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VIDEO: Kyle Echarri performs "Night Changes" on The Voice Kids Season 2


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MANILA, Philippines - Kyle Echarri performed One Direction hit song "Night Changes" during the premiere episode of the blind auditions of ABS-CBN's top-rating and Twitter-trending singing reality show 'The Voice Kids' Season 2 Philippines aired on Saturday, June 6, 2015.

 Kyle Echarri performs "Night Changes" on The Voice Kids Season 2

The 11-year old singing football hearthrob from Cebu City impressed the judges Sarah Geronimo and Bamboo MaƱalac. Echarri was convinced by Coach Sarah.

When asked why he chose Team Sarah, Kyle said he knows Coach Sarah more than the rock icon.

Watch: The Voice Kids Philippines Blind Audition "Night Changes" by Kyle Echarri (video courtesy of ABS-CBN)


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The coaches opened the show as they sang "Start of Something New" from the High School Musical.

The superstar coachers and performers will continue to search for the for kiddie artists with big voices on Sunday (June 7) and on the following weeks.

As in the first season, each coach must complete 18 kiddie artists for their teams by the end of the Blind Auditions.

The new season follows the format of the second regular edition of The Voice Philippines which consists of Battles, Sing-offs and Live Shows.

The pilot episode of 'The Voice Kids' Season 2 dominates online conversations with '#TheVoiceKids2PH' among the trending topics.

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