“The Voice of the Philippines” Season 2 kicks off blind auditions this week on TFC worldwide

A new breed of Filipino artists with extraordinary voices will take center stage in the season two of Philippine TV’s much-anticipated vocal competition, “The Voice of the Philippines,’ which begins this Sunday, October 26 on The Filipino Channel (TFC) worldwide (Monday, October 27 Australian Daylight Saving Time or [ADST], New Zealand Standard Time [NZST], Guam, and Japan Time).

The Voice of the Philippines coaches Apl de Ap, Lea Salonga, Sarah Geronimo, Bamboo (2)

Back in season two are its quartet of superstar coaches Apl de Ap, Sarah Geronimo, Bamboo Mañalac, and Lea Salonga, with the solid team of multi-awarded host Luis Manzano, together with Robi Domingo and Alex Gonzaga as V-Reporters, and the ultimate multimedia star Toni Gonzaga.

In the much-awaited season two, coaches Apl, Geronimo, Mañalac, and Salonga will have to assemble 14 artists to form a team by the end of the blind auditions. The new season will also introduce the power of ‘steal,’ which will add tension and excitement to the competition.

During the battle rounds, each coach will have to pit two artists against each other and choose only one that will move on to the next round. If a coach likes the performance of the losing artist, he or she can ‘steal’ that artist. If two or more coaches used their ‘steal’ on a losing artist, the artist will get to decide which coach or team to transfer to, just like in the blind auditions.

The newest season will showcase artists with notably refined artistry representing various fields and ages, including a nurse, a bus vendor, a farmer, a chemist, a Zumba instructor, and a former recording artist. This season will also feature the amazing talents of Filipinos from all over the world including Guam, France, U.S.A., United Arab Emirates, Canada, and Australia.

Who will be part of Team Apl, Team Sarah, Team Bamboo, and Team Lea? Do not dare miss the premiere of “The Voice of the Philippines” season two this Sunday, October 26 on TFC worldwide (Monday, October 27 Australian Daylight Saving Time or [ADST], New Zealand Standard Time [NZST], Guam, and Japan Time). Fans all over the world can also watch the premiere of the show where dreams really do come true live via TFC’s official online service, TFC.tv at http://tfc.tv/live/Details/41780/the-voice-of-the-philippines-live. Catch the premiere of “The Voice” right after its Philippine airing also on TFC.tv and via TFC’s video-on-demand or VOD (Internet Protocol television or IPTV) service available in the U.S.A., Canada, Europe, Australia, New Zealand, and Japan.

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