Team Sarah remains positive after ‘The Voice Kids 2’ results
Joyce Jimenez ( - August 26, 2015 - 3:00am

MANILA, Philippines - The members of Sarah Geronimo's team in ABS-CBN "The Voice Kids" remain positive despite not making it to the grand finals.

This season, Team Sarah did not make it to the top four of ABS-CBN's reality talent show. This is the first time in the competition's four-season history that Sarah's singers failed to make it in the top two. During the first season, Team Sarah's Klarisse de Guzman placed second to Team Lea's Mitoy Yonting.

Meanwhile, Team Sarah's Lyca Gairanod  and Jason Dy won "The Voice Kids" and "The Voice of the Philippines" season two, respectively.  

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For the second season of "The Voice Kids," the four grand finalists came from Team Lea and Team Bamboo, namely Reynan, Esang, Sassa and Elha.

However, despite the results, Sarah’s young artists Kyle Echarri and Zephanie Dimaranan remain positive and thanked everyone who supported them in the competition. This is amidst the different reactions of the netizens regarding the results of the competition.

On Tuesday, Kyle posted a photo of him and Zephanie being hugged by Coach Sarah. The caption for the photo goes: “And everything is okay.”



And everything is okay...

A photo posted by Kyle Echarri (@kyle._.echarri) on


This was followed by another post where he said that he’ll “forever be grateful for Coach Sarah," who inspired him to "never to never give up.”



Forever grateful for Coach Sarah @justsarahg @itsjustsarahg @popsters25 who inspired me to never give up.

A photo posted by Kyle Echarri (@kyle._.echarri) on


On the other hand, Zephanie thanked Sarah for her "love and care" during their stay in "The Voice Kids."



She also thanked everyone who supported her and Kyle in their journey in the competition saying, “Salamat po sa lahat ng pagmamahal ninyo sa amin.”


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