The Voice of the Philippines (season 2)

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The Voice of the Philippines
Season 2
Broadcast fromOctober 26, 2014 – March 1, 2015
Coaches
Host(s)
Co-host(s)
Broadcaster
Finals venueNewport Performing Arts Theater, Resorts World Manila, Newport City, Pasay City
Winner
Jason Dy
OriginButuan City
Song"Minsan Lang Kitang Iibigin"
Genre(s)R&B, Pop, OPM
Runner-up
Alisah Bonaobra
Chronology

The second season of The Voice of the Philippines was a reality singing competition in ABS-CBN which started airing on October 26, 2014.[1][2] apl.de.ap, Lea Salonga, Sarah Geronimo, and Bamboo Mañalac returned as coaches for this season.[3][4] Toni Gonzaga also returned to host the show;[5] she was also joined by The Voice Kids host, Luis Manzano.[6] Robi Domingo and Alex Gonzaga also returned to reprise their roles as the show's V-reporters.[6][7]

The show aired every Saturdays 8:45 p.m. (PST) and Sundays at 8:30 p.m. (PST).[8]

On March 1, 2015, Jason Dy of Team Sarah won the competition,[9][10] beating Alisah Bonaobra of Team apl.[11]

Development[edit]

Coaches and hosts[edit]

The coaches of the second season of The Voice of the Philippines
apl.de.ap
Lea Salonga
Sarah Geronimo
Bamboo Mañalac

Sarah Geronimo confirmed that she had a hard time working as a coach during the first season, but she confirmed that she was still willing to work as a coach for the second season.[3][12][13] On December 16, 2013, it was announced that Geronimo signed an exclusive contract with ABS-CBN for two years. Part of her contract was her stint as a coach for the second season.[14] Lea Salonga also expressed that she wanted to return as a coach for the second season. However, depended on her schedule. "I want to do it again. I would be defending. I kind of would love to stay but then there are external forces that are no longer in my control. There's my schedule, there's a call of Broadway and there's a call of other things. It was magical the first season because all of the stars aligned perfectly," said Salonga.[15] On January 15, 2014 interview by Push, Salonga confirmed her return as coach in the show. "The Voice is coming back. I mean first it's okay to announce it, I have not been given the go ahead yet to say anything yet but I am certainly coming back so my chair is going to turning again for people so I am excited," she said. Salonga also confirmed that there were rumors that apl.de.ap will not return to the show. She commented, "As for Season 2, I have no idea what the plans are for Apl if he is going to return, I hope he does because over the first season the four of us have developed a really nice rapport and banter and chemistry and it would be nice to pick up where we left off rather than start over but those things are not up to me. So I am only hoping that he returns for Season 2 if he doesn't we hope we find somebody who will be able to fit the chair and be able to keep up with us because the three of us are on, it is so on, it is just the trash talking begins."[4] It was noted that near the end of the first season, apl.de.ap along with Bamboo Mañalac had expressed their intentions to return for the second season.[16] On March 20, 2014, the Sun Star Manila confirmed the return of all coaches for the second season.[17] On June 12, 2014 interview by MJ Filipe of ABS-CBN News, apl confirmed his return for the second season.[18]

Toni Gonzaga also returned as the host.[5] On April 15, 2014, Domingo confirmed his return for the second season.[7] By September of the same year, Alex Gonzaga was confirmed to return while Luis Manzano was added as T. Gonzaga's co-host.[19]

Prizes[edit]

The winner of the second season of the franchise won a trophy designed by Leeroy New, a house and lot worth 2 million pesos from Camella Homes, a business package from Brother Philippines worth 1 million pesos, a shopping spree and an Asian tour package for two from Jag worth 350 thousand pesos, a brand new Ford Fiesta, a musical instrument package worth 100 thousand pesos, an MCA Universal recording contract, and 2 million pesos from Systema Toothpaste.[10][20][21]

Broadcast[edit]

An air date of November 15, 2014 was first reported by Salonga;[22] however, it was pushed to October 26, 2014, three weeks earlier than the initial air date.[2] Its first two episodes aired only on Sundays. Starting on November 8, the show aired every Saturdays and Sundays — completely occupying the weekend time slots of I Do.[23]

Auditions[edit]

Cities in the Philippines where the auditions for the second season of The Voice of the Philippines were held.

The show was renewed for a second season after it garnered immense popularity and high television ratings.[1][24][25] ABS-CBN later announced that auditions for January 2014 for the Luzon, Metro Manila, Visayas, and Mindanao regions together with the auditions for the first season of The Voice Kids.[26] Online auditions were slated for summer 2014,[27] but were pushed to June 2014.

On-ground auditions of The Voice of the Philippines
Date Location Venue Source
January 12, 2014 Dumaguete, Negros Oriental Robinsons Place Dumaguete [26][28][29]
Roxas, Capiz Capiz Gym Villareal Stadium
January 19, 2014 Cagayan de Oro SM City Cagayan de Oro [26][30]
General Santos KCC Mall of General Santos
January 26, 2014 Pasay Resorts World Manila [26][31][32]
Manila Lucky Chinatown Mall
February 2, 2014 Lucena, Quezon Pacific Mall [26][31]
Dagupan CSI Stadia
June 8, 2014 Taguig Market! Market! Activity Center [33]
June 11, 2014 Davao City Apo View Hotel [34]
June 28, 2014 Cordova, Cebu Alta Cebu Resort and Convention Center [35]
June 29, 2014 Mandaue, Cebu Pacific Mall [35]
July 3 & 4, 2014 Bacolod, Negros Occidental Robinsons Place Bacolod [36]
July 5 & 6, 2014 Puerto Princesa, Palawan Robinsons Place Palawan [36]
July 6, 2014 Legazpi, Albay Pacific Mall [36]
August 16, 2014 Tagbilaran, Bohol Island City Mall [37]
August 17, 2014 Quezon City ABS-CBN Broadcasting Center [37]

Teams[edit]

