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YOU DECIDE: Alisah, Jason, Rence or Leah for "Voice of the Philippines" Grand Winner



MANILA, Philippines - “The Voice of the Philippines” wraps up its Season 2 with the much-anticipated Final Showdown of its top four artists, who are vying to win the grand title in the singing competition’s Live Showdown this Saturday and Sunday night (Feb 28 at Mar 1, 2015) on ABS-CBN.

Alisah, Jason, Rence or Leah for "Voice of the Philippines" Grand Winner

Who among Team Apl’s Alisah Bonaobra, Team Sarah’s Jason Dy, Team Bamboo’s Rence Rapanot, and Team Lea’s Leah Patricio will get the highest percentage of public votes to be hailed as the show’s second grand winner?

VIDEO: Jason Dy sings 'Wrecking Ball' with Charice on 'The Voice PH' Grand Finals
VIDEO: Rence Rapanot sings 'Karaniwang Tao' on The Voice PH' Grand Finals
VIDEO: Alisah Bonaobra sings 'Ako Ang Nagwagi' on The Voice PH' Grand Finals
VIDEO: Leah Patricio sings "Muli", "Titanium" on 'The Voice PH' Grand Finals

As the four artists prepare to go head-to head in this weekend’s finale, coaches Apl, Sarah, Bamboo, and Lea coaches are also busy campaigning, especially on social media to encourage viewers and fans to support their bets.

The winner will receive a trophy designed and crafted by contemporary artist Leeroy New, a house and lot worth P2 million, a music instrument package worth P100,000, shopping spree and Asian tour package worth P350,000, a business package worth P1 million, a new car worth P1 million, a recording and management contract with MCA Music, and P2 million in cash.

“Singing has brought me the happiest and most painful things in my life, but it also brings me hope that I can change my life and my family’s,” said ‘singing tindera’ Alisah, who hopes to go back to school and help her family out of poverty.

Jason, meanwhile, wants to achieve his longtime dream of creating a name in the industry. “It feels great to be a haranista, but I feel happier when I sing on a bigger stage because I am able to convey what I feel to more people through singing.”

Singer-farmer and four-chair turner Rence gears up to win the competition to encourage the younger generation of Filipinos to listen to OPM. “All I want is for people to love our own music, and I’m ready to fight for that,” he said.

Power belter Leah might have joined a lot of singing contests before, but now she is even more determined to build a successful singing career. “This time, I will fight for my family and for the future of my kids so I can provide for their needs,” she shared.

Watch the four artists clash this weekend, as well as the special performances from special guests Jed Madela, Charice, Joey Ayala, and Dulce.