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‘Your Face Sounds Familiar Kids’ finale rules weekend programming

More viewers nationwide tuned in to the kiddie performers’ two-night grand showdown of Your Face Sounds Familiar Kids as it hit a national TV rating of 36.5 percent versus The Clash (18.9 percent) last Saturday (Aug. 18), according to data from Kantar Media. It also ruled last Sunday (Aug. 19) as it recorded 37.1 percent, compared to its rival program with only 18.4 percent.

‘Your Face Sounds Familiar Kids’ finale rules weekend programming
Vocal trio Mackie Empuerto, Kiefer Sanchez, and Francis Concepcion otherwise known as TNT Boys.
During the two-night TV spectacle, viewers witnessed worldwide sensation TNT Boys hailed as the newest grand winner of Your Face Sounds Familiar Kids after astounding the jurors and viewers with their transformation into the iconic trio of Jessie J, Ariana Grande, and Nicki Minaj in the season’s grand showdown Sunday night (Aug. 19).

The bigshot trio’s performance of the hit song “Bang Bang” earned them the highest combined judges’ scores and public text votes­—a whopping 100 percent—beating out seven other performers.

As the winners, Mackie Empuerto, Kiefer Sanchez, and Francis Concepcion took home P1 million, house and lot, and a gadget showcase as prizes.

Onyok Pineda, on the other hand, finished second with 67.59 percent as he performed as Steven Tyler, while Esang De Torres landed on the third spot with 58.52 percent with her performance as Barbra Streisand. 

Meanwhile, Your Face Sounds Familiar brings more surprises this coming weekend (Aug. 25 and 26) as the show’s performers from both regular and kids seasons come together for an all-star concert treat. Don’t miss their transformations that will once again grace the stage and impress viewers.

Topics: Your Face Sounds Familiar Kids , The Clash , Kantar Media , TNT Boys , Jessie J , Ariana Grande , Nicki Minaj
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