Lea, Apl and Sarah fought hard for a steal from Kamp Kawayan.
The coaches literally had their mouths open when they heard the vocals of rocker chicks Tanya Diaz and Shairah Cervancia. It was a close battle as the two sang “Banal na Aso.” Coach Apl dubbed their performance “dynamite” and Coach Bamboo was very proud of his artists. In the end, Coach Bamboo had to choose the more versatile of the two and he went for Tanya.
Luckily for Shairah, Coaches Lea, Apl and Sarah all wanted her in their team. Coach Sarah reminded Shairah that she didn’t choose her during the blind auditions and she even danced to get her. Coach Sarah’s pitch must have worked because a teary Shairah chose to be in Coach Sarah’s team.
Douglas Dagal and Vanessa Monot both enjoyed their performance of the song “As.” Coach Bamboo commended Vanessa’s stage presence, but all three coaches went unanimously for Douglas. Coach Sarah felt the same and thought Douglas was the more consistent and soulful performer of the night.
Thara Jordana battled with Jem Cubil with the song “No Air.” The coaches noted the tandem’s sizzling connection on stage. They also praised Thara for singing the song emotionally. However, it was Jem who technically sang the song better than Thara and Coach Lea had to pick him.
Coach Lea chose crooners Emil Sinagpulo and Mic Llave to go head to head with the song “More Than Words.” Coach Bamboo said Mic was more effortless in his singing. Coach Lea seemed to feel the same because Coach Lea went for Mic.