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The Voice PH November 2 Blind Audition result


Now on its 2nd week of their blind audition, the search for The Voice of the Philippines continues. Last week,   Kokoi Baldo, Jannet Cadayona, Tanya Diaz and Timmy Pavino are the first four  who were able to get in.

Another batch  of singers will try to give their best in the hopes of fulfilling their dream and to be of help to their families, and  to join Team Lea, Team Sara, Team Apl and Team Bamboo.

 Mark Cando sings Get Here, making Apl turn his chair for him. During the interview, he admitted to Coah Sarah that he admires Tony Gonzaga’s beauty and intelligence. Tony, known for being game and witty joined in and exchanged pick-up lines with him. Coach Lea and Coach Apl gave him tips on wooing Gonzaga. The studio audience were entertained as well as the coaches.

Kai Honasan’s renditon of Teenage Dream by Katy Perry was sweet and engaging. She made it her own version by playing the yukulele. The four coaches turned for her  and were surprised to learn that she is the daughter of Sen. Gringo Honasan who she shared as her inspiration. The senior Honasan joined the stage and was welcomed warmly. In the end her daughter went for Team Bamboo.

Daniel Ombao’s rendition of Tadhana was refreshing for the coaches, being used to women singing the emotional song.  The wakeboarder showed off his deep with a touch of R&B vocals which made Sarah Geronimo turn for him.

Karlo Mojica’s performance of “Bulag, Pipi At Bingi” made both Coach Bamboo and Coach turned for him appreciated his artistry. Mojica said that he wants to show everyone that even people who have disabilities can dream and can reach it. Mojica, after finding ti tough to decide between them finally chose Bamboo.


Bradley Holmes sang Long Train Running making Coach Lea, Coach Apl and Coach Sarah turn. Holmes revealed that he had himself rehabilitated for using drugs and being an alcoholic.  The coaches were proud of him for his decision to  stop his addiction voluntarily. After thanking the coaches, he chose Coach Apl.