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Marlo Mortel sad over loss in TNT Grand Resbak.

MARLO MORTEL – The Kapamilya artist Marlo Mortel expressed sadness over heart-breaking loss in “Tawag Ng Tanghalan All-Star Grand Resbak”.

The “Tawag Ng Tanghalan” in “Its Showtime” is now on it’s new season which is called “TNT All-Star Grand Resbak” where 60 contestants from previous seasons were gathered together and divided in to three groups namely Alab, Bagsik, and Sinag. And Marlo Mortel is one of the returnees who is a part of Team Alab and the very first to go on with the competition.

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In a previous article, he sang “Larawang Kupas” where he obtained a score of 90% and on the second round, he got 88.4% after singing “Dancing On My Own”. And when the average score finally came up, he got the lowest among the three and got eliminated instantly.

It was heart-breaking indeed and it was so obvious on his face when the winners were announced and his name was not called. And in an Instagram post, he became honest and expressed his sentiments over failure following disappointing results from competitions he got before in “Are You The Next Big Star”, “Starstruck”, “X Factor”, and “We Love OPM”.

He wrote these which touched many hearts:

“Yesterday, I was given the chance to Resbak where I felt like I finally gave strong performances but I got the lowest combined scores. I thought I was numb ‘cause I’m used to losing. But why are people, contestants, celebrities, staff, etc. continuously coming up to me telling me that I deserved to win? I was also trending for people are protesting about this loss. I’m confused, so am I really worth a win?”

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Not gonna lie, my heart breaks. After pouring my heart & soul, results showed I got an average of 88.4 for this song, having me eliminated on the first day of Resbak. I’ve always asked myself, “What’s wrong with me?” for I can’t even bag a small win after a decent performance. Age 16, I joined “Are you the next big star” on GMA and I qualified as one of the 115 contenders. After my performance, Judge said “I believe that you could be the next big star” but I didn’t make it to the next round. It was painful, but It’s my first competition. So maybe I just need more experience? I was then told to join Starstruck where I reached the Top 30 but got cut. Same with X Factor, where I sacrificed a lot to join, but got eliminated at the Bootcamp round. I just never make it to the Live shows. But I told myself keep growing, maybe I’m just not good enough yet? As a celebrity, I was invited to join We Love OPM where our group “Power Chords” coached by @nyoyvolante always lose, we even got a 75 at the Finals after all the hard work. But maybe we just don’t blend well together? Recently, I was invited to join the TNT Celebrity Edition. I felt I was ready, even though I was sick, I got great feedback for my performance of “Invisible” but got beaten by Ethel Booba’s rendition of “Help”. Just my luck I guess? I finally gave a good one but got lined up with a Singing Champion. Thankful though! Yesterday, I was given the chance to Resbak where I felt like I finally gave strong performances but I got the lowest combined scores. I thought I was numb ‘cause I’m used to losing. But why are people, contestants, celebrities, staff, etc. continuously coming up to me telling me that I deserved to win? I was also trending for people are protesting about this loss. I’m confused, so am I really worth a win? I know it’s not about winning, but sometimes a loser just needs a small deserved win to get up & keep going. I guess the big WIN is there are more people who believes in us everytime we don’t anymore. Kaya salamat sa mga taong naniniwala at nagmamahal. There’s always a reason to move forward ❤️

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