MANILA – The top four artists of “The Voice Teens” are now gearing up for the show’s grand finals which will happen this coming Saturday and Sunday.
In an interview on DZMM on Wednesday, Jeremy Glinoga from Sharon Cuneta’s team said he is using most of his time studying the songs which he will perform this weekend.
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“I’m gonna keep listening to my songs, keep learning the message of all of my songs and trying to deliver the message on stage to everyone listening and watching,” he said.
Isabela Vinzon from Bamboo Mañalac’s team is doing the same, saying she wants to make the most out of this experience.
“Unexpected po lahat ng pangyayari. Nung kumanta po ako [noong semifinals], hindi ko na po iniisip na manalo but to give my best. Mabigyan ko lang po talaga ng justice ‘yung song. Hindi ko na po talaga in-expect na manalo so I’m thankful talaga,” she said.
Meanwhile, Mica Becerro is following the advice of her coach, Lea Salonga, on how to improve her performance this weekend.
“Medyo nahihirapan po ako sa song ko kasi hindi po siya language natin kaya tinutulungan ako ni coach Lea sa pronunciation and sa pag-memorize ng song and pag-deliver ng maayos para mas maganda ang pag-deliver,” she said.
As for Jona Soquite, who is from Sarah Geronimo’s team, she is eating the proper food and taking the right amount of rest so that she will be in perfect form during the grand finals.
Asked what her edge is over her fellow finalists, Soquite said: “Ako po ‘yung youngest pero ibibigay ko pa rin ang best ko. May bago po silang makikitang Jona sa grand finals.”
Hosted by Luis Manzano and Toni Gonzaga, “The Voice Teens” airs Saturdays after “Home Sweetie Home” and Sundays after “Goin’ Bulilit.”
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