Tawag Ng Tanghalan Finalist Reveals How They Will Use P2M If They Become Grand Champion
TAWAG NG TANGHALAN – It’s Showtime’s ‘Tawag Ng Tanghalan’ top 6 revealed how they will use the P2 million cash prize if they become the grand champion.
Today, September 28, will be the final judgment of who will win as “Tawag Ng Tanghalan” Season 3 grand champion. The top 6 finalists are Kim Nemenzo, Elaine Duran, John Mark Saga, Jonas Oñate, Shaina Allaga, and John Michael de la Cerna.
The winner will bring home P2 million cash prize, business franchise, brand new house and lot, and recording contract at TNT Records. The top 6 were interviewed during the mediacon on September 23. They revealed how the singing contest changed their lives and how they’re going to spend the money.
The 26-year-old emotional diva from Negros is a ‘resbaker’ handled by the composer Mr. Louie Ocampo. Kim said she was so overwhelmed by the support of her town mates. If she wins, she plans to help her brother to finish his studies and buy the lot her father sold years ago.
“Yung ibibigay pong bahay at lupa ng Tawag Ng Tanghalan, sobra pong yun ang pangarap ko para sa amin ng family ko,” she said.
The 20-year-old singer from Agusan del Norte is ‘Tawag Ng Tanghalan’ 10-time-defending champion and a record holder. She said she would gave a portion of her winnings to their church.
“Hindi naman po ako mayaman pero at least, doon, alam ko kasi na galling ito sa Diyos,” said Duran.
John Michael De La Cerna
The 23-year-old grand finalist from Davao City is a 5-defending champion. He also plans to give some of his winnings to their church. Then get her mom a proper medication for her heart disease.
“Sa church din po sa Holy Family… second po, sa Mama ko po na may sakit. Kasi, gusto ko pong ipagamot ang Mama ko. May sakit siya sa puso na matagal-tagal nang dinadamdam niya,” he said.
John Mark Saga
The 23-year-old 10-time defending champion from Cavite said he’ll certainly give the prize to his family and give his father a break since he has been working as a seaman for almost 30 years.
“Gusto ko na po siyang pagpahingahin. Gusto ko pong ibigay sa kanya yung comfort dahil sa sakripisyo niya sa aming magkakapatid,” said Saga.
Shaina Mae Allaga
The 15-year-old ‘pambato’ from Zamboanga del Sur said she’ll be saving for her studies and offer something for their church if she win.
“Gusto ko po siyang palakihin para mas marami pa pong brothers and sisters na makapunta… aside po sa church at sa family, sa school din po. Full support po sila sa akin,” Shaina said.
Based on the report, the 33-year-old 5-time defending champion from Samar will be giving his winnings to his family and share some for the poor children in their town.
“Bukod sa pamilya, sa pagpapaaral sa pamangkin ko, tulong sa mga kapatid ko, itutulong ko rin po ito sa mga kagaya kong nag-iisang palaboy na mga bata sa lugar naming,” said Oñate.
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