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VIDEO: Young Heartthrob Luke Alford makes 3-chair turn on 'The Voice'


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MANILA, Philippines - Ten year-old kid from Batangas wowed the three coaches as they turned their red chairs in the Blind Auditions of ABS-CBN's popular vocal competition "The Voice Kids" Philippines Season 2 on Saturday, June 27, 2015.

Young Heartthrob Luke Alford makes 3-chair turn on 'The Voice'

The young heartthrob performed Train's hit “Hey, Soul Sister.”

"Yun kasi ang kinakailangan kong bata. kahit di perpekto ang pagkanta basta nasa puso &malakas kapit sa pangarap nila," Coach Sarah said to Luke.

"I would love to help you na yung star mo talagang nagpunta dun sa kalangitan," Coach Lea said to him.

Manwhile, Luke chose Team Lea and will join with other artists Bianca Marbella, Reynan Dal-Anay, Stephanie Jordan, Noah Anthony Anderson, Esang de Torres and Joemar "Dodong" Lazarraga.

WATCH: The Voice of the Philippines Blind Audition "Soul Sister” by Luke Alford (Video courtesy of ABS-CBN)


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As of now, Team Sarah is leading with ten artists: Mandy Sevilla, Iya Dator, Alyssa Celo, Francis Ryan Lim, Gian Tambis Ale, Ken Membrano, Krystle Campos, Kyle Echarri, Zephanie Dimaranan and Kenshley Abad.

Making up Kamp Kawayan, meanwhile, are Nikki Apolinar, Altair Aguelo, Atascha Mercado, Christian Pasno, Lance Macalinao, Romeo Espino, Lance Kharl Macalinao, Martina Ortiz Luis and Benedict Inciong.

"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.

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