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PICTURES! Here’s what happened at Day 2 of Blind Auditions | The Voice Teens 2020

Jude Cartalaba February 10, 2020 04:41 AM
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Four new artists were added as understudies for three coaches in the second episode of The Voice Teens Season 2 on Sunday, February 9.


Sixteen-year-old Bacolod-based senior high scholar Jaylloyd Garche wowed the two female coaches--Sarah Geronimo and Lea Salonga, who both turned as they heard her voice.


Jaylloyd, during his blind auditions, sang the song “Kung Sakali.” Also, after his performance, he showcased his other talent in cartwheeling.


After the two women coaches battled in trying to convince Jaylloyd, Coach Sarah won over him and took him in as her first team member. Both danced together the trending dance step called “Tala.”


WATCH: Sarah G dances “Tala” with Jay


In the same episode, Coach Sarah took in her second team member in the person of the 17-year-old Andre Eusebio. The song leader in his church picked the song “Superstar” as his audition piece.


WATCH: Voice Teens Coaches, labis ang papuri sa talent ni Andre


Three coaches turned for him. It was Coach Lea who first turned for Andre. Coach Sarah followed, and Coach Apl also turned. Andre settled for Coach Sarah as his coach.


Meanwhile, the 17-year-old teenage mom Yang-yang Aloya chose to sing “Bulag, Pipi at Bingi.” It was Coach apl.de.ap who took in Aloya. The rest of the three agreed that she is fit for the team of the returning coach.


WATCH: Yang-Yang, ikinuwento sa mga coaches kung sino ang kanyang inspirasyon
But the biggest surprise that evening was the artist who can play musical instruments like the piano and the ukele. The 17-year-old AJ Yape from Cavite, made the three coaches--Sarah, Lea, and Bamboo turn. Eventually, AJ fulfilled her dreams of joining a singing contest and proving that the competition has rooms for singers who are non-belters.


WATCH: AJ, pinili na mapasama sa Kamp Kawayan


In the end, AJ chose to join Bamboo’s Kamp Kawayan.

 

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