January 18 – Mindanao region
January 25 – Metro Manila
February 1 – Luzon region
ABS-CBN is mounting a three-day “Bida Kapamilya Audition Caravan” featuring the “Pinoy Big Brother” auditions, “The Voice of the Philippines” scouting, and “Maalaala Mo Kaya” story gathering at the Pacific Mall in Mandaue City, Cebu this weekend.
Aspiring PBB housemates can join the auditions for the reality show’s 5th regular edition on Friday (Nov 22) that will run from 8AM to 6PM. It will be open to men and women 18-35 years old.
On Saturday (Nov 23), a day-long scouting will open to kids 8-13 years old who want to join “The Voice of the Philippines Kids” from 9AM to 5PM. Teen hopefuls, meanwhile, can sign up for the “PBB Teen Edition” audition on Sunday (Nov 24) from 8AM to 3PM. During the three-day caravan, “MMK” will run a story gathering at the venue for people who want to share their real-life stories for a chance to be featured in the weekly drama anthology.
All auditionees should bring a valid ID and birth certificate.
The Voice franchise has just been acquired by ABSCBN and now they just announced their first audition dates and venue.
THE VOICE is based on the reality singing competition The Voice of Holland, which was originally created by Dutch television producer John de Mol as part of The Voice franchise.
The U.S audition dates and venue:
Sept. 15 – Island Pacific Panorama Branch
Sept. 16 – Great America
*You must be (16) sixteen years old by Oct. 1, 2012.
*Identification and a copy of birth certificate.
*Prepare (2) two songs for your open call audition. You may not perform both but have them ready.
*You must have Filipino ancestry
*Only A Cappella is allowed at the audition
*No background tracks.
*Bring one close up and one full body photo.
*Family, friends and coaches are not allowed at the audition. If your under 18, (1) one parent or guardian will be allowed.
*Dress appropriately in a style that represents you.
Pilipinas Got Talent Season 4 is now looking for talented Pinoys!
ABS-CBN has released the initial schedules for Pilipinas Got Talent (PGT) Season 4 audition:
August 10, 9 a.m. – 5 p.m.:
SM Rosario, Cavite
August 11, 9 a.m. – 5 p.m.:
SM San Pablo
Gumaca Municipal Gymnasium, Quezon
August 12, 9 a.m. – 5 p.m.:
SM Sta. Rosa
SM San Lazaro
Central school Gym Bongabon, Nueva Ecija
Following its highly-successful first season, Protégé — GMA Network’s all-original talent search — is back with an exciting twist!
Beginning this Saturday, May 26, Protégé opens its doors to all artista aspirants who want to bare their dreams in the biggest platform to stardom via PROTÉGÉ: The Battle for the Big ARTISTA Break!
Another premium creation of the GMA Entertainment TV Group, PROTÉGÉ: The Battle for the Big ARTISTA Break aims to discover fresh and promising talents all over the archipelago who will soon become the network’s next batch of television sensations.
The competition is open to all male and female Filipinos, 13-21 years old, with a unique and striking personality, compelling story to tell, immense likeability factor, and with “artista” looks.Filipinos who are born and/or currently residing abroad are also encouraged to join the artista search provided they must go to the key venues on the respective audition dates with the complete requirements.
The nationwide auditions will be held on the following dates and venues: SM Naga (May 26); SM Baguio (May 26); SM San Pablo (May 26); SM Bacolod (June 1); SM Cagayan de Oro (June 1); SM Iloilo (June 2); SM Davao (June 2); SM Cebu (June 7); Capitol Grounds, Laoag, Ilocos Norte (June 9); SM Sucat (June 10); SM Batangas (June 14); SM Pampanga (June 16) and SM Mall of Asia (June 20 and 21). Auditions will be from 10am- 6pm.
Aspirants need to bring the original and photocopy of their birth certificate and two recent photos (1 close-up and 1 full body shot). Those who are below 18 years will also need a written consent from their parents together with the original and photocopy of their parent’s valid ID in order to qualify for the auditions.
Interested applicants can also visit the website www.gmanetwork.com for more information on the audition dates and requirements.
They need to prepare at least two 2-minute performances for the audition (sing, dance, rap, beat box, act, play musical instruments, or any extraordinary performances). Contenders are encouraged to be in their most impressive outfits.
PROTÉGÉ: The Battle for the Big ARTISTA Break will be hosted by multi-awarded Kapuso star Dingdong Dantes as the Gala Presenter and versatile actress Carla Abellana as the Journey Host. Jennylyn Mercado returns as the host of Inside Protégé while Maxene Magalona is the Web Jock for the daily updates in Protégé Webisodes.
KC Concepcion will celebrate Valentine’s Day, February 14, with not just one person but the whole city of Cebu as she goes to Cebu Institute of Technology-University for the Visayas leg of the highly anticipated singing competition “The X Factor Philippines.”
Before that, KC will also invade Bacolod City this Saturday (Feb 11) and go to Colegio San Agustin to witness if hopefuls from the city of smiles can be the country’s next singing superstar. “The X Factor Philippines” is open to all Filipinos, aged 16 and above, who can sing and who thinks he or she has the ‘x factor.’ Interested Kapamilyas can audition in solo, duo, trio, or group acts.
Those auditioning should bring a minus one CD of their audition piece. First introduced in the UK, “The X Factor” has conquered more than 30 countries as of mid-2011 and produced more than 50 winners around the world, including Melanie Amaro, who became the first season winner of “The X Factor USA” last month.
Who will be the first Pinoy “X Factor” winner? Watch out for “The X Factor Philippines,” hosted by KC Concepcion, airing soon on ABS-CBN.
The X Factor Philippines host KC Concepcion will attend the auditions in Pangasinan on January 21 and in Batangas by January 28.
KC Concepcion takes on her first assignment as host of ABS-CBN’s new reality singing competition, The X Factor Philippines, this Saturday (January 21). The TV host will go to the University of Pangasinan-Phinma in Dagupan City as part of the Luzon leg of the highly anticipated show.
After Pangasinan, KC will head to First Asia Institute of Technology and Humanities in Batangas the following Saturday (January 28) to test who among Batangueno hopefuls got the ‘x factor.’
The host-actress is very excited to witness first hand Pinoys talents in singing and to personally see who among them has what it takes to be the next singing superstar.
The competition is open to all Filipinos, aged 13 and above, who can sing and who thinks he or she has the ‘x factor.’ Hopefuls can audition in solo, duo, trio, or group acts. Please bring a minus one CD of your audition piece.
First introduced in the UK, The X Factor has conquered more than 30 countries as of mid-2011 and produced more than 50 winners around the world, including Melanie Amaro, who became the first season winner of The X Factor USA last month. Who will be the first Pinoy winner of The X Factor?
Watch for The X Factor Philippines, hosted by KC Concepcion, airing soon on ABS-CBN.