting on Jeremy to become the first “The Voice” champion to come from her team. Although raised in the US, Jeremy shows his love for OPM music through his song choices.
His fans are used to the Charming Cutie of California crooning ballads, but he is sure to pull off surprises in the grand finale that will silence even the naysayers.
From whose team will the first-ever “The Voice Teens” grand champion come from? Whose performances will stand out?
Don’t miss the exciting vocal battle in “The Voice Teens: Grand Finale” as it names the next singing superstar this Saturday and Sunday (July 29 and 30) on ABS-CBN and on ABS-CBN HD (SkyCable ch 167). Filipinos overseas can also watch it live on tfc.tv/Voice. For the show’s past episodes, login to iWant TV or on skyondemand.com.ph for Sky subscribers.