The X Factor Philippines (season 1)

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The X Factor Philippines
Season 1
Broadcast fromJune 23 –
October 14, 2012
JudgesCharice
Gary Valenciano
Pilita Corrales
Martin Nievera
Host(s)KC Concepcion
BroadcasterABS-CBN
Finals venuePAGCOR Grand Theater, Parañaque City
Winner
KZ Tandingan
OriginDigos, Davao del Sur
Song"Superstar"
Genre(s)Acoustic jazz, jazz, R&B, soul
Runner-up
Gabriel Maturan

The X Factor Philippines is a Filipino television music competition to find a new singing talent. The first season began on June 23, 2012.[1] KC Concepcion is the host of the show,[2][3] while the judging panel consist of Charice, Gary Valenciano, Pilita Corrales, and Martin Nievera.[1]

The show is mainly based on the UK format. The competition consists of auditions, in front of the shows producers and then the judges with a live audience. It is then followed by the bootcamp, judges' home visit and then through the live finals, the winner of which receives a 4 million peso recording contract with Star Records.[4]

The finals were held on October 7, 2012, and aired live from the PAGCOR Grand Theater in Parañaque, Metro Manila, with KZ Tandingan from Charice's category declared as the winner of the competition.[5][6] On the other hand, Martin Nievera's Gabriel Maturan of his Boys category came in as runner-up, while Daddy's Home of Gary Valenciano's Group category came in third place.[7]

The show ended on October 14, 2012, airing two special episodes after the finals.

Selection process[edit]

Auditions[edit]

Auditions started in October 2011. Initial auditions are held in cities, provinces and towns in the Philippines like Laoag, Vigan, La Union, Baguio, Cagayan, Isabela, Nueva Ecija, Pampanga, Tarlac, Zambales, Manila, Cavite, Occidental Mindoro, Palawan, Quezon, Albay, Camarines Norte, Camarines Sur, Masbate, Sorsogon, Marinduque, Aklan, Capiz, Iloilo, Negros Oriental, Leyte, Zamboanga del Norte, Zamboanga del Sur, Bukidnon, Misamis Occidental, General Santos City, Koronadal, Lanao del Norte, Maguindanao, Agusan del Norte and Surigao del Norte.[4][8]

Major auditions were held in key cities from different parts of the country such as Baguio, Dagupan, Batangas, Quezon City, Naga, Iloilo, Bacolod, Cebu, Cagayan de Oro and Davao. More than 20,000 people auditioned for the first season of The X Factor Philippines.[9]

The auditions were aired from June 23, 2012 until July 15, 2012. Footage from the Visayas auditions were first aired during the first week, followed by the Luzon auditions, the NCR auditions, and lastly, the Mindanao auditions.

Bootcamp[edit]

The bootcamp stage was held at the PAGCOR Grand Theater in Parañaque, Metro Manila. The bootcamp stage was broadcast in two episodes on July 21 and 22. The first day of bootcamp saw the judges split the 172 hopeful acts into four groups, namely: the Boys (solo male acts from ages 16–25 yrs old), the Girls (solo female acts from ages 16–25 yrs old), the Over 25s (solo acts from ages 26 yrs old and above), and the Groups.[10] All of the groups received vocal coaching from resident mentors, and each later performed one song. The Boys sang "Tuwing Umuulan at Kapiling Ka" by Basil Valdez; the Girls with "Without You" by David Guetta; the Over 25s with "It's My Life" by Bon Jovi; and the Groups with "Edge of Glory" by Lady Gaga. At the end of the day, the number of acts was cut to 68. On the second day, acts were given dance coaching by resident dance coach, Joane Laygo. At noon, for the dance challenge, the judges announced that no one will be eliminated. The acts were given the last challenge, of which they will sing a song they personally picked. At the end of the day, 20 acts made it to the next round, while one group was formed, Lucky Girls, made up of 6 solo female acts that didn't make it through namely: Alyssa Quijano, Auriette Divina, Monique Lualhati, Katrina Velarde, Jhelsea Flores and Ashley Campbell.[11][12]

Judges' home visit[edit]

