The Voice teens Philippines is now in the 4th week of its blind auditions.

Last week, there were eight teens that auditioned and passed for the next round of the competition “the battles”.

For the last week auditions click here: the-voice-teens-philippines-full.html

Stages of the Competition:
On-ground and the producers' auditions:
The first stage is the producers' auditions (not shown). In The Voice Teens, ABS-CBN headed by their regional partners nationwide and abroad conduct the "Unseen Auditions."
At this stage, there will be different judges that will use the power of media to conduct three types of screening; radio auditions, online auditions and on-ground auditions where the team will travel in and out of the country to find the best of the best to participate in the next set of auditions, "The Blind Auditions."

The Blind auditions:
Artists will be given a minimum of 90 seconds to sing their audition piece. The official coaches of the show will be sitting on a chair facing away from the stage and artist. The coaches will only judge by the power, clarity, type and uniqueness of the artists singing capability. If they like what they hear and want to mentor the artist for the next stage, they will push a button on their chair that will turn the chair around to face the artists for the first time.
If a coach turns for an artist, that artist will be included in his/her team. If more than one coach turns around, an artist will pick his coach. If no coach turns, his/her journey ends momentarily (can still try to audition next time).
Each of the coaches will have a certain number of artists in his or her team who will be advancing to the next round.
There is a new addition in this competition called is the Blind Blinds. The stage is covered with a curtain and will only be dropped after his/her performance.

The Battles:
The next stage called "The Battles," (vocal showdown) a pair of artists in the team will be given a song together. They are mentored and developed by their respective coach in the process. An artist that can impress the coach will continue to compete for the next round.
For the losing artists there is still another hope. Another coach can steal you for her/his team. In this twist, a coach can steal two artists during the Battles.

The Knockouts:
Each artist will pick a song to sing and will compete within their teams. The Coaches will pick the 6 best artists in the team for the Live show.

Live shows
The "Live shows" is where the remaining artists per team perform in front the coaches, audience and Live Broadcast. Each artist will be given a song to sing for a chance to advance to the finals.
During the first two Live shows, each coach will pick three of his/her artists in a head-to-head battle to win the public's vote. The voting results are announced on the same night as the live shows. The coaches have the power to save one artist that had not received the public's vote that week. The artist not chosen by their coach will be eliminated from the competition.

At the end of the first two Live shows, only four artists per team will proceed. From the third and fourth live shows, the public and the coaches will have equal share of power on which artist would advance to the final four, with each team being represented by one remaining artist. During the finals, the winner will only be decided upon by the public through different platforms.
The artist of the competition that will received most votes will be crowned as The Voice teen.

Here are videos of today’s performances:

May 6, 2017
Fatima Espiritu - ‘My Heart Will Go On’ (Team Lea)
Kathlene, Arlene Badong sings ‘Ikaw Ay Ako’ (Team Sharon)
Jomar Pasaron sings ‘Rumour Has It’ (Team Lea)
 Miko Ruiz sings ‘Pusong Ligaw’ (Team Sharon)
Gia Gonzales sings ‘Roses’ (Team Sarah)

I can tell that the Sharon Cuneta (sitting far right) is a nice person. She turns to teens that she can help improve. With the right coaching her artists can do better and exceed.  Some people bash her for turning first AND when she turns after other coaches. What the heck? Maybe it’s a Filipino thingy always saying something.

With Sarah Geronimo, almost all 4 chair turners are in her team. Her team is really strong however not good for the artists since there will be intense competition within her team in the next round. This means she has to let go of some of them in no time.

The other coach, Bamboo, I think he is too honest in his comments to each artist. I feel he has forgotten that these artists still need coaching and for goodness sake, these are just teens. He should not expect too much.

As for Lea some said she is ‘oa’ I dunno, I think she is good. She was ‘miss Saigon’ so she must be good. Her team won in the last the voice kids competition.


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