More and more people are watching the Voice Kids every Saturday and Sunday. Because of this, the popularity of the said reality singing contest show has increased leaving everyone speechless, emotional and laughing with the kids’ performances. This is the 5th episode of the said reality singing contest and it was aired on Saturday, June 7, 2014. There are several kids who entered the list of each coach’s team.

It was a tough day for the kids as they tried their best to enter the teams. Some made it and some didn’t. And speaking of those who did not make it to the group, Lucky Davon Beronio and Mega Frandio Oane did not make it. Well, there are so many opportunities set for them in the near future.

The Voice Kids Episode 5 June 7, 2014

Here they are:

Roan Isaac Zamudio – Roan entered Sarah’s team and before that, he first got the three chairs turned. Roan is 10 years old from Sta. Ana, Manila and performed “Habang May Buhay.

Mitz Tanguilan – Mitz is from Montalban, Rizal and is 12 years old. She performed “Heaven” that mesmerized the three coaches. Mitz now belongs to Sarah’s team.

Musika Caubang – Musika came from Nueva Ecija and is 12 years old. She sang “Secrets” that made coaches Sarah turn her chair.

Angelique Trinidad – this talented kid from Calamba, Laguna is 12 years old. She sang “Maghintay Ka Lamang” that convinced coaches Lea and Sarah. Angelique chose to go with team Lea.

Edera Lopez – Edera is from Roxas City, Capiz and is 12 years old. She sang “Clarity” and Bamboo grabbed the chance of having her in his team.

Juan Karlos Labajo – Juan Karlos is from Cebu City and got the chairs of Bamboo and Sarah turned. He is 13 years old who made the coaches laugh out loud during the interview, he sang “Grow Old With You” . In the end, he chose to go with team Kawayan.

Keep watching the Voice Kids at ABS-CBN every Saturday and Sunday evening and be amazed of different talents of kids from across the country. Truly, this country has so many talented kids and this reality singing contest is the evidence.

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