The judges' home visit was the last stage of the selection process. The episodes were aired on July 28 and 29. During this stage, it was revealed that Nievera would mentor the Boys, Charice would mentor the Girls, Corrales would mentor the Over 25s, and Valenciano would mentor the Groups. The final selection process was aided by a guest judge per category. Journey lead vocalist Arnel Pineda joined Nievera at Club Balai Isabel in Batangas, former semi-finalist Cheesa from the second season of the US version of The Voice joined Charice at The Bellevue Hotel in Alabang, Muntinlupa, Rico J. Puno joined Corrales in Manila, and Jed Madela joined Valenciano at Tagaytay Highlands in Tagaytay. At judges' houses each act performed a song they personally picked and performed it in front of their mentor and his/her guest judge.[13]

The eight acts failed to make the Top 12 and were eliminated:

  • Boys: Anton Paolo Antenorcruz, Michael Pangilinan
  • Girls: Abigail Mendoza, Angelica Prado
  • Over 25s: Paulo Castro, Cristine Ledesma
  • Groups: 5th Avids, Sweet Bliss

Finalists[edit]

The 12 finalists were confirmed as follows;[14]

Key:

     – Winner
     – Runner-up
     – Third place
Category (Mentor) Acts
Boys (Nievera) Kedebon Colim Gabriel Maturan Jeric Medina
Girls (Charice) Allen Sta. Maria KZ Tandingan Jerrianne Templo
Over 25s (Corrales) Joan Da Mark Mabasa Modesto Taran
Groups (Valenciano) A.K.A. Jam Daddy's Home Takeoff

Live shows[edit]

The X Factor Live show with presenter KC Concepcion.

The live shows began on August 4, 2012 in PAGCOR Grand Theater in Parañaque, Metro Manila. Each week, the top acts performances took place on Saturday nights, while the results are announced during Sunday nights. Each week has a different set of theme. Often during results nights, guests are invited live to perform; while the remaining acts during results nights also feature group performances.

Sam Milby performed during the first results night, with special numbers from Gary Valenciano's children Paolo and Kiana Valenciano, and former X Factor auditionees' West Track Boys and Rodrigo Lozon.[15] During the end of the second performance night, it was announced that Xian Lim, Kean Cipriano, and Tutti Caringal would perform in the second results night. However, during the airing of the results night, the three did not appear for due to unknown reasons. Jovit Baldivino and Yeng Constantino performed during the third results night and gave a special birthday tribute to Pilita Corrales;[16] while Star Power's grand champion, Angeline Quinto, performed on the fourth results night.[17] Pepe Smith, the living legend of Pinoy rock, performed on the fifth results night.[18] While Dingdong Avanzado, Gino Padilla, and Randy Santiago, three of the most famous OPM 80s icons, performed on the sixth results night. In the seventh performance night, L.A. Dancers, an American dance group, made a special dance number from the song of Rihanna's "Where Have You Been" during the start of the show. During the seventh results night, pinoy band vocalists' Kean Cipriano, Ney Dimaculangan, and Tutti Caringal joined the remaining 6 acts in a tribute production number to pinoy rock band icons, the Eraserheads and Rivermaya. Richard Poon, Duncan Ramos, and Aiza Seguerra performed an opening number during the eighth performance night; while Khalil Ramos and Daniel Padilla, two of the main casts of the Princess and I, serenade the audiences during the eighth results night. On the ninth performance night, Toni Gonzaga performed an opening number, and was followed by Pilipinas Got Talent's El Gamma Penumbra who performed a shadow theatrical routine midway during the show.[19]

The Live finals were held on October 6 & 7, 2012, at the PAGCOR Grand Theater in Parañaque, Metro Manila.[5] In the final performance night, Lani Misalucha graced and opened the show singing her own rendition of Dynamite, a song popularized by Taio Cruz. Vina Morales, winner of Ikon ASEAN 2007, performed a medley of songs of Jennifer Lopez midway during the show. While Nina, Rico J. Puno, and Bamboo Mañalac had a duet with Daddy's Home, KZ Tandingan, and Gabriel Maturan respectively.[20]