Color key
Coaches Top 56 artists[22][38][39][40][41]
apl.de.ap
Alisah Bonaobra Daryl Ong Mackie Cao Suy Galvez
Bradley Holmes Ferns Tosco Jannet Cadayona Mark Cando
Patricia Gomez Abbey Pineda Krystina Ng Samantha Felizco
Arnee Hidalgo Mecerdita Quiachon Mark Angelo Avila Jason Fernandez
Lea Salonga
Leah Patricio Timmy Pavino Nino Alejandro Miro Valera
Casper Blancaflor Abbey Pineda Jem Cubil Mic Llave
Charlie Catbagan Julienne Cañeda Christelle Tiquis Emil Sinagpulo
Thara Jordana Karl Tanhueco Humfrey Nicasio Philippe Go
Sarah Geronimo
Jason Dy Monique Lualhati Kokoi Baldo Jason Fernandez
Douglas Dagal Poppert Bernadas Shaira Cervancia Carol Leus
Demie Fresco Jireh Singson Rizza Cabrera Vanessa Monot
Rosalyn Navarro Elmerjun Hilario Shaira Opsimar Daniel Ombao
Bamboo Mañalac
Rence Rapanot Rita Martinez Tanya Diaz Kai Honasan
Arnee Hidalgo Karlo Mojica Joniver Robles Lougee Basabas
Elmerjun Hilario Sean Oquendo Dang Del Rosario Patricia Gomez
Shaira Cervancia Casper Blancaflor Ramonne Rodriquez Suy Galvez
Note: Italicized names are stolen artists (names struck through within former teams).

Blind auditions[edit]

Lea Salonga wrote in the Philippine Daily Inquirer that blind auditions were t be filmed by June,[42] but they were moved to September 7 to 10 of the same year.[6][43][44] At the end of the blind auditions, each team had 14 artists.

A week prior to the start of the first episode, several teasers were aired.[45] Two were blind auditions teasers wherein two female contestants sang their respective audition piece.[46]

The blind auditions first aired on October 26, 2014.[2] and ended on November 30, 2014 after 10 episodes.

Color key
   Coach hit his/her "I WANT YOU" button
     Artist defaulted to this coach's team
     Artist elected to join this coach's team
     Artist eliminated with no coach pressing his or her "I WANT YOU" button

Episode 1 (October 26)[edit]

The first episode had an opening performance of the coaches. Sarah Geronimo and Lea Salonga sang "Run the World" by Beyoncé, and were followed by Bamboo Mañalac and apl.de.ap who sang "Ten Feet Tall" by Afrojack. All then performed a mash-up of the two songs.[47]

Order Artist Age Hometown Song Coach's and contestant's choices
apl Lea Sarah Bamboo
1 Timmy Pavino[48] 24[48] Seattle, Washington, United States[48] "You Are My Song"[48]
2 Tanya Diaz[49] 27[49] Mandaluyong City[49] "What About Love"[49]
3 Bryan Babor 20 Dumaguete, Negros Oriental "The Scientist"
4 Jannet Cadayona[50] 40[50] Marabut, Samar[50] "Tukso"[50]
5 Kokoi Baldo[51] 35[51] Bacolod, Negros Occidental[51] "One Day"[51]

Episode 2 (November 2)[edit]

Order Artist Age Hometown Song Coach's and contestant's choices
apl Lea Sarah Bamboo
1 Mark Cando[52] 24[52] Quezon City[52] "Get Here"[52]
2 Kai Honasan[53] 25[54] Marikina City[53] "Teenage Dream"[55]
3 Daniel Ombao[56] 17[56] Mariveles, Bataan "Tadhana"[56]
4 Karlo Mojica[57] 35[57] Makati City[57] "Bulag, Pipi at Bingi"[57]
5 Katherine dela Cruz[58] 22[58] Bay Area, California, United States[58] "All of Me"[58]
6 Bradley Holmes[59] 31[59] Quezon City[59] "Long Train Runnin'"[59]

Episode 3 (November 8)[edit]

Order Artist Age Hometown Song Coach's and contestant's choices
apl Lea Sarah Bamboo
1 Dorica Carla Puno[60] 30[60] Taguig City "American Boy"[60]
2 Juan Rocho Puno[60] 28[60] Las Piñas City "Every Breath You Take"[60]
3 Demie Fresco[61] 16[61] Tacurong, Sultan Kudarat[61] "Ikaw"[61]
4 Vanessa Monot[62] 25 Paris, France[62] "Pangarap Lang"[62]
5 Rence Rapanot[63] 21[63] Cavinti, Laguna "Mateo Singko"[63]
6 Jem Cubil[64] 20 Cebu City[64] "Use Somebody"[64]
7 Karla Estrada[65] 39 Quezon City "What's Up"[65]

Episode 4 (November 9)[edit]

Order Artist Age Hometown Song Coach's and contestant's choices
apl Lea Sarah Bamboo
1 Rhoda del Rosario[66] 30[66] Bulacan "Araw Gabi"[66]
2 Leah Patricio[67] 35 Tondo, Manila "I Will Always Love You"[67]
3 Miro Valera[68] 35 Quezon City "Ticket to Ride"[68]
4 María Krista Aguilar[69] 26 Sampaloc, Manila "Diamonds"[69]
5 Monique Lualhati[70] 23 Quezon City "When I Was Your Man"[70]
6 Jerrica Santos 26 Canada "Crazy"
7 Jason Luis N/A N/A "Sunday Morning"
8 Iñigo N/A N/A "Titanium"
9 Fidel Cascabel N/A Cebu City "Buko"
10 Jason Dy[71] 24[71] Butuan City[71] "Stay With Me"[71]

Episode 5 (November 15)[edit]

Order Artist Age Hometown Song Coach's and contestant's choices
apl Lea Sarah Bamboo
1 Ramonne Rodriquez[72] 20 Laguna "Wala Na Bang Pag-ibig"
2 Samantha Felizco[73] 19[73] Marikina City[73] "Hurt"[73]
3 Shaira Cervancia[74] 19 Puerto Princesa, Palawan[74] "Sabihin Mo Na"[74]
4 Philippe Go[75] 25[75] Quezon City "Hanggang"[75]
5 Musica Cristobal[76] 27[76] Cavite[76] "Unbreak My Heart"[76]
6 Carol Leus[72] 24 Batangas "Tattooed Heart"
7 Nino Alejandro[72] 37 BF Homes, Parañaque City "Highway to Hell"[77]

Episode 6 (November 16)[edit]

