Vanjoss wins P2M cash, a recording contract with MCA Music, and a house and lot from Camella Homes
Vanjoss dominates The Voice Kids Philippines
KAPAMILYA DAY - Kane Errol Choa (The Philippine Star) - November 6, 2019 - 12:00am

Being declared as The Voice Kids grand champion and reunited with his mother for good must be the best birthday gifts for Vanjoss Bayaban of Team Sarah.

Vanjoss, who is celebrating his birthday today, or three days after the finals night, dominated the fourth season of the singing-reality competition with 62.11 percent of combined text and online votes.

“Una sa lahat, nagpapasalamat po ako sa Panginoong Diyos na nagbigay sa akin ng talento ko.  Pangalawa po ang parents ko na laging sinusuportahan ako. At pangatlo po ang supporters ko na laging andiyan,” he said.

The coaches and the finalists Sarah Geronimo with Vanjoss Bayaban, Bamboo with Carmelle Collado and Lea Salonga with Cyd Pangca

Vanjoss impressed the viewers with his rendition of You Raise Me Up in the power ballad round on Sunday night at the Resorts World Manila.

He showed his versatility with his interpretation of Titanium and touched the hearts of many when he sang Habang May Buhay with his coach Sarah Geronimo Saturday night.

Throughout his journey, Vanjoss said coach Sarah always reminded him to veer away from birit and to sing from the heart.

“Bilin lang po sa akin ni coach Sarah, magdasal.  Dapat ang pagkanta ay galing sa puso at ang kinakanta ay may emosyon na naaayon sa pagkanta,” he said.

As the grand champion of The Voice Kids Season 4, Vanjoss won P2M cash, a recording contract with MCA Music, and a house and lot from Camella Homes.

When asked what he intends to do with his cash prize, Vanjoss said, “Ibibigay ko po sa Mama at Papa ko para sa kinabukasan ng mga kapatid ko. Pangalaw ko po, makabili ng magagarang sasakyan.”

His dad, Bayani Bayaban, explained that Vanjoss would usually feel dizzy whenever they take the bus traveling from their hometown in Pangasinan to Metro Manila. 

Vanjoss will also get his wish for his family to be together from hereon as his mom Evelyn, who has been working in Hong Kong for three years, promised to stay for good.

He recalled that when he first won a P2,000 prize money, he called his mom and asked if she could come home. But he was told that it would not be enough to meet the needs for the family.

When he won P20,000, he called his mom again and tried to convince her to return to the Philippines. Again, he was told that they would need more to ensure a bright future for the family.

Now that he won P2M, Vanjoss said, “Hindi ko na po siya papaalisin. Sama-sama na po kaming pamilya.”

Dubbed as the Breathtaking Balladeer, Vanjoss looks forward to making the rounds of shows in ABS-CBN and hopefully performs with his idol, Darren Espanto, who was a grand finalist in The Voice Kids Season 1.

Vanjoss was a three-chair turner when he sang My Love Will See You Through in the blind auditions this season. It was his first time to join a national singing competition.

Joining Vanjoss in the final showdown were Carmelle Collado of Kamp Kawayan (coach Bamboo Mañalac) with 24.74 percent and Cyd Pangca of FamiLea (coach Lea Salonga) with 13.15 percent.

Carmelle wowed the audiences with her performances, singing Bridge Over Troubled Water, Love On Top and Let It Go with coach Bamboo.

Cyd, another three-chair turner, made a successful comeback this season by entering the grand finals. He performed This is the Moment, Come Alive and True Colors with coach Lea Salonga.

Past winners and artists of The Voice Philippines, The Voice Teens and The Voice Kids like Jason Dy, Elha Nympha, Morisette Amon, Thor, Isabela Vinzon, Jeremy Glinoga and Moira dela Torre performed a medley of Christmas songs.

Hosted by Toni Gonzaga and Robi Domingo, The Voice Kids Final Showdown can be viewed online via iWant.

 Being declared as The Voice Kids grand champion and reunited with his mother for good must be the best birthday gifts for Vanjoss Bayaban of Team Sarah.

Vanjoss, who is celebrating his birthday today, or three days after the finals night, dominated the fourth season of the singing-reality competition with 62.11 percent of combined text and online votes.

“Una sa lahat, nagpapasalamat po ako sa Panginoong Diyos na nagbigay sa akin ng talento ko.  Pangalawa po ang parents ko na laging sinusuportahan ako. At pangatlo po ang supporters ko na laging andiyan,” he said.

Vanjoss impressed the viewers with his rendition of You Raise Me Up in the power ballad round on Sunday night at the Resorts World Manila.

He showed his versatility with his interpretation of Titanium and touched the hearts of many when he sang Habang May Buhay with his coach Sarah Geronimo Saturday night.

Throughout his journey, Vanjoss said coach Sarah always reminded him to veer away from birit and to sing from the heart.

“Bilin lang po sa akin ni coach Sarah, magdasal.  Dapat ang pagkanta ay galing sa puso at ang kinakanta ay may emosyon na naaayon sa pagkanta,” he said.

As the grand champion of The Voice Kids Season 4, Vanjoss won P2M cash, a recording contract with MCA Music, and a house and lot from Camella Homes.

When asked what he intends to do with his cash prize, Vanjoss said, “Ibibigay ko po sa Mama at Papa ko para sa kinabukasan ng mga kapatid ko. Pangalaw ko po, makabili ng magagarang sasakyan.”

His dad, Bayani Bayaban, explained that Vanjoss would usually feel dizzy whenever they take the bus traveling from their hometown in Pangasinan to Metro Manila. 

Vanjoss will also get his wish for his family to be together from hereon as his mom Evelyn, who has been working in Hong Kong for three years, promised to stay for good.

He recalled that when he first won a P2,000 prize money, he called his mom and asked if she could come home. But he was told that it would not be enough to meet the needs for the family.

When he won P20,000, he called his mom again and tried to convince her to return to the Philippines. Again, he was told that they would need more to ensure a bright future for the family.

Now that he won P2M, Vanjoss said, “Hindi ko na po siya papaalisin. Sama-sama na po kaming pamilya.”

Dubbed as the Breathtaking Balladeer, Vanjoss looks forward to making the rounds of shows in ABS-CBN and hopefully performs with his idol, Darren Espanto, who was a grand finalist in The Voice Kids Season 1.

Vanjoss was a three-chair turner when he sang My Love Will See You Through in the blind auditions this season. It was his first time to join a national singing competition.

Joining Vanjoss in the final showdown were Carmelle Collado of Kamp Kawayan (coach Bamboo Mañalac) with 24.74 percent and Cyd Pangca of FamiLea (coach Lea Salonga) with 13.15 percent.

Carmelle wowed the audiences with her performances, singing Bridge Over Troubled Water, Love On Top and Let It Go with coach Bamboo.

Cyd, another three-chair turner, made a successful comeback this season by entering the grand finals. He performed This is the Moment, Come Alive and True Colors with coach Lea Salonga.

Past winners and artists of The Voice Philippines, The Voice Teens and The Voice Kids like Jason Dy, Elha Nympha, Morisette Amon, Thor, Isabela Vinzon, Jeremy Glinoga and Moira dela Torre performed a medley of Christmas songs.

Hosted by Toni Gonzaga and Robi Domingo, The Voice Kids Final Showdown can be viewed online via iWant.

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