In the final results night, KC Concepcion opened the show, singing Nicole Scherzinger's song called Wet. ASAP's Champions' Erik Santos, Jed Madela, Jovit Baldivino, and Angeline Quinto performed a special number with the Top 3 acts. Pooh, April Boy Regino, and K Brosas had a special song number with former acts, Kedebon Colim, and Modesto Taran, and former auditionee Osang respectively. Yeng Constantino performed a number with the Top 5 acts. Also, The X Factor Philippines Top 12 acts sang "Bro, Ikaw ang Star ng Pasko", the Christmas Station ID theme song of ABS-CBN in 2009 and part of the recently released The X Factor Philippines album in iTunes Philippines.[21] Also, the mentor-judges' Charice, Gary Valenciano, Martin Nievera, and Pilita Corrales performed a special number singing one of their famous songs.[6]

Results summary[edit]

Color key
     – Contestant received the most public votes
     – Contestant was proclaimed as runner-up/third place
     – Contestant was in the bottom two and had to sing again in a final showdown
Weekly results per contestant
Contestant Week 1 Week 2 Week 3 Week 4 Week 5 Week 6 Week 7 Week 8 Week 9 Week 10
KZ Tandingan 2nd 5th 2nd 1st 3rd 2nd 2nd 1st 3rd Winner
54.77%
Gabriel Maturan 4th 7th 3rd 4th 1st 1st 4th 2nd 2nd Runner-up
32.33%
Daddy's Home 3rd 6th 9th
5.53%
5th 2nd 3rd 6th 4th
19.63%
1st Third Place
12.90%
Allen Sta. Maria 6th 9th 1st 3rd 4th 6th 3rd 3rd 4th Eliminated
(Week 9)
Jeric Medina 1st 1st 5th 2nd 5th 4th 1st 5th
16.74%
Eliminated
(Week 8)
Kedebon Colim 5th 8th 4th 6th 6th 5th 5th Eliminated
(Week 7)
Joan Da 11th 4th 7th 7th 7th
9.99%
7th Eliminated
(Week 6)
Takeoff 7th 10th
3.90%
6th 9th 8th
6.99%
Eliminated
(Week 5)
Modesto Taran 8th 2nd 8th 8th Eliminated
(Week 4)
A.K.A. Jam 10th 3rd 10th
4.42%
Eliminated
(Week 3)
Mark Mabasa 9th 11th
3.72%
Eliminated
(Week 2)
Jerrianne Templo 12th Eliminated
(Week 1)
Final showdown Joan Da,
Jerrianne Templo
Mark Mabasa,
Takeoff
Daddy's Home,
A.K.A. Jam
Modesto Taran,
Takeoff
Joan Da,
Takeoff
Joan Da,
Allen Sta. Maria
Kedebon Colim,
Daddy's Home
Daddy's Home,
Jeric Medina
Allen Sta. Maria,
KZ Tandingan
There were no final showdown or judges' vote for the results are based on public votes alone.
Nievera's vote to eliminate Jerrianne Templo Takeoff Daddy's Home Not required to vote1 Joan Da Joan Da Kedebon Colim Daddy's Home Allen Sta. Maria
Charice's vote to eliminate Joan Da Mark Mabasa Daddy's Home Modesto Taran Takeoff Joan Da Not required to vote2 Jeric Medina Not required to vote2
Corrales' vote to eliminate Jerrianne Templo Takeoff A.K.A. Jam Modesto Taran Takeoff Allen Sta. Maria Kedebon Colim Daddy's Home Allen Sta. Maria
Valenciano's vote to eliminate Jerrianne Templo Mark Mabasa A.K.A. Jam Modesto Taran Joan Da Joan Da Kedebon Colim Jeric Medina Allen Sta. Maria
Eliminated Jerrianne Templo
3 of 4 votes
Majority
Mark Mabasa
2 of 4 votes
Deadlock
A.K.A. Jam
2 of 4 votes
Deadlock
Modesto Taran
3 of 3 votes
Majority
Takeoff
2 of 4 votes
Deadlock
Joan Da
3 of 4 votes
Majority
Kedebon Colim
3 of 3 votes
Majority
Jeric Medina
2 of 4 votes
Deadlock
Allen Sta. Maria
3 of 3 votes
Majority
Gabriel Maturan
32.33%
to win
Daddy's Home
12.90%
to win
References [22][23] [24][25] [26] [27] [28] [29] [30] [31][32] [33][34] [6][35][36]
Notes
  1. ^ Nievera was not required to vote because there was already a majority.
  2. ^ a b Charice was not required to vote because there was already a majority.