Order Artist Age Hometown Song Coach's and contestant's choices
apl Lea Sarah Bamboo
1 Jenelyn Garcia 18 Cavite "Kiliti"
2 Douglas Dagal[78] 34[78] Quezon City "Superstition"[78]
3 Lougee Basabas[79] 30 Las Piñas City "Strong Enough"[79]
4 Mecerdita Quiachon[80] 19 Bohol[80] "Listen"[80]
5 Liezel Quiachon[80] 18 Bohol[80] "I Don't Want to Miss a Thing"[80]
6 Charlie Catbagan[81] 26 Guam, USA[81] "One Last Cry"[81]
7 Christian Montañez 22 New York City, United States "Rude"
8 Alisah Bonaobra[82][83] 19[82] Paco, Manila[84] "Domino"[85]

Episode 7 (November 22)[edit]

Order Artist Age Hometown Song Coach's and contestant's choices
apl Lea Sarah Bamboo
1 Elmerjun Hilario[86] 25[86] Bago City, Negros Occidental "The Sign"[86]
2 Christelle Tiquis[87] 20[87] San Pablo City, Laguna[87] "Make You Feel My Love"[87]
3 Ferns Tosco[88] 28 Boracay, Aklan[88] "Ang Buhay Ko"[88]
4 Sean Oquendo[89] 25 General Santos City[89] "Ako Na Lang"[89]
5 Patricia Gomez[90] 21[90] Muntinlupa City "Hit the Road Jack"[90]
6 Genesis Ryan 21 Parañaque City "Love on Top"
7 Joniver Robles[91] 36[91] General Trias, Cavite "I Don't Need No Doctor"[91]

Episode 8 (November 23)[edit]

Order Artist Age Hometown Song Coach's and contestant's choices
apl Lea Sarah Bamboo
1 Shaira Opsimar[92] 18[92] Davao City[92] "Mamma Knows Best"[92]
2 Mark Angelo Avila[93] 19[93] Naga, Camarines Sur "Ordinary People"[93]
3 Gemma Vergara 23 Pilar, Bohol "Isang Lahi"
4 Jason Fernandez[94] 25[94] Sta. Rosa, Laguna "Ang Huling El Bimbo"[94]
5 Thara Jordana[95] 23[95] Cebu City[95] "We Can't Stop"[95]
6 Humfrey Nicasio[96] 24[96] Tagbilaran, Bohol[96] "Happy"[96]
7 Krystina Ng[97] 16[97] General Santos City[97] "The House of the Rising Sun"[97]
8 Poppert Bernadas[98] 27[98] Davao City "Luha"[98]

Episode 9 (November 29)[edit]

Order Artist Age Hometown Song Coach's and contestant's choices
apl Lea Sarah Bamboo
1 Jireh Singson[99] 21[99] Makati City "Makita Kang Muli"[99]
2 Abbey Pineda[100] 34 Parañaque City "I Just Can't Stop Loving You"[100]
3 Rita Martinez 30 Marikina City "Sweet Child o' Mine"
4 Karl Tanhueco 25 Angeles, Pampanga "All of Me"
5 Nena & Kynah 19 & 19 Bacolod, Negros Occidental "Sino ang Baliw"
6 Rosalyn Navarro[101] 19[101] Naga, Camarines Sur[101] "Get Here"[101]
7 Renz N/A N/A "Ordinary People"
8 Luise 16 N/A "Muli"
9 Brao N/A N/A "Unbreak My Heart"
10 Daryl Ong[102] 27[102] Quezon City "Paano"[102]
11 Rizza Cabrera[103] 22[103] Cebu City[103] "Clarity"[103]

Episode 10 (November 30)[edit]

Order Artist Age Hometown Song Coach's and contestant's choices
apl Lea Sarah Bamboo
1 Suy[104] 33[104] Davao City "What a Wonderful World"[104] Team full
2 Mackie Cao[105] 23[105] Los Baños, Laguna[105] "Listen"[105]
3 Isaiah Antonio 24 Quezon City "A Thousand Miles"
4 Dovie Belardo 34 TBA "What's Up?"
5 Faith Cuneta 32 Pasay City "Ikaw"
6 Arnee Hidalgo[106] 32 Parañaque City[106] "Feeling Good"[106]
7 Mic Llave 27 Quezon City "Panalangin" Team full
8 Julienne Cañeda[107] 21[107] Bacolod, Negros Occidental[107] "Hurt"[107]
9 Casper Blancaflor 25 Quezon City "Kisapmata"
10 Emil Sinagpulo[108] 25[108] Dasmariñas, Cavite[108] "Who You Are"[108] Team full

The Battles[edit]

The power to steal an artist from the other teams was implemented during this season.[109][110] At the end of the Battles, each coach had nine artists who advanced to the Knockouts, two of whom were stolen artists from the other teams.[22]

The Battles opened with Lea Salonga and Bamboo Mañalac singing Stevie Wonder's "Someday at Christmas", followed by Sarah Geronimo and apl.de.ap singing Mariah Carey's "All I Want for Christmas Is You." The coaches sang ABS-CBN's Christmas Station ID's "Ang Babait Ninyo" together, originally sung by The Voice Kids top four finalists.

The first episode of the Battles aired on December 6, 2014, and the sixth and last episode aired on December 21, 2014.

