Three young artists will fight for their dreams and future as they sing their hearts out and woo the public to vote for them in The Voice Kids: The Finals, happening tomorrow evening and on Sunday night on ABS-CBN.
The stage is already set for Cyd Pangca of FamiLea, Carmelle Collado of Kamp Kawayan, and Vanjoss Bayaban of Team Sarah, who will compete to become the newest and fourth grand champion of The Voice Kids to be determined solely by online and text votes.
Eleven-year-old Cyd of Bukidnon reached the finals after having gone through difficulties that challenged his confidence. After being bullied last season for not making it past the battle rounds, the passionate and multi-talented vocalist made an awe-inspiring comeback to “The Voice Kids” as a three-chair turner during the blind auditions.
Carmelle, also 11, of Camarines Sur dedicates her journey to her family of singers and grandmother, who, just like her, was a singing contest veteran. The powerful young artist made her mark this season with her explosive versions of hit songs by both foreign and local divas.
Driven 12-year-old Vanjoss of Pangasinan, who is also a three-chair turner, has his family’s future to fight for. Since his audition, he has kept his eyes on the prize so he could bring home his mother, who is a domestic helper in Hong Kong.
Apart from the young artists, the three superstar coaches are also fighting for their second respective The Voice Kids win, after successfully mentoring grand winners Lyca Gairanod (Team Sarah), Elha Nympha (Kamp Kawayan), and Joshua Oliveros (FamiLea).
A new chapter unfolds for one young artist—whose dream will come true? Who among Cyd, Carmelle, and Vanjoss will be crowned victorious?
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