I Can See Your Voice (Philippine season 2)

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I Can See Your Voice (Philippine season 2)
Hosted byLuis Manzano
Judges
Country of originPhilippines
No. of episodes25 (as of January 25, 2020)
Release
Original networkABS-CBN
Original releaseAugust 10, 2019 (2019-08-10) –
present
Season chronology
← Previous
Season 1 (2017–19)

The current second season of I Can See Your Voice is a mystery music game show broadcast on ABS-CBN. It is the Philippine version of the similarly named South Korean television program.[1]

Rounds[edit]

The second season's format is commonly the simple format, and its objective to have the guest artist(s) eliminate bad singers on each round, in the end they choose one called the good singer to perform with.[2]

There are six individual or group of mystery singers (referred to as SEE-cret songers), standing on a platform with their own aliases to keep them secret and they didn't speak until the initial performance.

For non-winning SEE-cret songers, each round gets a consolation prize ranges at one ₱5,000 (for the first round); two ₱10,000 each (for the second round); and two ₱15,000 each (for the final round). The winning SEE-cret songer also gets ₱25,000.

Round 1: Two or False

Each SEE-cret songer is given two different identities – as a SEE-nger and as a SEE-ntunado, but only one of them is their real identity.

Round 2: The Voice is Synching

Every SEE-cret songer performs a lip-sync of a song. SEE-ngers lip-sync to their own voice, while SEE-ntunados lip-sync to other's voices.

Round 3: Let's Play it by Hear

For 15 seconds, three randomly selected panelists must hear the SEE-cret songer's singing voice using a headphone. Afterwards, he or she must defend the SEE-cret songer and convince the guest artist(s) to choose him/her as the final SEE-cret songer.

Episodes[edit]

Color key

2019[edit]

Guest artists[edit]