Color key
   Artist won the Battle and advanced to the Knockouts
   Artist lost the Battle but was stolen by another coach and advanced to the Knockouts
   Coach decided to steal an artist from another team
   Artist was defaulted to join this coach's team
   Artist elected to join this coach's team
   Artist lost the Battle and was eliminated
Episode Coach Order Winner Song Loser 'Steal' result
apl Lea Sarah Bamboo
Episode 11
(December 6, 2014)
Lea Salonga 1 Timmy Pavino "Forevermore"[111] Philippe Go N/A
Bamboo Mañalac 2 Rita Martinez "Tainted Love"[112] Suy N/A
Sarah Geronimo 3 Jason Dy "On Bended Knee"[113] Daniel Ombao N/A
apl.de.ap 4 Bradley Holmes "I Would Do Anything for Love"[114] Jason Fernandez N/A
Episode 12
(December 7, 2014)
Sarah Geronimo 1 Monique Lualhati "Lady Marmalade"[115] Shaira Opsimar N/A
apl.de.ap 2 Mark Cando "This I Promise You"[115] Mark Angelo Avila N/A
Bamboo Mañalac 3 Lougee Basabas "To Love Somebody"[115] Ramonne Rodriquez N/A
Lea Salonga 4 Leah Patricio "Forever"[115] Humfrey Nicasio N/A
Sarah Geronimo 5 Kokoi Baldo "To Be With You"[116] Elmerjun Hilario N/A
Episode 13
(December 13, 2014)
Lea Salonga 1 Nino Alejandro "We Built This City"[117] Karl Tanhuenco N/A
apl.de.ap 2 Mackie Cao "Through The Fire"[118] Mecerdita Quiachon N/A
Sarah Geronimo 3 Demie Fresco "Tell Him"[119] Rosalyn Navarro N/A
Bamboo Mañalac 4 Rence Rapanot "Creep"[120] Casper Blancaflor N/A
Episode 14
(December 14, 2014)
apl.de.ap 1 Janet Cadayona "Kung Ako'y Iiwan Mo"[121] Arnee N/A
Sarah Geronimo 2 Douglas Dagal "As"[122] Vanessa Monot N/A Team full
Lea Salonga 3 Jem Cubil "No Air"[123] Thara Jordana N/A
4 Mic Llave "More Than Words"[124] Emil Sinagpulo
Bamboo Mañalac 5 Tanya Diaz "Banal na Aso, Santong Kabayo"[125] Shaira Cervancia
Episode 15
(December 20, 2014)
Lea Salonga 1 Miro Valera "Magkasuyo Buong Gabi"[126] Christelle Tiquis N/A Team full Team full
Sarah Geronimo 2 Carol Leus "I Don't Want to Wait"[127] Rizza Cabrera
apl.de.ap 3 Daryl Ong "I Finally Found Someone"[128] Samantha Felizco N/A
Bamboo Mañalac 4 Kai Honasan "Somewhere Over the Rainbow"[129] Patricia Gomez
5 Joniver Robles "Lean On Me"[130] Dang Del Rosario Team full
Episode 16
(December 21, 2014)
Sarah Geronimo 1 Poppert Bernadas "I'll Never Go"[131] Jireh Singson Team full Team full Team full
Bamboo Mañalac 2 Karlo Mojica "Rude"[132] Sean Oquendo
apl.de.ap 3 Ferns Tosco "The Winner Takes It All"[133] Krystina Ng
Lea Salonga 4 Charlie Catbagan "Against All Odds"[134] Julienne Caneda N/A
apl.de.ap 5 Alisah Bonaobra "Unconditionally"[135] Abbey Pineda
Episode 17 & 18
(December 27 & 28, 2014)
The seventeenth and eighteenth episode was a special episode. It featured some of the best moments from the blind auditions, battles, and other unseen content.[136]

The Knockouts[edit]

The Knockouts were a new round. Each artist had to sing and convince his/her coach in order to pick him/her up for the final line-up for the Live shows. Each team was divided into three groups of three artists, and each artist decided which song to sing. In each group, two advanced to the Live shows with the remaining one eliminated from competition.[137]

At the end of this round, from the nine artists per team, only six artists advanced to the Live shows.[22]

Color key
     Artist won the Knockouts and advanced to the Live shows
     Artist lost the Knockouts and was eliminated
Episode Coach Order Song Artists Song
Winners[138] Loser[138]
Episode 19 & 20
(January 3 & 4, 2015)
The nineteenth and twentieth episode was a special episode. It featured the preparations of the top 36 artists for the Knockout Rounds.
Episode 21
(January 10, 2015)
apl.de.ap 1 "Let It Be" Ferns Tosco Patricia Gomez "Oo"
"At Last" Suy
2 "The Greatest Love of All" Daryl Ong Mark Cando "Impossible Dream"
"Kamusta Mga Kaibigan" Bradley Holmes
3 "Salamat" Mackie Cao Jannet Cadayona "Pusong Bato"
"Follow Your Dreams" Alisah Bonaobra
Episode 22
(January 11, 2015)
Lea Salonga 1 "Narito" Timmy Pavino Charlie Catbagan "Kahit Isang Saglit"
"Bukas Na Lang Kita Mamahalin" Leah Patricio
2 "Bring Me To Life" Casper Blancaflor Mic Llave "Anak"
"Love Hurts" Nino Alejandro
3 "'Di na Natuto" Abbey Pineda Jem Cubil "Drive"
"Wannabe" Miro Valera
Episode 23
(January 17, 2015)
Sarah Geronimo 1 "I Knew You Were Trouble" Monique Lualhati Demie Fresco "My Immortal"
"Natutulog Ba Ang Diyos" Poppert Bernadas
2 "Jar of Hearts" Jason Dy Carol Leus "Open Arms"
"I Believe I Can Fly" Douglas Dagal
3 "Push" Jason Fernandez Shaira Cervancia "Don't Stop Believin'"
"Bilog Na Naman ang Buwan" Kokoi Baldo
Episode 24
(January 18, 2015)
Bamboo Mañalac 1 "Usok" Karlo Mojica Rita Martinez1 "Hit Me with Your Best Shot"
"Himig Natin" Joniver Robles1
2 "Walang Hanggang Paalam" Rence Rapanot Elmerjun Hilario "Dati"
"Limang Dipang Tao" Kai Honasan
3 "Fallin'" Arnee Lougee Basabas "Chain of Fools"
"I Remember You" Tanya Diaz
Note
  1. ^ a b Joniver Robles was able to advance to the Live shows after being picked by Bamboo during the Knockouts; Rita Martinez was eliminated. However, after the episode, Bamboo announced that Robles had to leave the competition due to personal reasons. From the guidelines placed by Talpa, if an artist withdrew from the competition, the person he had last battled replaced him; in this case, the last artist Robles battled was Martinez, who was reinstated and went to the Live shows.[139][140]

Live shows[edit]

Live show details[edit]

The Live Shows aired on January 24, 2015 at the Newport Performing Arts Theater,[22] a theater with a capacity of 1,500 at Resorts World Manila in Newport City, Pasay City, Metro Manila. It was the second time that this stage of the competition was held there. Differentiating from the first season, the live shows were aired Saturdays and Sundays; the former was for the performance night, the latter for the results night.[141]

The voting system was similar to the semifinals of the previous season wherein the public voted for the artist they wanted to save per team. Voting commenced after all the artists had performed and closed the following night. The accumulated public votes from the public determined the first artist to advance from each team, and their respective coaches chose the second.[141]