Live show details[edit]

Week 1 (August 4 & 5)[edit]

Lucky Girls' new name 'A.K.A. Jam' took effect from week 1.

Contestants' performances on the first live show
Act Order Song[37] Movie Result
Takeoff 1 "Jailhouse Rock" Jailhouse Rock Safe
Allen Sta. Maria 2 "Keep Holding On" Eragon Safe
Gabriel Maturan 3 "It Will Rain" The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn – Part 1 Safe
Modesto Taran 4 "Johnny B. Goode" Back to the Future Safe
Daddy's Home 5 "Till My Heartaches End" Till My Heartaches End Safe
KZ Tandingan 6 "The Show" Angus, Thongs and Perfect Snogging Safe
Jeric Medina 7 "Unchained Melody" Ghost Safe
Mark Mabasa 8 "Kiss from a Rose" Batman Forever Safe
A.K.A. Jam 9 "Got to Be Real" The Pink Panther Safe
Joan Da 10 "Sunday Morning" Cheaper by the Dozen 2 Bottom two
Jerrianne Templo 11 "The First Time Ever I Saw Your Face" Play Misty for Me Bottom two
Kedebon Colim 12 "First Day High" First Day High Safe
Final showdown details[22]
Joan Da 1 "Chasing Pavements" Safe
Jerrianne Templo 2 "At Last" Eliminated

Judges' vote to eliminate

  • Charice: Joan Da – backed her own act, Jerrianne Templo
  • Corrales: Jerrianne Templo – backed her own act, Joan Da
  • Nievera: Jerriane Templo – gave no reason
  • Valenciano: Jerrianne Templo – gave no reason

Week 2 (August 11 & 12)[edit]

  • Theme: Songs with life or buhay in the title
  • Group performance: "Overdrive" and "Pare Ko"
Contestants' performances on the second live show
Act Order Song[38] Result
Joan Da 1 "Gusto Ko Lamang Sa Buhay" Safe
Gabriel Maturan 2 "One Day in Your Life" Safe
Takeoff 3 "Larger than Life" Bottom two
Allen Sta. Maria 4 "Bring Me to Life" Safe
Modesto Taran 5 "Habang May Buhay" Safe
Daddy's Home 6 "The Best Things In Life Are Free" Safe
Kedebon Colim 7 "I Live My Life for You" Safe
Mark Mabasa 8 "Got to Get You into My Life" Bottom two
KZ Tandingan 9 "For Once in My Life" Safe
Jeric Medina 10 "The Time of My Life" Safe
A.K.A. Jam 11 "This Is My Life" Safe
Final showdown details[24]
Mark Mabasa 1 "There's No Easy Way" Eliminated
Takeoff 2 "Fall for You" Safe

Judges' vote to eliminate

  • Corrales: Takeoff – backed her own act, Mark Mabasa
  • Valenciano: Mark Mabasa – backed his own act, Takeoff
  • Nievera: Takeoff – went with his gut feeling
  • Charice: Mark Mabasa – couldn't make the decision on her own so put the decision to deadlock

With the judges deadlocked, Mark Mabasa was eliminated as the act with the fewest public vote.[24]

Week 3 (August 18 & 19)[edit]

Contestants' performances on the third live show
Act Order Song[citation needed] Result
Kedebon Colim 1 "Footloose" Safe
A.K.A. Jam 2 "Survivor" Bottom two
Modesto Taran 3 "To Love Somebody" Safe
Allen Sta. Maria 4 "Bitch" Safe
Jeric Medina 5 "Lips of an Angel" Safe
Daddy's Home 6 "Superstition" Bottom two
Gabriel Maturan 7 "Breakeven" Safe
Joan Da 8 "You Oughta Know" Safe
Takeoff 9 "Makita Kang Muli" Safe
KZ Tandingan 10 "In the End" Safe
Final showdown details[26]
Daddy's Home 1 "Maging Sino Ka Man" Safe
A.K.A. Jam 2 "Officially Missing You" Eliminated

Judges' vote to eliminate

  • Charice: Daddy's Home – gave no reason
  • Corrales: A.K.A Jam – gave no reason
  • Nievera: Daddy's Home – gave no reason
  • Valenciano: A.K.A. Jam – gave no reason

With the judges deadlocked, A.K.A. Jam was eliminated as the act with the fewest public vote.[26]

