A talented and pretty girl from Cebu City is the new addition in Team Lea in the second season of "The Voice Kids Philippines."Filipina-British  Stephanie Jordan was born in New Zealand by her Filipina mother. After a month they went home to the Philippines  while her father works abroad.Aside from singing, Stephanie also dances Zumba with her Mom. She is the youngest among the three daughters of their protective mother.

Watch Stephanie Jordan and Altair Aguelo on The Voice Kids PH Season 2 Blind Audition
She got Lea Salonga ‘s chair turned  with her rendition of "Skyscraper" . Coach Lea is also her personal choice when asked whose Coach she will choose if given a chance.
“I want my dad to stop working”, an emotional Stephanie answered when asked why she joined “The Voice Kids Philippines. “It’s my dream and I am very excited!”, she added.

Coach Lea remarked that her rendition is pretty clean. “I am so happy that I turned for you!” Coach Lea added. “Sayang hindi ako umikot”, Coach Sarah mentioned
Meanwhile, Coach  Bamboo Manalac commented that Stephanie still need a bit seasoning in her singing.
A balladeer from  San Diego California is another  three-chair turner in the second season of "The Voice Kids Philippines."Eleven-year-old Altair Alguelo impressed the judges with her rendition of "Stay With ME”.Altair with his parents moved to San Diego in the year 2011, both of his parents are working in San Diego. He came home to the Philippines to try his luck in the Blind Audition of ‘The Voice’.
"I want prove to them that I can sing.” Altair mentioned before his performance.
Coach Bamboo is the first to turn for Altair. “You have something very natural, your voice is very soulful.”, Coach Bamboo commented. Altair also sings Tagalog songs. He sang “Pagbigyang Muli”, when asked by him if he knows any tagalog song.

“I like your style”, according to Lea Salonga. She said that Altair has a unique style of singing.
“Narining ko na ung potential sayo”, Coach Sarah added.
Altair is another addition in Camp Kawayan under Coach Bamboo.

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