For the third and fourth Live show weeks, a new voting format was formed. Each night was a performance and results night. Two teams had to perform per night. After each team had performed, the voting lines were opened and closed immediately after the commercial break. Before the night ended, one artist per team was eliminated. By the fifth week, the use of points was reinstated; half of which were from the public and half from the artist's coach.[142] Coaches were barred from giving equal points to their respective artists.[143]

The finale was on March 1, 2015.[22]

Color key
      Artist was saved by the public's vote
      Artist was part of the bottom two in his/her team and saved by his/her coach
      Artist was saved after receiving the highest accumulated coach's and public's points
      Artist was eliminated

Week 1 (January 24 & 25)[edit]

Episode Coach Order Artist Song Result
Episode 25
(January 24, 2015)
Sarah Geronimo 1 Poppert Bernadas "I Feel Good" Eliminated
apl.de.ap 2 Ferns Tosco "It's a Heartache" Eliminated
Bamboo Mañalac 3 Rita Martinez "Smells Like Teen Spirit" Bamboo's choice
Lea Salonga 4 Nino Alejandro "Nakapagtataka" Lea's choice
Sarah Geronimo 5 Monique Lualhati "Maging Sino Ka Man" Public's choice[a 1]
Lea Salonga 6 Leah Patricio "Queen of the Night" Public's choice[a 1]
Bamboo Mañalac 7 Kai Honasan "Blank Space" Public's choice[a 1]
apl.de.ap 8 Daryl Ong "Let's Stay Together" Public's choice[a 1]
Lea Salonga 9 Abbey Pineda "Sana'y Maghintay Ang Walang Hanggan" Eliminated
apl.de.ap 10 Suy "I Won't Give Up" apl's choice
Sarah Geronimo 11 Jason Fernandez "Hanggang" Sarah's choice
Bamboo Mañalac 12 Karlo Mojica "Footloose" Eliminated
Non-competition Performances[144]
Order Performers Song
25.1 The Voice Coaches and The Voice Top 24 Artists "Play That Funky Music"/"Uptown Funk"
26.1 Darren Espanto "Iisang Bangka"
26.2 Darren Espanto, Arnel Pineda, and Week 1 Performers "Salamat"[145]
26.3 Team Lea & Team apl's Week 2 Performers "Lost Stars"/"She Will Be Loved"/"This Love"
26.4 Team Sarah & Team Bamboo's Week 2 Performers "Beep Beep"/"Laklak"

Notes:

  1. ^ a b c d Leah Patricio was automatically saved from the nomination after she received 46.37% of the public's vote, the highest in Team Lea; in Team apl, Daryl Ong received 50.43%; in Team Sarah, Monique Lualhati received 40.40%; and in Team Bamboo, Kai Honasan received 44.71%.

Week 2 (January 31 & February 1)[edit]

After the announcement of the results of the public votes, apl.de.ap along with Abra, Loonie, Jessica Reynoso of season 1, and some artists made a tribute to the 44 members of the Philippine National Police–Special Action Force who died in a clash with members of the Moro Islamic Liberation Front and Bangsamoro Islamic Freedom Fighters.

Episode Coach Order Artist Song Result
Episode 27
(January 31, 2015)
apl.de.ap 1 Mackie Cao "Making Love Out of Nothing at All" Public's choice[b 1]
Lea Salonga 2 Miro Valera "Wake Me Up" Public's choice[b 1]
Sarah Geronimo 3 Jason Dy "Thinking Out Loud" Sarah's choice
Bamboo Mañalac 4 Rence Rapanot "Malayo Pa Ang Umaga" Bamboo's choice
Sarah Geronimo 5 Douglas Dagal "Home" Eliminated
Lea Salonga 6 Casper Blancaflor "Chandelier" Eliminated
apl.de.ap 7 Bradley Holmes "You Give Love a Bad Name" Eliminated
Bamboo Mañalac 8 Arnee "Crazy in Love" Eliminated
Sarah Geronimo 9 Kokoi Baldo "Love And Devotion" Public's choice[b 1]
Lea Salonga 10 Timmy Pavino "Hanggang Sa Dulo Ng Walang Hanggan" Lea's choice
Bamboo Mañalac 11 Tanya Diaz "A Natural Woman" Public's choice[b 1]
apl.de.ap 12 Alisah Bonaobra "Bituing Walang Ningning" apl's choice
Non-competition Performances"[146][147]
Order Performers Song
28.1 apl.de.ap, Loonie, Abra, Jessica Reynoso, and Week 1 Winners

Rita Martinez, Nino Alejandro, Leah Patricio, Kai Honasan, Suy Galvez, Jason Fernandez, Monique Lualhati, and Daryl Ong

"Be" / "Where Is the Love"

Notes:

  1. ^ a b c d Mackie Cao was automatically saved from the nomination after she received 42.38% of the public's vote, the highest in Team apl; in Team Lea, Miro Valera received 44.49%; in Team Sarah, Kokoi Baldo received 46.81%; and in Team Bamboo, Tanya Diaz received 49.80%.

Week 3 (February 7 & 8)[edit]

Episode Coach Order Artist Song Result
Episode 29
(February 7, 2015)
apl.de.ap 1 Alisah Bonaobra "LaserLight" Public's choice[c 1]
2 Daryl Ong "Smile" Public's choice[c 1]
3 Suy "Bridge over Troubled Water" Eliminated
4 Mackie Cao "Maghintay Ka Lamang" apl's choice
Sarah Geronimo 5 Kokoi Baldo "Could You Be Loved" Public's choice[c 1]
6 Jason Fernandez "Moves like Jagger" Eliminated
7 Jason Dy "OMG" Sarah's choice
8 Monique Lualhati "Bang Bang" Public's choice[c 1]
Episode 30
(February 8, 2015)
Lea Salonga 1 Nino Alejandro "Livin' on a Prayer" Lea's choice
2 Timmy Pavino "My Heart Will Go On" Public's choice
3 Miro Valera "Kiss from a Rose" Eliminated
4 Leah Patricio "Healing" Public's choice
Bamboo Mañalac 5 Rita Martinez "Sweet Dreams" Public's choice
6 Tanya Diaz "Take Me to Church" Bamboo's choice
7 Kai Honasan "Jealous" Eliminated
8 Rence Rapanot "Para sa Masa" Public's choice
Non-competition Performances
Order Performers Song
29.1 Nino Alejandro, Timmy Pavino, Miro Valera, and Rence Rapanot "Babaero"
29.2 Leah Patricio, Rita Martinez, Tanya Diaz, and Kai Honasan "Mambobola"
30.1 Anne Curtis, Bamboo Mañalac, and his team