Week 4 (August 25 & 26)[edit]

Contestants' performances on the fourth live show
Act Order Song[39] Tribute To Result
Modesto Taran 1 "Pure Imagination" Lou Rawls Bottom two
Daddy's Home 2 "All at Once" Whitney Houston Safe
Allen Sta. Maria 3 "Waterfalls" Lisa Lopes Safe
Jeric Medina 4 "Can't Help Falling in Love" Elvis Presley Safe
Joan Da 5 "(At Your Best) You Are Love" Aaliyah Safe
Kedebon Colim 6 "Yugyugan Na" Karl Roy Safe
Takeoff 7 "Dreaming of You" Selena Bottom two
KZ Tandingan 8 "Rehab" Amy Winehouse Safe
Gabriel Maturan 9 "Dance with My Father" Luther Vandross Safe
Final showdown details[27]
Modesto Taran 1 "You'll Never Find Another Love Like Mine" Eliminated
Takeoff 2 "Flying Without Wings" Safe

Judges' vote to eliminate

  • Valenciano: Modesto Taran – backed his own act, Takeoff
  • Corrales: Modesto Taran – felt that Modesto Taran needed to be with his family
  • Charice: Modesto Taran – felt that Modesto Taran needed to be with his family
  • Nievera: was not required to vote since there was already a majority

Week 5 (September 1 & 2)[edit]

Contestants' performances on the fifth live show
Act Order Song[40] Result
Jeric Medina 1 "Akin Ka Na Lang" Safe
Joan Da 2 "Nobela" Bottom two
Daddy's Home 3 "Paraiso" Safe
Gabriel Maturan 4 "Rainbow" Safe
Takeoff 5 "Yakap sa Dilim" Bottom two
Allen Sta. Maria 6 "Hanggang May Kailanman" Safe
KZ Tandingan 7 "Ang Huling El Bimbo" Safe
Kedebon Colim 8 "Kailangan Kita" Safe
Final showdown details[28]
Joan Da 1 "Grenade" Safe
Takeoff 2 "Sa Kanya" Eliminated

Judges' vote to eliminate

  • Valenciano: Joan Da – Backed his own act, Takeoff
  • Corrales: Takeoff – backed her own act, Joan Da
  • Nievera: Joan Da – gave no reason
  • Charice: Takeoff – backed the act with the least bottom two history, Joan Da

With the judges deadlocked, Takeoff was eliminated as the act with the fewest public vote.[28][41]

Week 6 (September 8 & 9)[edit]

Contestants' performances on the sixth live show
Act Order Song[43][44] Result
Allen Sta. Maria 1 "Every Breath You Take" Bottom two
Gabriel Maturan 2 "Forever" Safe
KZ Tandingan 3 "Eternal Flame" Safe
Jeric Medina 4 "Careless Whisper" Safe
Daddy's Home 5 "Will You Still Love Me?" Safe
Kedebon Colim 6 "Eye of the Tiger" Safe
Joan Da 7 "Billie Jean" Bottom two
Final showdown details[29]
Joan Da 1 "All About Him" Eliminated
Allen Sta. Maria 2 "I Am Me" Safe

Judges' vote to eliminate

  • Charice: Joan Da – backed her own act, Allen Sta. Maria
  • Corrales: Allen Sta. Maria – backed her own act, Joan Da
  • Valenciano: Joan Da – gave no reason
  • Nievera: Joan Da – Based on the final showdown performance

Week 7 (September 15 & 16)[edit]

Contestants' performances on the seventh live show
Act[45][46] Order Song[citation needed] Result
Daddy's Home 1 "Himala" Bottom two
Gabriel Maturan 2 "Hinahanap-hanap Kita" Safe
Jeric Medina 3 "214" Safe
KZ Tandingan 4 "Kisapmata" Safe
Kedebon Colim 5 "Toyang" Bottom two
Allen Sta. Maria 6 "With a Smile" Safe
Final showdown details[30]
Kedebon Colim 1 "Hero" Eliminated
Daddy's Home 2 "Lately" Safe

Judges' vote to eliminate

  • Corrales: Kedebon Colim – based her vote on who performed least during the final showdown
  • Valenciano: Kedebon Colim – backed his own act, Daddy's Home
  • Nievera: Kedebon Colim – felt that the other judges will also send him home
  • Charice: was not required to vote since there was already a majority