Episode Guest Artist SEE-cret Songers
(In Their Respective Numbers and Aliases)
# Date Elimination Order Winner
Two or False The Voice is Synching Play it by Hear
1 August 10, 2019 Momshies
(Karla Estrada[a], Jolina Magdangal[a], and Melai Cantiveros[a])
No. 3 Lovely Joy Fernandez
(Humanap ka ng Pocket)
No. 4 Arnel Talisic
(Butcher Head on my Shoulder)
No. 2 Rocky Domingo
(Palibhasa Ra-rock-e)
No. 5 Renz Francisco
(Jockey Kiray)
No. 6 Miggy Alabado
(Tren, Tren, Go Away)
No. 1 James Javier
Coaching Tiger, Hidden Dragon
2 August 17, 2019 Nadine Lustre[a][3] No. 2 Sanidad Delfimar Jr.
(Basta't Magbantay ka Lamang)
No. 5 Vincent del Rosario
(Eh KZ Bata)
No. 3 Vincent Esmores
(The Fruit, The Whole Fruit, and Nothing But the Fruit)
No. 1 Cristina Alburo
(Bakit ang Chubby mo'y Binata Ka?)
No. 4 Angelica Alves
(Ako si Mr. Suave. Joy-joy-joy! Joy-joy-joy!)
No. 6 Neri Monserate
It's All Kambing Back to me Now
3 August 24, 2019 Just a Stranger cast
(Anne Curtis[a] and Marco Gumabao)
No. 2 Johanna Marie Obias
(Second Rate, Trying Hard Co-piga!)
No. 5 Vince Val Sanchez
(Baa Band Black Sheep)
No. 1 Julius Calera
(Nurse Come, Nurse Serve)
No. 4 Everod Bancifra
(For He's a Noli Good Fellow)
No. 3 Aisa Falcis
(Tayo mag Audio-Audio)
No. 6 Melanie de Goroztiza
The Greatest Shoeman
4 August 31, 2019 Ben&Ben No. 6 Rhondel Reyes
(Tol me When it Hurts)
No. 3 Mark Joseph Llanera
(Binhi-binhing Pilipinas)
No. 2 Princess Monsanto
(Undies Eigenmann)
No. 4 Janica Marcelo
(Thank You Fairy Much)
No. 1 Fin Ramirez
(Darren Es-plant-o)
No. 5 Cristine de Silva
Baby the Night
5 September 7, 2019 Idol Philippines Finalists
(Lance Busa, Lucas Garcia, and Zephanie Dimaranan)
No. 3 Mark Anthony Bantoto
(Mesa Zaragoza)
No. 2 Luz Gulane
(Nosi Balasa)
No. 4 Joms Ramos
(Chicken Kill with a Smile, Chicken Wound with Her Eyes)
No. 6 Dereck Reyes
(Church for the Idol Philippines)
No. 5 Rovin Cerio
(Wag Dyan! Utility ako Diyan)
No. 1 Eufemia Erese
Army Martin
6 September 14, 2019 Kamp Kawayan
(Elha Nympha and Bamboo)
No. 2 Miko Jay Calera
(Waiter Minute Kapeng Mainit)
No. 1 Rickcell Almendra
(Pinoy Gig Brother)
No. 5 Roselle Culpo
(Tula Lilipas Din ang Ulan)
No. 3 Angel Malit
(Minsan Lang Kalan Iibigin)
No. 4 Roberto Nava
(Oh Tukso... Laruan mo Ako!)
No. 6 Ashley Lacambra
Record J. Puno
7 September 21, 2019 MayWard
(Maymay Entrata[a] and Edward Barber)
No. 3 Jean Kiley
(When Hotel me That You Loved Me)
No. 1 Edric Ulang
(When I Wash Your Man)
No. 4 Mary Pearl Guansing
(Meat, Myself, and I)
No. 2 Christalene Brioso
(China Magdayao)
No. 6 JC Rusit
(Kung Fu Banda)
No. 5 John Arvin Jimenez
Leyte I Had the Strangest Feeling
8 September 28, 2019 Ogie Alcasid[a]
Leila Alcasid
No. 3 Jonel Palma
(Lawn Distance Relationship)
No. 2 Noralyn Guiabel
(Nurse and Foremost)
No. 4 Janette Quilao
(Maa-rich... Taya!)
No. 6 Nelfred Espina
(Shotty Dope)
No. 5 Raymond Casipong
(Isaw, Dala-wow, Tat-low)
No. 1 Kenzel Silvano
Bakit Kape Nakita?
9 October 5, 2019 Yassi Pressman[a] No. 5 Ronnel Masamoc
(Agency Your Voice)
No. 3 Lara Dianne Lee
(Swim-pleng Tulad Mo)
No. 1 Regie Java
(Nanay Wala Nang Wakas)
No. 6 John Ray Garcia
(The Way You Make me Film)
No. 4 Alexis Leyson
(Hatid It My Way...)
No. 2 Rose Ann Villanueva
Mahal Foreign Kita
10 October 12, 2019 BuDaKhel
(Bugoy Drilon[a], Daryl Ong, and Michael Pangilinan[a])[4]
No. 1 Lerry Evasco
(Wig Will Rock You)
No. 3 Alvin Blasquiño
(How Do I Breed Without You)
No. 6 Susainne Caylan
(Man-gin ka na Naman)
No. 4 Jeffrey Barquilla
(Hari ng Sa-blind)
No. 2 Arnel Lomocso
(It's Been a Guard Days Night)
No. 5 Gyla Mae Castro
Cover da Bakod
11 October 19, 2019 The Pascuals
(Iñigo Pascual[a] and Piolo Pascual[a])