Rita Martinez, Tanya Diaz, Kai Honasan and Rence Rapanot

"I Love It"/"All Night"

Notes:

  1. ^ a b c d In Team apl, Daryl Ong got 31.16% of the votes, while Alisah Bonaobra got 28.25% of the votes; in Team Sarah, Kokoi Baldo got 41.61% of the votes, while Monique Lualhati got 25.26% of the votes. In Team Lea, Leah Patricio topped the public votes after receiving 40.95%, followed by Timmy Pavino who garnered 24.37%; while in Team Bamboo, Rence Rapanot topped the public votes after receiving 50.78%, followed by Rita Martinez who got 18.10%

Week 4[edit]

Episode Coach Order Artist Song Result
Episode 31
(February 14, 2015)
Bamboo Mañalac 1 Rence Rapanot "Kumusta Na" Public's choice[d 1]
2 Tanya Diaz "Because of You" Eliminated
3 Rita Martinez "Paglisan" Bamboo's choice
apl.de.ap 4 Daryl Ong "Rolling in the Deep" apl's choice
5 Mackie Cao "Sirena" Eliminated
6 Alisah Bonaobra "Let It Go" Public's choice[d 1]
Episode 32
(February 15, 2015)
Sarah Geronimo 1 Kokoi Baldo "Message in a Bottle" Eliminated
2 Monique Lualhati "Butterfly" Sarah's choice
3 Jason Dy "Kahit Kailan" Public's choice[d 1]
Lea Salonga 4 Leah Patricio "Because You Loved Me" Lea's choice
5 Nino Alejandro "I Want to Know What Love Is" Eliminated
6 Timmy Pavino "Story of My Life" Public's choice[d 1]
Non-competition Performances
Order Performers Song
31.1 Alex Gonzaga, Toni Gonzaga, and Team Sarah and Team Lea

Kokoi Baldo, Monique Lualhati, Jason Dy, Leah Patricio, Nino Alejandro, and Timmy Pavino

"Love Me Harder" / "Break Free"
32.1 Sarah Geronimo and Team apl and Bamboo's Top 2

Rence Rapanot, Rita Martinez, Daryl Ong, and Alisah Bonaobra

"For Once in My Life"
30.1 Matt Monro, Jr. "Portrait of My Love"

Notes:

  1. ^ a b c d In Team Bamboo, Rence Rapanot received 44.88% of the public votes; in Team apl, Alisah Bonaobra got 47.22% of votes. In Team Sarah, Jason Dy received 44.67% of the public votes; in Team Lea, Timmy Pavino got 50.08% of votes.

Week 5: Semifinals (February 21 & 22)[edit]

Coach Artist Saturday[142] Sunday[142] Summary of Points[148][149][150][151] Result[142]
Order Solo song Order Duet song Coach's Public's Total
Sarah Geronimo Monique Lualhati 1 "Fighter" 3 "Nothing's Gonna Stop Us Now" 45.00 34.81 39.91 Eliminated
Jason Dy 2 "Back at One" 55.00 65.19 60.10 Safe
apl.de.ap Alisah Bonaobra 3 "Lipad ng Pangarap" 1 "One Sweet Day" 55.00 45.13 50.07 Safe
Daryl Ong 4 "Take Me Out of the Dark" 45.00 54.87 49.94 Eliminated
Bamboo Mañalac Rita Martinez 5 "Himala" 2 "Mahirap Magmahal
ng Syota ng Iba
"
45.00 42.59 43.80 Eliminated
Rence Rapanot 6 "Ikaw at Ako" 55.00 57.41 56.21 Safe
Lea Salonga Timmy Pavino 7 "Ikaw Lamang" 4 "Locked Out of Heaven" 45.00 54.42 49.71 Eliminated
Leah Patricio 8 "Ikaw Lang Ang Mamahalin" 55.00 45.58 50.29 Safe
Non-competition Performances
Order Performers[142] Song
33.1 Lyca Gairanod, Darlene Vibares, and Juan Karlos Labajo "Ayokong Tumanda" / "Taralets"
33.2 Top 8 Artists "Applause"
34.1 Lea Salonga "I'd Like to Teach the World to Sing"
34.2 Lea Salonga and Nicole Beverly Chien[152] "Tomorrow"

Week 6: Finals (February 28 & March 1)[edit]

As in the previous season, the finale was aired in a two part episode. However, deviating from previous Live shows, the "1 sim equals 1 vote" rule was implemented. There were four sets of performances per artist in the first round. The results of the votes were then revealed on the second episode of the finals, where the final two artists had to perform in a final showdown. After the two top artists were revealed, the scores were reset to zero. The voting lines were then reopened for the final two, wherein the artist with the highest vote totals was the winner of the competition. The finals were held in the Newport Performing Arts Theater, Resorts World Manila, Pasay City.

Color key
      Artist was proclaimed as the winner
      Artist ended as the runner-up
      Artist ended as the third placer
      Artist ended as the fourth placer
      Artist was advanced on the second round

First round[edit]

Coach Artist February 28[153] March 1[154][155] Votes[10][156] Result[10][156]
Order Duet/trio song with Order Solo song Order Solo Song Order Duet with coaches song
apl.de.ap Alisah Bonaobra 1 "Ako Ang Nagwagi" Dulce 2 "Love on Top" 4 "Go the Distance" 3 "Hero"/"You Can Do Anything" 22.72% Advanced
Bamboo Mañalac Rence Rapanot 2 "Karaniwang Tao" Joey Ayala &
Bayang Barrios
3 "Estudyante Blues" 1 "Tayo'y Mga Pinoy" 4 "Hinahanap-Hanap Kita" 18.02% Fourth place
Lea Salonga Leah Patricio 3 "Muli" Jed Madela 4 "Titanium" 2 "Run To You" 1 "If I Were a Boy"/"You Oughta Know" 19.17% Third place
Sarah Geronimo Jason Dy 4 "Wrecking Ball" Charice 1 "With You" 3 "Angels Brought Me Here" 2 "If I Ain't Got You" 40.09% Advanced

