GMA Network's original musical competition – The Clash – is back and bigger than ever, featuring a new set of talented contenders, hosts, and exciting twists throughout the show.
The Clash auditions were held worldwide to search for the best singers. And after months and thousands of potential contenders, the Top 64 Clashers have now been chosen and are all set to battle it out on The Clash stage, Isa laban sa lahat.
The second season introduces the new Clash Masters Rayver Cruz and Julie Anne San Jose who will present the exciting twists and intriguing turns throughout the season.
Off-cam and backstage stories of the clashers will be shared by the well-loved tandem of Rita Daniela and Ken Chan as Journey Hosts.
Leading the search for the newest singing sensation once again is The Clash Panel composed of Asia s Nightingale Lani Misalucha, balladeer Christian Bautista, and comedienne AiAi delas Alas.
We’re choosing the contestant who can be a grand champion. There are times that there are a few contenders who have the same level of skills but at the end of the end, we choose the one with star quality, Lani said explaining that having a good voice is not enough.
Christian shared that he is looking for an all-around performer, I’m looking for an all-around performer, not just someone who looks good. I’m looking for someone who also sing from the heart.
Ai Ai, in turn, is also looking for someone with a wow factor , May mga Clasher na pagpasok pa lang ng stage, commanding na yung presence, and when they start singing, mapapa-wow ka talaga.
Under the helm of Louie Ignacio, follow the journey of each Clasher on The Clash Season 2 beginning tonight at 7:00 after Pepito Manaloto, and every Sunday, 7:40 p.m., after Daig Kayo Ng Lola Ko.
Kapuso viewers from across the globe can also catch their favorite Kapuso shows via GMA s international channels GMA Pinoy TV, GMA Life TV, and GMA News TV International. For the program guide, visit www.gmapinoytv.com.
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