No. 3 Jay Gonzales
(You've Lost That Clubbin' Feeling)
No. 2 Mary Jane Magsino
(Soap Sick of Love Songs)
No. 4 Bemilyn Dordas
(Bride and Tested)
No. 5 Darryl Narciso
(Pay When Cable)
No. 6 Ella Labrado
(Stop, Look, and LizQuen)
No. 1 Derrick Taberna
Alagang Filipina
12 October 26, 2019 Unforgettable cast
(Sarah Geronimo[a], Ara Mina, and Kim Molina)[5]
No. 3 Princess Ligon
(Pwes Nagkaka-manika)
No. 2 Jonard Estrellado
(I Want to Bake Free)
No. 4 Kevin Mendoza
(The Prints of Egypt)
No. 6 Billeynie Roque
(Oops!... I Kiddie Again)
No. 1 Chrys Rivera
(Now Yosi me, Now You Don't)
No. 5 Kaye Malapitan
Candle with Care
13 November 2, 2019 Sheryn Regis No. 3 Jennie de Guzman
(Scary Pie Picache)
No. 1 MJ Novelo
(Lamay Bahay Aming Bati)
No. 2 Ria Lo
(Half, Half, and Away)
No. 5 Shanilyn Bella
(Zombie-pol Want it All)
No. 6 Blue Jay Hosana
(Third Eye Will Always Love You)
No. 4 Rain Jacinto
Happy Walo-ween
14 November 9, 2019 Neocolours[6] No. 1 Lucilla Pabunan
(Pahid Kailan)
No. 2 Limbo Arcenal
(Kung ano ang Bruno, Siya rin ang Bunga)
No. 3 Jenny Villarin
(Avocado-e-ga-ha)
No. 5 Cara Pelisan
(Barya Mercedes)
No. 4 Jomar Valdez
(April Good, I Knew That I Would)
No. 6 Ian Kenneth Deuna
HRM The One That You Love
15 November 16, 2019 Tito's of Manila
(Christopher de Leon, Tirso Cruz III, and Edgar Mortiz)[7]
No. 3 John Carlo Guba
(Tikas of Manila)
No. 1 Farrah Espinosa
(Sala sa Init, Sala Salamin)
No. 5 Nazarene Roa
(Privates of the Caribbean)
No. 6 Bench Ortiz
(Huwag mo Nang I-takong sa Akin)
No. 2 Francis Kean Molbog
(Boy A-banda)
No. 4 Cherrie Lazo
I Stir Believe that Somebody You and Me
16 November 23, 2019 The Heiress cast
(McCoy de Leon and Janella Salvador[a])
No. 4 Carlo Maravillas
(Antagal... Anong Pizza Na?)
No. 3 Shane Dutosme
(Radio Know Where You're Goin' To)
No. 1 EJ Magramoner
('Di na Na-puto)
No. 5 Reggie Antonino
(Janno po Ninong, Janno po Ninang)
No. 2 Justin Jayce Mendoza
(And Then Biyahero Comes Along)
No. 6 Adrian Agoring
Wood of Dance Philippines
17 November 30, 2019 Elaine Duran No. 1 Chenlealla Balane
(Copy-t Bisig)
No. 2 Jojo Dismaya
(Selfie Tayo 'pag Maritime)
No. 6 Jes Martinez
(Manga-rampa)
No. 4 Jeffrey Vidal
(Para kang Sirang Placard)
No. 5 Alexson Alipio
(I-magic All the People)
No. 3 Lawrence Pajares
Langit ka... Lumpia Ako!
18 December 7, 2019 OPM Hitmen
(Chad Borja, Rannie Raymundo, Richard Reynoso, and Renz Verano)[8]
No. 2 Carl William Ignacio
(Photo't Dinuguan)
No. 1 Leo Lavides
(Sponge-dub Squarepants)
No. 5 Robert Palma
(Kalan-karen)
No. 6 Charie Retiza
(She Bags)
No. 3 Ace Untalan
(Sleeve me Alone)
No. 4 Dianne Bautista
Singka-math at Talong
19 December 14, 2019 Doris Bigornia[9] No. 4 Lyn Sumpaico
(Health me if You Can)
No. 6 Lily Paran
(Mahjong Hilario)
No. 3 Venus Mariposque
(Once Japan a Time)
No. 2 Jamie de Joya
(Luwas Nice to Meet You)
No. 5 Crisanto Santos
(Just When I Needed You Nose)
No. 1 Antonio Sundiam
Hotel Eclipse of the Heart
20 December 21, 2019 The Voice Kids 4 Finalists
(Vanjoss Bayaban, Cyd Pangca, and Carmelle Collado)
No. 1 Mark Francis Reyes
(All the Jingle Ladies)
No. 3 Alwyn Asuncion
(Papel de Ha-phone)
No. 2 Marjorie dela Cruz
(Donut Cruz)
No. 5 Harvey Ongaco
(Employ Marquez)
No. 6 Helen Payawai
(Padyak na Pamumuhay)
No. 4 Aimee Buzeta
Foreign Legaspi
21 December 28, 2019 Ethel Booba[a] No. 3 Japan Saku Okagawa
(Open Sashimi)
No. 1 Nigeria Usseh Bryan Edako
(Sa Ilalim ng Foot-ing Ilaw)
No. 5 United Kingdom England Michael Cole
(So British Christmas)
No. 6 South Korea Flora Lee
(But If You Mask Me Too)
No. 4 Lithuania Vika Radaviciūtė
(Beach Day I Live)
No. 2 Italy Ciro Tarallo
A Piece of Kick