Second round[edit]

Coach Artist[155] Order[155] Song[155] Votes[10][157] Result[10][157]
Sarah Geronimo Jason Dy 1 "Minsan Lang Kitang Iibigin" 52.94% Winner
apl.de.ap Alisah Bonaobra 2 "All by Myself" 47.06% Runner-up
Non-competition Performances
Order Performers[142] Song
35.1 apl.de.ap and Lea Salonga "Feel This Moment"
35.2 Bamboo Mañalac and Sarah Geronimo "Sing".
35.3 The Voice Coaches and Top 4 Artists "Feel This Moment"
36.1 Season 2 Top 4 Artists with Season 1 Top 4

Mitoy Yonting, Klarisse de Guzman, Janice Javier, and Myk Perez

"Rather Be" / "Rest of My Life."[158]

Elimination Chart[edit]

Artist's info
Result details
Live Show Result per Week
Artist Week 1 Week 2 Week 3 Week 4 Week 5 Week 6 Finale
Round 1 Round 2
Jason Dy Bottom two Bottom two Safe Safe Safe Winner
Alisah Bonaobra Bottom two Safe Safe Safe Safe Runner-up
Leah Patricio Safe Safe Bottom two Safe Third Place Eliminated (Week 6)
Rence Rapanot Bottom two Safe Safe Safe Fourth Place
Monique Lualhati Safe Safe Bottom two Eliminated Eliminated (Week 5)
Rita Martinez Bottom two Safe Bottom two Eliminated
Daryl Ong Safe Safe Bottom two Eliminated
Timmy Pavino Bottom two Safe Safe Eliminated
Nino Alejandro Bottom two Bottom two Bottom two Eliminated (Week 4)
Kokoi Baldo Safe Safe Bottom two
Mackie Cao Safe Bottom two Bottom two
Tanya Diaz Safe Bottom two Bottom two
Kai Honasan Safe Bottom two Eliminated (Week 3)
Miro Valera Safe Bottom two
Jason Fernandez Bottom two Bottom two
Suy Galvez Bottom two Bottom two
Casper Blancaflor Bottom two Eliminated (Week 2)
Douglas Dagal Bottom two
Arnee Hidalgo Bottom two
Bradley Holmes Bottom two
Poppert Bernadas Bottom two Eliminated (Week 1)
Karlo Mojica Bottom two
Abbey Pineda Bottom two
Ferns Tosco Bottom two

Teams[edit]

Artist Week 1 Week 2 Week 3 Week 4 Week 5 Week 6 Finale
Round 1 Round 2
Alisah Bonaobra Bottom two Safe Safe Safe Safe Runner-up
Daryl Ong Safe Safe Bottom two Eliminated Eliminated (Week 5)
Mackie Cao Safe Bottom two Bottom two Eliminated (Week 4)
Suy Galvez Bottom two Bottom two Eliminated (Week 3)
Bradley Holmes Bottom two Eliminated (Week 2)
Ferns Tosco Bottom two Eliminated (Week 1)
Leah Patricio Safe Safe Bottom two Safe Third Place Eliminated (Week 6)
Timmy Pavino Bottom two Safe Safe Eliminated Eliminated (Week 5)
Nino Alejandro Bottom two Bottom two Bottom two Eliminated (Week 4)
Miro Valera Safe Bottom two Eliminated (Week 3)
Casper Blancaflor Bottom two Eliminated (Week 2)
Abbey Pineda Bottom two Eliminated (Week 1)
Jason Dy Bottom two Bottom two Safe Safe Safe Winner
Monique Lualhati Safe Safe Bottom two Eliminated Eliminated (Week 5)
Kokoi Baldo Safe Safe Bottom two Eliminated (Week 4)
Jason Fernandez Bottom two Bottom two Eliminated (Week 3)
Douglas Dagal Bottom two Eliminated (Week 2)
Poppert Bernadas Bottom two Eliminated (Week 1)
Rence Rapanot Bottom two Safe Safe Safe Fourth Place Eliminated (Week 6)
Rita Martinez Bottom two Safe Bottom two Eliminated Eliminated (Week 5)
Tanya Diaz Safe Bottom two Bottom two Eliminated (Week 4)
Kai Honasan Safe Bottom two Eliminated (Week 3)
Arnee Hidalgo Bottom two Eliminated (Week 2)
Karlo Mojica Bottom two Eliminated (Week 1)

Artists who appeared on other talent shows[edit]

Eliminated in the Blind auditions
Eliminated in the Battles
Eliminated in the Knockouts
  • Jem Cubil appeared in the second season of Pilipinas Got Talent on ABS-CBN. He reached the grand finals and finished eleventh place out of the twelve finalists.[164][165]
  • Carol Leus won TFC Pop Star Search in Dubai, which was organized by The Filipino Channel in 2004.[166] In 2008, she also appeared in Pinoy Idol on GMA Network. She was one of the top twenty-four semifinalists, but failed to advance as one of the top twelve finalists.[167]
Advanced to the Live shows
  • Ferns Tosco and Timmy Pavino appeared as finalists in Kanta Pilipinas on TV5. They were eliminated on the third week of the competition.[168]
  • Casper Blancaflor participated in the Asia New Singer Competition in 2008 and won a silver award.[169]
  • Daryl Ong appeared in the first season of Pinoy Pop Superstar aired on GMA Network[170] but failed to advance to the finals.
  • Originally auditioned as a solo artist for the first season of The X Factor Philippines on ABS-CBN, Monique Lualhati became part of A.K.A. Jam, an all-girl group created by the mentor-judges of the said singing competition. They reached the Live show stage, but was eliminated by the third week and came in tenth place.[171]
  • Leah Patricio appeared in the first season of Talentadong Pinoy on TV5. She was one of the grand finalists.[172]

Reception[edit]

Controversies[edit]

Spoiler issue[edit]

Several users from Facebook and Twitter were blocked by the social management team of the show after several spoilers of The Battles' winners were posted online. This incident made Salonga furious and disappointed.[173]

Joniver Robles' departure from the show[edit]

After the last episode of the Knockouts that aired last January 19, Mañalac announced that Joniver Robles was replaced by Rita Martinez after the former decided to withdraw from the show due to personal reasons. However, in a post of Robles via his Facebook account, he stressed that he never knew about his status until he saw the episode. Due to this, lots of speculation arose online regarding Robles' removal from the show.[174] Salonga was asked about the issue but decided to not comment. She further stated that she was not the proper person to be asked since it was not her team that was involved.[175]

Television ratings[edit]

Television ratings for the second season of The Voice of the Philippines on ABS-CBN were gathered from two major sources – AGB Nielsen and Kantar Media. AGB Nielsen's survey ratings were gathered from Mega Manila households, while Kantar Media's survey ratings were gathered from urban and rural households all over the Philippines.

