“The Voice Teens” Coaches Choose Top 12 Artists In Knockout Rounds

“The Voice Teens” Coaches Choose Top 12 Artists In Knockout Rounds

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In the Knockouts, the 36 remaining artists will compete in three-way showdowns with only one teen artist per group to win. Each team’s top three artists or the season’s top 12 will then advance to the live shows.

Only the strongest contenders will remain on coach Lea’s FamiLea that comprises of Tina, Airene, Josh, Aaron, JP, Kristian, Cydel, Alexia, and Andre. Also ready to fight for their dreams to come true are coach Sarah Geronimo’s artists Jhon Van, Jaylloyd, Hobe, Pia, Ceejay, Andre, Eunice, Kendra, and Dave.

Team Apl artists are also stepping up their game as Calvin, CZ, Isang, Jessie, Noielle, Hana, Yang-yang, Matt, and Tyson fight it out on stage. Coach Bamboo’s artists Heart, Jayne, Kate, Gab, Aly, Dani, Rock, Vincent, and Zam are also pulling out all the stops as they compete to remain in Kamp Kawayan.

Adding thrill to the Knockouts are the artists “stolen” by the coaches from each other in the recently concluded Battles. Apl, Bamboo, and Lea respectively took Hana, Kate, and Andrea from Sarah, who stole Pia from Lea’s team.

Will one of the “stolen” artists move on to the next round? Which artists will represent their teams in the live shows?

“The Voice Teens” airs live on Saturdays at 7:30 PM and on Sundays at 7:15 PM on Kapamilya Channel (SKYcable channel 8 on SD and channel 167 on HD, Cablelink channel 8, G Sat channel 22, and most cable operators under the Philippine Cable and Telecommunications Association PCTA nationwide). It is also streamed live via Kapamilya Channel and its episodes are available on-demand on the iWant app and on iwant.ph.

To watch “The Voice Teens DigiTV” and get show updates, like its Official Facebook Page, follow @TheVoiceABSCBN on Twitter, and subscribe to the The Voice Teens Philippines channel on YouTube.

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