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VIDEO: Mini Lea Salonga Esang de Torres turns 3 chairs on 'The Voice Kids'



MANILA, Philippines - Eight year-old kid Telesa "Esang" de Torres from Tondo, Manila impressed the three coaches as they turned their red chairs in the Blind Auditions of ABS-CBN's top-rating and Twitter-trending singing competition "The Voice Kids" Philippines Season 2 on Saturday, June 20, 2015.

Mini Lea Salonga Esang de Torres turns 3 chairs on 'The Voice Kids'

The Mini Me of Lea Salonga and Promil i-Shine Grand Winner Esang sang Michael Buble "Home."

In order to woo Esang, coach Sarah Geronimo shows off Lyca’s trophy but Coach Bamboo and Lea did something to get back at her.

“Wag mong kalimutan! Sa akin galing si ate Lyca. At si kuya Darren! At si kuya Jason!" coach Sarah tells Esang.

Esang and Sarah
Esang and Coach Sarah
Coach Lea Salonga was quick to argue “yang trophy na yan, past na yan. We’re talking about present and more importantly the future.”

Esang chose to be part of Team Lea, joining Noah Anderson, Bianca Marbella, Reynan Dal-anay, and Stephanie Jordan.

WATCH: The Voice of the Philippines Blind Audition "Home” by Esang de Torres (Video courtesy of ABS-CBN)

VIDEO: Noah Anderson turns 3 chairs on 'The Voice Kids' Philippines

As of now, coach Sarah has already completed half of her team consisting of Iya Dator, Alyssa Celo, Francis Ryan Lim, Gian Tambis Ale, Ken Membrano, Krystle Campos, Kyle Echarri, and Zephanie Dimaranan.

Making up Kamp Kawayan, meanwhile, are Altair Aguelo, Atascha Mercado, Christian Pasno, Lance Macalinao, and Romeo Espino.

The continuation of the pilot episode of 'The Voice Kids' Season 2 dominates online conversations with '#TVK2Blinds' among the trending topics nationwide and worldwide.

"The Voice Kids," which is hosted by Luis Manzano, Robi Domingo and Yeng Constatino, airs Saturdays at 6:45 p.m. and on Sundays at 7:30 p.m.