Week 8 (September 22 & 23)[edit]

Contestants' performances on the eighth live show
Act Order Song[citation needed] Revived By Result
Allen Sta. Maria 1 "Teenage Dream" Darren Criss Safe
Gabriel Maturan 2 "Moonlight Over Paris" Paolo Santos Safe
KZ Tandingan 3 "Make You Feel My Love" Adele Safe
Jeric Medina 4 "Do You Believe In Me" South Border Bottom two
Daddy's Home 5 "Tell Me" Side A Bottom two
Final showdown details[47]
Daddy's Home 1 "Against All Odds (Take a Look at Me Now)" Safe
Jeric Medina 2 "I Don't Want to Miss a Thing" Eliminated

Judges' vote to eliminate

  • Corrales: Daddy's Home – gave no reason
  • Valenciano: Jeric Medina – backed his own act, Daddy's Home
  • Nievera: Daddy's Home – backed his own act, Jeric Medina.
  • Charice: Jeric Medina – based her vote with the act that has least potential and has a less spot in the industry.

With the judges deadlocked, Jeric Medina was eliminated as the act with the fewest public vote.[47]

Week 9 (September 29 & 30)[edit]

Contestants' performances on the ninth live show
Act Order Song[citation needed] Musical hero Result
Allen Sta. Maria 1 "Whip My Hair" Willow Smith Bottom two
Daddy's Home 2 "Open Arms" Journey Safe
KZ Tandingan 3 "Forever" Chris Brown Bottom two
Gabriel Maturan 4 "Boyfriend" Justin Bieber Safe
Final showdown details[33][34]
Allen Sta. Maria 1 "Perfect" Eliminated
KZ Tandingan 2 "Ordinary People" Safe

Judges' vote to eliminate

  • Nievera: Allen Sta. Maria – felt that she had less X factor than KZ
  • Corrales: Allen Sta. Maria – felt that even if she goes home, she is already a star
  • Valenciano: Allen Sta. Maria – felt that KZ has the global reach
  • Charice: was not required to vote since there was a majority

Week 10: Finals (October 6 & 7)[edit]

October 6

October 7

Contestants' performances on the final live show
Act October 6 October 7 Result
Order First song[20] Order Second song[20] Duet with Order Third song[6][49] Duet with
Daddy's Home 1 "Gaya ng Dati" 4 "Through the Fire" Nina 2 "Man in the Mirror" Gary Valenciano Third Place
Gabriel Maturan 2 "I Believe" 6 "The Man Who Can't Be Moved" Bamboo Mañalac 3 "Go the Distance" Martin Nievera Runner-up
KZ Tandingan 3 "Superstar" 5 "The Way We Were" Rico J. Puno 1 "The Way You Look Tonight" Charice Winner

Television ratings[edit]

Television ratings for the first season of The X Factor Philippines on ABS-CBN are gathered from two major sources, namely from AGB Nielsen and Kantar Media. AGB Nielsen's survey ratings are gathered from Mega Manila households, while Kantar Media's survey ratings are gathered from all over the Philippines' urban and rural households.

