‘Trolls Sing-Off’ grand finals – Manila Standard


The world’s first and only Dreamworks-inspired interactive play space DreamPlay recently held the grand finals of the first “Trolls Sing Off,” a singing competition based on the Trolls movie sound track.

Ten-year old Kristel Angelique Belo topped eight other talented finalists at Chaos Manila, City of Dreams.

Belo did a heartwarming and powerful rendition of “Sound of Silence,” captivating the audience. A resident of Batangas, she previously joined The Voice Kids Philippines Season 2 and made it to the battle rounds.

The “Trolls Sing-Off” Grand Champion Kristel Angelique Belo (center) with celebrity judges Franco Laurel (fourth from left) and Bradley Holmes (fourth from right) and City of Dreams Manila and DreamPlay executives 

As the “Trolls Sing-Off” grand champion, Belo was awarded with P20,000 in cash, a year of unlimited pass to DreamPlay, a DreamPlay plaque of recognition, DreamShop and Chez Gingy vouchers worth P3,000 each, a gift certificate of an overnight stay with breakfast for two at Nobu Hotel Manila and a photo op with the DreamWorks characters. She is also given the opportunity to perform in select DreamPlay events.

The panel of judges included City of Dreams Manila General Manager for Non-Gaming Operations Marlon Hirsh, City of Dreams Manila Director of Public Relations Romina Gervacio, The Voice of the Philippines Season 2 finalist Bradley Holmes and theatre actor and singer Franco Laurel.

The “Trolls Sing Off” event was also filled with exciting performances from the DreamPlay team and guest artists. DreamWorks characters Puss in Boots, Alex the lion, and King Julien together with DreamPlay’s Dreamers dance group showed some fancy moves and the audience were roused to dance along with them. Before the end of the program, Acoustic singer Marc Richmond Co rendered some sweet melodies and Bradley Holmes sang a dance hit to sustain the lively momentum. 

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