The Voice PH caps off 10-season run w/ABS-CBN

From being a humble 'kontesera,' Bukidnon's teen belter Jillian Pamat of Coach Bamboo's Kamp Kawayan has gone a long way in reaching her dreams as a singer after becoming the grand champion of "The Voice Teens" Season 3.

During the show's two-night Final Showdown last May 18–May 19, Jillian impressed the coaches and crowd with her string of performances, from her duet act of "Tatsulok" with Bamboo and a showstopping rendition of Sarah Geronimo's trending hit "Ikot-Ikot," to her ballad twist on the 1994 rock classic "Tag-Ulan"—managing to secure the most audience votes among the Final 3 with 53.09%. She then is followed by MarTeam's Steph Lacuata as first runner-up with 24.99% and Team Supreme hopeful Yen Victoria as its third placer with 21.91%.

Upon the announcement of her win, Jillian took the opportunity to thank her parents and the public for supporting her journey in "The Voice Teens" and expressing gratitude for her God-given talents in singing.

Meanwhile, Coach Bamboo also praised her overall performance during her finals stint, expressing that she truly deserved to be crowned "The Voice Teens" champion.

Coach Bamboo also received special recognition from "The Voice Philippines" after serving as one of its mainstay coaches since its debut season in 2013.

As grand champion, Jillian will take home a recording and management contract from Universal Music Group (UMG) Philippines, plus P1 million courtesy of ABS-CBN Studios.

She then joins Jona Marie Soquite of Season 1, and Season 2's Heart Salvador, Cydel Gabutero, Isang Manlapaz, and Kendra Aguirre as co-champions of "The Voice Teens."

Throughout its 10-season run, ABS-CBN's adaptation of the global reality-singing competition "The Voice" has discovered and produced world-class Filipino singers, including its "The Voice Kids" and "The Voice Teens" iterations. Among the notable names from the competition are Lyca Gairanod, Darren Espanto, JK Labajo, Elha Nympha, Kyle Echarri, Mitoy Yonting, Jason Dy, Klarisse de Guzman, Morissette Amon, Moira dela Torre, and more. 

The show's hosts, Robi Domingo and Bianca Gonzalez, thanked those who were part of mounting the successful runs of "The Voice Philippines" from its staff, previous coaches Sarah Geronimo, Lea Salonga, Apl.de.ap, and Sharon Cuneta, to its former hosts Luis Manzano, Alex and Toni Gonzaga, Yeng Constantino, and Kim Chiu, plus its "DigiTV" presenters Jeremy G and Lorraine Galvez.