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The Voice PH July 14 Blind Audition Live Recap Video

The Philippines most popular singing competition, “The Voice of the Philippines” will air the blind audition tonight, Sunday, July 14, 2013 as continuation for the Saturday’s episode of the show. We will be giving to you our live coverage, recap and video highlights as the show will unfolds on National TV.

The Voice PH is hosted by multi-talented host, Toni Gonzaga and supported by Kapamilya stars and The Voice V-Reporters Robi Domingo and Alex Domingo at backstage.

The coaches and mentors of The Voice PH will return to their seats as they will try to choose another brilliant artists to passed the Blind Audition. Coaches Sarah, Bamboo, Lea and Apl.de.ap will be there for us to share their valuable insights during the show.

Here’s our live coverage and show’s highlights:

Rainier Acosta, the 29-year-old lad from Bulacan is the grandson of phenomenal OPM artist Rodel Naval. He sung “Muli” as popularized by his grandfather and Team Lea push the red button. He will join the team of Lea Salonga.

Talia Reyes made it to Team Bamboo after singing “Sunday Morning” by Maroon 5.

Lecelle Trinidad, the 17-year-old from Nueva Ecija sung the song, “Bust Your Windows” by Jazmine Sullivan and she picked Team Sarah despite Team Lea’s convincing.

Jordan Castillo Jr. from Fairview, Quezon City performed “Ordinary People” as popularized byJohn Legend. No one turned!

Penelope Matanguihan, 21-year-old from Batangas. She sung the song popularized by Beyonce titled “Love On Top” Coaches Lea, Sarah and Apl turned the red chair! She chose Team Apl!

Japs Mendoza, the 16-year-old from Malolos, Bulacan admitted that he is a huge fan of Bamboo. He sung the song popularized by Bamboo titled “Truth,” but he failed to convince Bamboo instead Lea Salonga turned and he is now part of Team Lea.

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About the author: Ed Umbao is a former tuba-gatherer from Bantayan Island. Previously worked as an OFW in Saudi Arabia, now a full-time blogger sans technical ability.

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