Stage Air Date Television ratings from AGB Nielsen Television ratings from Kantar Media Source
Rating Ranking Rating Ranking
Timeslot Primetime Timeslot Primetime
Judge's Auditions June 23 18.3% #2 #4 25.1% #1 #3 [50][51][52]
June 24 18.3% #1 #4 20.3% #1 #3 [50][51][52]
June 30 19.3% #2 #3 27.3% #1 #3 [53][54]
July 1 18.5% #1 #4 18.9% #1 #5 [53][54]
July 7 18.9% #2 #4 29.6% #1 #2 [55][56]
July 8 17.7% #1 #3 16.7% #1 #5 [55][56]
July 14 16.7% #2 #6 24.4% #1 #4 [57][58]
July 15 17.5% #1 #2 17.4% #1 #5 [57][58]
Bootcamp July 21 16.1% #2 #7 22.2% #1 #4 [59][60]
July 22 18.3% #1 #4 17.8% #1 #6 [59][60]
Judges' Home Visit July 28 16.8% #2 #6 23.1% #1 #4 [61][62]
July 29 16.0% #1 #6 18.1% #1 #6 [61][62]
Live Shows August 4 15.5% #2 #7 20.7% #1 #5 [63][64]
August 5 16.2% #1 #5 16.6% #1 #7 [63][64]
August 11 14.0% #2 #5 19.1% #1 #4 [65][66]
August 12 15.0% #2 #5 19.0% #1 #4 [65][66]
August 18 15.0% #2 #6 19.0% #1 #5 [67][68]
August 19 15.1% #1 #7 17.8% #1 #5 [67][68]
August 25 16.0% #2 #6 19.3% #1 #4 [69][70]
August 26 15.6% #1 #6 18.4% #1 #4 [69][70]
September 1 16.2% #2 #7 17.7% #1 #6 [71][72]
September 2 16.0% #1 #6 17.0% #1 #6 [71][72]
September 8 14.6% #2 #7 18.0% #1 #5 [73][74]
September 9 16.0% #1 #8 17.3% #1 #5 [73][74]
September 15 15.8% #2 #9 19.0% #1 #5 [75][76]
September 16 16.2% #1 #7 19.5% #1 #5 [75][76]
September 22 16.0% #2 #8 18.7% #1 #4 [77][78]
September 23 16.5% #1 #6 17.6% #1 #7 [77][78]
September 29 17.3% #2 #8 21.1% #1 #4 [79][80]
September 30 16.8% #1 #5 21.6% #1 #2 [79][80]
Live Finals October 6 17.7% #2 #5 19.2% #1 #5 [81][82]
October 7 23.9% #1 #1 24.5% #1 #1 [81][82]
Special Episodes October 13 12.3% #2 #8 16.6% #1 #5 [83][84]
October 14 11.8% #2 #10 12.9% #1 #9 [83][84]
SEASON AVERAGE 16.2% #2 #6 19.74% #1 #5
Color keys
     Highest rating during the season
     Lowest rating during the season

Music[edit]

The X Factor Philippines Album[edit]

The X Factor Philippines
X Factor Philippines - All Star Album cover.jpg
Compilation album by
The X Factor All Stars
Released{{unbulleted list
  • October 6, 2012 (2012-10-06) (Digital via iTunes)
  • November 7, 2012 (2012-11-07) (CD)
}}
Recorded2012
GenreOPM, pop
Length50:58
LabelStar

The X Factor Philippines album is the first compilation album by The X Factor Philippines Season 1 finalists. It was released digitally in iTunes Philippines by Star Records in October 6, 2012. The album is composed of 13 tracks.[85][86]

On October 9, 2012, two days after being crowned as the grand winner, KZ Tandingan's own rendition of "Killing Me Softly" became number 1 on the Philippines iTunes chart toppling the K-pop viral single of Psy's "Gangnam Style" to number 2. Daddy's Home rendition of Whitney Houston's "All at Once" also came in number 3 beating the newly released single, "Skyfall" by Adele. "Star ng Pasko" also made it to the charts at number 7.[87]

A CD recorded version of the album was released on November 7, 2012, and was officially launched on November 12, 2012 at Eastwood City in Libis, Quezon City.[88][89]

Track listing
No.TitleArtistLength
1."Got to Be Real" (A Cheryl Lynn original)A.K.A. Jam2:32
2."Love the Way You Lie" (A Rihanna original)Allen Sta. Maria4:10
3."All at Once" (A Whitney Houston original)Daddy's Home3:58
4."It Will Rain" (A Bruno Mars original)Gabriel Maturan4:13
5."Kung Wala Na" (A Jaya original)Jerrianne Templo4:43
6."Can't Help Falling in Love" (An Elvis Presley original)Jeric Medina3:01
7."Ang Pag-ibig Kong Ito" (A Leah Navarro original)Joan Da3:27
8."Mahal Kita Kasi" (A Toni Gonzaga original)Kedebon Colim feat. Allen Sta. Maria4:03
9."Killing Me Softly" (A Roberta Flack original)KZ Tandingan4:31
10."Nanghihinayang" (A Jerimiah original)Mark Mabasa4:38
11."Balatkayo" (An Anthony Castelo original)Modesto Taran3:28
12."Stay" (A Carol Banawa original)Takeoff3:52
13."Star Ng Pasko"X-Factor All Star4:22
Total length:50:58

See also[edit]

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