A girl three-chair turner from Bacolod City is the new addition of Team Sarah.
An 11-year-old, Alyssa Therese Celo impressed the judges with her powerful voice, earning the three-chair turn on Sunday's episode of "The Voice Kids" Season 2.In her Blind Audition, Therese Celo sang Wency Cornejo's "Hanggang.""Parang anghel lang ang kumakanta. That was beautiful," Lea Salonga remarked.."Kaya hindi ako nakasalita kaagad kasi sobra akong namangha sa 'yo eh, sobra akong na-amaze. 'Yung simplicity, pero 'yung sincererity mo sa pagkanta, iisa, talagang nandodoon, ang ganda-ganda ng paglabas," Sarah Geronimo added.
In the end, Celo had chosen Coach Sarah. She said she wants Coach Sarah to help her improve in her singing talent.
Alexa Dator is a newbie in singing contest. She joins the team of Sarah Geronimo in the second season of the “The Voice Kids Philippines”. The Nine-year-old girl from Lucena City performed Taylor Swift's hit song "Blank Space".Coach Sarah Geronimo is the only judge who turned for her."Anong meron ka is very coachable. You have a beautiful tone sa boses mo, and I'm very happy you have Coach Sarah turn for you," said Bamboo Mañalac, explaining why he did not turn for her."Sorry, ewan ko ba kung nasaan ang isip ko. But it's okay, kasi umikot naman si Coach Sarah for you, ibig sabihin magkikita-kita pa rin tayo. So congratulations and good luck to you," Lea Salonga added.
Geronimo, on the other hand, noted that it was Dator's natural talent that made her turn for her.
"Narinig ko 'yung napaka-fresh eh, napaka-natural lang lumalabas 'yung boses mo, na para ka lang nagkukwento lang, mas naha-highlight 'yung ganda lang ng boses mo. 'Yun talaga 'yung hinahanap ko dito sa 'The Voice Kids' eh, so I'm happy na umikot ako," she mentioned.
Another member of Team Sarah is the consistent honor student since he was in Kinder.
A boy from Davao City, Ken Jhon Mebrano, eleven-year old sang “I Don’t Wanna Miss A Thing” in his Blind Audition in the second season of “The Voice Kids Philippines”.
Sarah Geronimo turned around as the contestant held the last high note of the song.“Ay nako Ken Jhon, na overpower mo lang yata ako kaya hindi ako umikot,” coach Lea Salonga said.
Bamboo praised the child for sustaining the note at the end of the song.
While he congratulated the kid for making it to the Pop Princess’ team, he said, “I will keep my eye on you, Ken Jhon.”