Tuesday, August 8, 2017

Jona Soquite is the first “The Voice Teens” grand champion

Team Sarah wins its third grand finals, this time for the first teen edition of the highly successful franchise in Asia
Jona is named 'The Voice Teens' grand  champion
Team Sarah’s Jona Soquite was declared the first-ever grand champion of “The Voice Teens” in the country and in Asia, after receiving 44.78% of the Philippine public text and online votes in the program’s grand finale held last July 30, which was seen via TFC, and was streamed simulcast its Philippine airing on ABS-CBN, via TFC online (TFC.tv), in key countries worldwide.

 
Jona and coach Sarah

Jona and coach Sarah after performing  'Better Days'(abs-cbn.com)

Soquite, Sarah Geronimo’s third artist to win the top-rating singing competition, beat Team Bamboo’s Isabela Vinzon, who got 22.42% of the votes, Team Lea’s Mica Becerro who garnered 17.79% of votes, and Team Sharon’s Jeremy Glinoga had 15.01% of votes.
 
Grand champion Jona perform her winning  piece I Believe I Can Fly
“I saw that almost half of the voters believed in me. I am so happy that I got to show them the real Jona. Thank you very much to everyone,” Soquite said after being announced as the winner.
 
The Voice teens coaches and artists waiting  for the announcement ofthe winner
As the season’s winner, Soquite takes home a fashion package, Php 1 million cash, Php 1 million trust fund, a business package, dental services, Php 2 million worth of life insurance, a recording and management contract, and a Php 2 million-worth of house and lot.

Before impressing viewers with her performance of her winning piece “I Believe I Can Fly,” Soquite showcased her versatility in a duet with coach Sarah with the song “Better Days”, and in a solo performance of Lady Gaga’s “Just Dance”.
 
Coach Bamboo and Isabela perform 'Kapayapaan'

Coach Lea and Mica perform 'The Prayer'

Jeremy and coach Sharon perform 'I'll  Never Love This WayAgain'

The first season of “The Voice Teens” in the country and in Asia was a TV and online hit as viewers watched the show and made it a trending topic on Twitter every week.

They also tuned in to the grand finalists’ performances as the show recorded national TV ratings of 38.2% last July 29 and 40.3% last July 30, based on data from Kantar Media Television Audience Measurement (TAM), a local viewership measurement company.  On TFC online (www.TFC.tv), the finale also scored high as one of the most viewed programs during the said weekend.

Get to witness again the powerful and soulful performances from Soquite, Vinzon, Becerro, and Glinoga during the “The Voice Teens” grand finals via TFC online (TFC.tv) and TFC IPTV, available until August 30.

For more updates about the show, visit TFC’s Facebook page applicable for your area. Connect with fellow global Kapamilyas and follow @KapamilyaTFC on Twitter and Instagram.

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