The Voice of the Philippines Finale was held last Sunday night, September 29 at the Resorts World Manila’s Newport Performing Arts Theater in Pasay City.
Thirteen-year-old singer Roel Manlangit is the grand winner of Pilipinas Got Talent Season 4 , during the results night held at the Pagcor Grand Theater in Parañaque City last night, June 3.
The YouTube sensation from Bukidnon garnered 30.22 percentage of votes, allowing him to win the P2 million cash prize.
He wants to rebuild their house that was destroyed during Typhoon Pablo.
During the June 2 performance night, Manlangit showed his powerful voice with his rendition of Bamboo’s “Noypi.”
Manlangit is the third singer who won the Pilipinas Got Talent, the others are Jovit Baldivino (Season 1), Marcelito Pomoy (Season 2) and the Maasinhon Trio (Season 3).
The results are:
Roel Manlangit – PGT Season 4 Winner
Frankendel Fabroa – first runner-up
MP3 Band – second runner-up
The Bottom 3 finalists were given P50,000 each.
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The impersonator of Christopher de Leon bested 43 other contestants for the title “Ultimate Kalokalike” on ABS-CBN’s noontime show “It’s Showtime.”
For being the grand winner of “Kalokalike,” the Christopher de Leon impersonator will also bring home P300,000.00 cash prize. He also won the BFF Award and the Picture Frame Award which come with a combined cash prize of P40,000.000.
The impersonator of Jinky Pacquiao was named 1st runner up. She will receive P200,000.00 cash prize.
The impersonator of Julia Montes, on the other hand, was 2nd rupper up. She will get P100,000.00. She also won the Kumareer Award which comes with additional P20,000.00 cash prize.
Adele and Joey de Leon Kalokalikes made it to the Top 5.
Although the Justin Bieber Kalokalike did not make it to the Top 5, he won P20,000 for winning the Trending Award.
TV5’s ground-breaking reality singing search Kanta Pilipinas finally announced its first grand winner – Chadleen Lacdo-O — last Sunday, March 24.
This Cebuana diva is proud to take home the grand prize of PhP 1M cash, a recording contract and a management contract under TV5.
From the 24 hopefuls who came from different provinces across the country, 12 voices stood out to form Kanta Pilipinas’ roster of finalists. The competition got more intense as the 12 finalists were trimmed down to the Top 8. Each week, the finalists went through increasingly-challenging elimination rounds and were thoroughly evaluated by Kanta Pilipinas host Rico Blanco and judges “Maestro” Mr. Ryan Cayabyab and Asia’s only Nightingale Ms. Lani Misalucha. Eventually, only four finalists moved on to the Grand Finals and, as witnessed last Sunday, Chadleen emerged victorious—much to the delight of the crowd and her supporters.
Chadleen has proven that she has something unique to offer music-loving Pinoys. With her pretty face and the privilege of being Operation Smile’s international singing ambassador, who would have thought that Chadleen was born with cleft palate? This daddy’s girl had her first operation when she was 20 months old. Four years later, she became Operation Smile’s ambassador, as she identifies closely with the organization’s cause. Being the first-ever grand winner of Kanta Pilipinas, Chadleen does not only inspire the whole nation with her golden voice—she also encourages others to not let anything stand in the way of fulfilling their dreams.
“I thank God for giving me my singing voice and talent and to everyone who supported me in my journey on Kanta Pilipinas. It is a huge privilege to have been recognized as the grand winner of TV5’s ultimate singing reality search Kanta Pilpinas. I hope I was able to inspire young people to continue reaching their dreams despite their shortcomings, to always believe in yourself”, shared Chadleen.
Home cook JR Royol is the first “MasterChef Pinoy Edition” grand winner.
Royol won the TV reality cooking show on ABS-CBN after impressing 4 chef-judges and 2 guest-judges with his organic goose dish called “Chicken Bigorot.”
Carla Marcaida won second place with her “Tuna Adobo and Dilaw na Kanin.”
Third place went to Ivory Yat who cooked a “Palabok Finale.”
Myra Santos placed fourth.
The 4 chef-judges of “MasterChef Pinoy Edition” were Ferns Arcama, JP Anglo, and Chef Laudico, and Judy Ann Santos.
The 2 guest-judges were Kris Aquino and Richard Gomez.
During the live cook off, the remaining three home cooks were given 30 minutes to make their signature MasterChef dish.
In the end, Royol topped the competition with a score of 96.1 points.
Royol took home the P1 million cash prize, a culinary scholarship from the Center of Asian Culinary Studies, and a kitchen showcase from Fujidenzo.
Carla, Ivory, and Myra won P500,000, P300,000, and P200,000 respectively. They will also get a kitchen package and a scholarship at the Center for Asian Culinary Studies.
The awards night of TV5’s grandest artista search happens tomorrow, Oct. 27, 8:30 p.m. as Artista Academy (AA) returns to the SMART Araneta Coliseum where it first opened its doors to over 12,000 hopefuls for its massive one-day audition last June.
It will be the ultimate showdown of talent, looks and charm as six grand finalists — Honor Students Akihiro Blanco, Chanel Morales, Mark Neumann, Shaira Mae, Sophie Albert and Vin Abrenica — put to use everything they have learned from their months of training at the Asian Academy of Television Arts (AATA) to show how deserving they are of the Best Actor and Best Actress titles.
Artista Academy grand winners will bag a total of P20M in cash and prizes plus guaranteed lead roles in an upcoming TV5 teleserye.
The grand night will showcase all six Honor Students’ talents in singing, dancing and acting. Their individual short films will also be shown along with the comments of the directors who have worked with them. Eric Quizon directed the three short films of the girls while Joyce Bernal helmed the boys’ drama flicks.
The other Artista Academy students (Tropang Kick-Out members Benjo Leoncio, Brent Manzano, Chris Leonardo, Jon Orlando, Malak So Shdifat, Marvelous Alejo, Nicole Estrada and Stephanie Rowe) will also be sharing the stage once again for a special production number.
Admission to the Artista Academy Awards Night at the Big Dome is free. For tickets, tune in to Artista Academy weeknights at 9 after Wil Time Bigtime.
KZ Tandingan is “The X Factor Philippines” first grand winner as the results showed during the show’s final results night on Sunday, October 7, at the PAGCOR Grand Theater in Parañaque City.
The 21-year-old singer from Digos City who was mentored by Charice bested Gabriel Maturan and the group Daddy’s Home by receiving the most number of online and text votes.
She took home P4 million worth of prize package and a recording contract with Star Records.
Placing second to KZ was Gabriel Maturan from Martin Nievera‘s Boys Category. He got P100,000 in cash.
Third placer was Daddy’s Home of the Groups Category mentored by Gary Valenciano. They received P50,000 in cash.
Here are the percentage of votes:
KZ Tandingan – 54.77%
Gabriel Maturan – 32.33%
Daddy’s Home – 12.90%