SING-vestigators[edit]

Episode SING-vestigators
1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th 7th
1 Wacky Kiray Alex Gonzaga Angeline Quinto Kaladkaren Bayani Agbayani Vacant
2
3 Andrew E.
4 Bayani Agbayani Alex Calleja
5 Angeline Quinto Kaladkaren
6 Kean Cipriano Bayani Agbayani
7 Kaladkaren
8 Angeline Quinto
9 Kean Cipriano
10 Kaladkaren
11 Angeline Quinto
12
13
14 Kean Cipriano
15 Jobert Austria
16 Bayani Agbayani Vacant
17 Angeline Quinto Bayani Agbayani Vacant
18 Kean Cipriano Jobert Austria Roxanne Barcelo
19 Vacant
20 Kaladkaren
21 Kean Cipriano

2020[edit]

Guest artists[edit]

Episode Guest Artist SEE-cret Songers
(In Their Respective Numbers and Aliases)
# Date Elimination Order Winner
Two or False The Voice is Synching Play it by Hear
22 January 4, 2020 SB19[10] No. 2 Rodolfo Sumajestad, Jr.
(Mahal Corn o Mahal Acorn)
No. 1 Christian Garcia
(Ba-quit Ako Mahihiya)
No. 3 Kathy Repalda
(Titinda at Lilipas din Ako)
No. 6 Wil Rasco
(The Tooth Hurts)
No. 4 Len-Len Patinog
(James Feed)
No. 5 Carlo Sheen Escaño
Shy ba ang Dahilan?
23 January 11, 2020 Arnel Pineda No. 3 Ron Magallanes
(Tayo'y Umalon, Tayo'y Sumigaw)
No. 2 Tiffany Futari
(Tanong Nangyari sa Ating Dalawa?)
No. 5 Jose Salgado
(Arnel Clean-eda)
No. 4 Kimran Rebato
(Ikaw Marine)
No. 6 Haivey Nuera
(Vocals na Lang Kita Mamahalin)
No. 1 Catherine Pad
Fiancee Knowles
24 January 18, 2020 Gonzaga Sisters
(Alex Gonzaga[a] and Toni Gonzaga[a])
No. 6 Ulysses Marcos
(Kahera pa Lang Umiibig sa 'di Tamang Panahon)
No. 1 Grace Mamalayan
(It's Gettin' Ate Here)
No. 2 Jestoni Jimenez
(Tubig or Not Tubig)
No. 5 Aris Matos
(A Long Alahas-ting Love)
No. 4 Ezra Maulit
(Maraming Salamat. Walang Animal!)
No. 3 Jay-ar Antolin
Cow... ang Pag-ibig na Hinintay
25 January 25, 2020 Task Force Agila
(Smugglaz and Bassilyo)
No. 4 Emong Rolusta
(Yoga a Friend in Me)
No. 5 Louis Cosme
(Kay Tagal Mong Nawala... Babalik Nadine)
No. 3 Marvin Dacillo
(Bangong Tagalog)
No. 1 Precious Burton
(Banal na Kaso Santong Kabayo)
No. 2 Jessa Mae Gajo
(Ledge, Ledge, Ledge mo ay Nakakasilaw)
No. 6 Zabeth Uduba
Bazaar Talo
26 February 2, 2020
Vina Morales[a]
Sunshine Cruz

