What will a twelve-year-old do with two million pesos?
For The Voice Kids Grand champion Vanjoss Bayaban, he is quite certain what he will do with his winnings from the talent competition.
WINNING MOMENTS: Vanjoss Bayaban is The Voice Kids 4 Grand Champion
And he knows who will come first.
“Ang gagawin ko po sa napanalunan ko, una po sa lahat, ibibigay ko po sa pamilya ko,” Vanjoss said in an exclusive interview with Entertainment.ABS-CBN.com.
Aside from the two million pesos cash, Vanjoss also won a house and lot also worth two million pesos—indeed a dream come true for anyone at such a tender age.
But for any kid, likewise, there is one item he wouldn’t miss out purchasing.
“Ibibili po namin ng magagarang sasakyan po,” Vanjoss stressed.
Vanjoss was hailed as the Grand Champion of The Voice Kids 4 after the show’s Final Showdown at the Newport Performing Arts Center, Resorts World Manila in Pasay City.
He gave a stirring and uplifting performance of “You Raise Me Up” in his final power ballad number that earned him a towering 62.11% score. Kamp Kawayan’s Carmelle Collado came in second with 24.77%, while FamiLea’s Cyd Pangca ended up at third with 13.15%.
WATCH: Vanjoss Bayaban stuns everyone with amazing “You Raise Me Up” cover
In the previous night, Vanjoss stunned everyone with his enthralling duet with coach Sarah Geronimo singing “Habang May Buhay” and his outstanding “Showstopper” rendition of David Guetta feat. Sia’s “Titanium.”
WATCH: Coach Sarah and Vanjoss Bayaban perform “Habang May Buhay”
WATCH: Vanjoss Bayaban sings “Titanium”
With his lofty share in public votes, Vanjoss is deeply grateful to his legion of followers.
“Sa lahat ng fans ko po, sa mga sumusuporta sa akin, at mga naniniwala sa kakayanan ko po, sobrang thankful ako sa inyo dahil po sa suporta niyo sa akin. Full support po kayo. And nandito na po ang tagumpay na minimithi po natin at hindi po ito mangyayari kung wala po si God po. Thank you po.”