Based from the data gathered by Kantar Media, the second season was the sixth most watched show in February 2015, garnering an average viewership of 24.4%.[176]

Episode Original airdate Timeslot (PST) AGB Nielsen Kantar Media Source
Rating Timeslot Primetime Rating Timeslot Primetime
1 "The Blind auditions premiere" October 26, 2014 Sunday 8:30 p.m. 22.4% #2 #2 28.3% #1 #1 [177][178]
2 "The Blind auditions – part 2" November 2, 2014 Sunday 8:30 p.m. 22.5% #1 #2 27.5% #1 #1 [179][180]
3 "The Blind auditions – part 3" November 8, 2014 Saturday 8:45 p.m. 24.2% #1 #1 31.9% #1 #2 [181][182]
4 "The Blind auditions – part 4" November 9, 2014 Sunday 8:30 p.m. 23.8% #1 #1 28.4% #1 #1 [181][182]
5 "The Blind auditions – part 5" November 15, 2014 Saturday 8:45 p.m. 24.0% #1 #3 30.4% #1 #2 [183][184]
6 "The Blind auditions – part 6" November 16, 2014 Sunday 8:30 p.m. 25.9% #1 #1 30.0% #1 #1 [183][184]
7 "The Blind auditions – part 7" November 22, 2014 Saturday 8:45 p.m. 25.3% #1 #2 30.7% #1 #1 [185][186]
8 "The Blind auditions – part 8" November 23, 2014 Sunday 8:30 p.m. 23.6% #1 #1 30.7% #1 #1 [185][186]
9 "The Blind auditions – part 9" November 29, 2014 Saturday 8:45 p.m. 24.7% #1 #2 31.0% #1 #2 [187][188]
10 "The Blind auditions – part 10" November 30, 2014 Sunday 8:30 p.m. 23.8% #2 #2 29.5% #1 #1 [187][188]
11 "The Battles premiere" December 6, 2014 Saturday 8:45 p.m. 22.8% #2 #4 23.2% #1 #1 [189][190]
12 "The Battles – part 2" December 7, 2014 Sunday 8:30 p.m. 22.4% #2 #2 22.7% #1 #1 [189][190]
13 "The Battles – part 3" December 13, 2014 Saturday 8:45 p.m. 21.9% #1 #2 28.8% #1 #1 [191][192]
14 "The Battles – part 4" December 14, 2014 Sunday 8:30 p.m. 23.0% #2 #2 29.4% #1 #1 [191][192]
15 "The Battles – part 5" December 20, 2014 Saturday 8:45 p.m. 20.4% #1 #2 25.5% #1 #2 [193][194]
16 "The Battles – part 6" December 21, 2014 Sunday 8:30 p.m. 19.1% #2 #3 24.1% #1 #1 [193][194]
17 "Highlights premiere" December 27, 2014 Saturday 8:45 p.m. 18.0% #1 #2 23.1% #1 #2 [193][194]
18 "Highlights – part 2" December 28, 2014 Sunday 8:30 p.m. 15.1% #2 #5 19.4% #2 #3 [193][194]
19 "Highlights – part 3" January 3, 2015 Saturday 8:45 p.m. 17.2% #2 #4 19.0% #1 #4 [195][196]
20 "Highlights – part 4" January 4, 2015 Sunday 8:30 p.m. 15.7% #2 #5 18.6% #2 #3 [195][196]
21 "The Knockouts premiere" January 10, 2015 Saturday 8:45 p.m. 19.6% #1 #3 25.3% #1 #1 [197][198]
22 "The Knockouts – part 2" January 11, 2015 Sunday 8:30 p.m. 19.7% #2 #2 23.4% #2 #2 [197][198]
23 "The Knockouts – part 3" January 17, 2015 Saturday 8:45 p.m. 16.9% #2 #6 20.2% #1 #3 [199][200]
24 "The Knockouts – part 4" January 18, 2015 Sunday 8:30 p.m. 17.0% #2 #4 17.7% #2 #4 [199][200]
25 "The Live shows premiere" January 24, 2015 Saturday 8:45 p.m. 15.3% #3 #6 17.9% #1 #6 [201][202]
26 "The Live shows – part 2" January 25, 2015 Sunday 8:30 p.m. 18.0% #2 #3 22.2% #2 #3 [201][202]
27 "The Live shows – part 3" January 31, 2015 Saturday 8:45 p.m. 15.2% #2 #6 21.6% #1 #3 [203][204]
28 "The Live shows – part 4" February 1, 2015 Sunday 8:30 p.m. 17.1% #2 #4 22.4% #2 #2 [203][204]
29 "The Live shows – part 5" February 7, 2015 Saturday 8:45 p.m. 18.4% #2 #4 23.7% #2 #2 [204][205]
30 "The Live shows – part 6" February 8, 2015 Sunday 8:30 p.m. 17.9% #2 #3 22.8% #2 #2 [204][205]
31 "The Live shows – part 7" February 14, 2015 Saturday 8:45 p.m. 16.8% #2 #4 22.7% #1 #2 [206][207]
32 "The Live shows – part 8" February 15, 2015 Sunday 8:30 p.m. 18.9% #2 #3 22.7% #2 #3 [206][207]
33 "Semifinals – part 1" February 21, 2015 Saturday 8:45 p.m. 17.5% #2 #4 25.8% #1 #2 [208][209]
34 "Semifinals – part 2" February 22, 2015 Sunday 8:30 p.m. 17.8% #2 #2 26.3% #2 #2 [208][209]
35 "Finals – part 1" February 28, 2015 Saturday 8:45 p.m. 21.3% #2 #3 28.0% #1 #2 [210][211]
36 "Finals – part 2" March 1, 2015 Sunday 8:30 p.m. 23.0% #2 #2 30.8% #1 #1 [210][211][212]
Season average 20.17% #2 #3 25.16% #1 #2

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