SING-vestigators[edit]

Episode SING-vestigators
1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th
22 Wacky Kiray Alex Gonzaga Bayani Agbayani Andrew E. Kaladkaren Jobert Austria
23 Vacant
24 Kean Cipriano Jobert Austria
25 Alex Gonzaga Kean Cipriano
26

Notable SEE-cret songers[edit]

Ratings[edit]

List
I Can See Your Voice (Philippine season 2) ratings[b]
Episode Timeslot Rating Rank No. Src
# Title Air Date Timeslot Primetime Overall
2019
1 "Momshies" August 10, 2019 Saturday, 10:00 PM 16.7% 1 7 10 [13]
2 "Nadine Lustre" August 17, 2019 17.1% 1 5 5 [14][15]
3 "Just a Stranger" August 24, 2019 17.2% 1 5 6 [16]
4 "Ben&Ben" August 31, 2019 13.5% 1 10 15 [17]
5 "Idol Philippines" September 7, 2019 14.5% 1 8 11 [18]
6 "Kamp Kawayan" September 14, 2019 12.2% 1 9 14 [19]
7 "MayWard" September 21, 2019 14.8% 1 7 11 [20]
8 "Ogie and Leila Alcasid" September 28, 2019 13.3% 1 9 12 [21]
9 "Yassi Pressman" October 5, 2019 12.6% 1 8 12 [22]
10 "BuDaKhel" October 12, 2019 11.4% 1 10 16 [23]
11 "The Pascuals" October 19, 2019 12% 1 10 15 [24]
12 "Unforgettable" October 26, 2019 9.2% 1 10 18 [25]
13 "Sheryn Regis" November 2, 2019 12.3% 1 10 15 [26]
14 "Neocolours" November 9, 2019 11.7% 1 10 13 [27]
15 "Tito's of Manila" November 16, 2019 9.7% 1 10 16 [28]
16 "The Heiress" November 23, 2019 10.3% 1 10 15 [29]
17 "Elaine Duran" November 30, 2019 Saturday, 10:30 PM 8.8% 1 9 18 [30]
18 "OPM Hitmen" December 7, 2019 Saturday, 10:00 PM 10.3% 1 10 13 [31]
19 "Doris Bigornia" December 14, 2019 Saturday, 10:30 PM 7.1% 1 10 19 [32]
20 "The Voice Kids 4 Finalists" December 21, 2019 Saturday, 10:00 PM 10.8% 1 9 13 [33]
21 "Ethel Booba" December 28, 2019 10.5% 1 9 9 [34]
2020
22 "SB19" January 4, 2020 Saturday, 10:00 PM 10.2% 2 9 17 [35]
23 "Arnel Pineda" January 11, 2020 12.9% 1 8 10 [36]
24 "Gonzaga Sisters" January 18, 2020 10.5% 1 8 15 [37]
25 "Task Force Agila" January 25, 2020
"Vina Morales and Sunshine Cruz"

Footnotes[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r Encore Episode: The episode features the guest artist that had played in the past.
  2. ^ Television ratings for I Can See Your Voice on ABS-CBN are gathered from Kantar Media. It uses a nationwide panel size of 2,610 urban and rural homes that represent 100% of total Philippine TV viewing population. It is a multinational market research group that specializes in audience measurement in more than 80 countries.

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