Monday, November 17, 2014

Viral Singer Alisah Bonaobra Performed Domino on The Voice PH

YouTube Star Alisah Bonaobra performed Jessie J’s hit “Domino” during the Blind Auditions round of the highly anticipated and chart topping musical variety show in the country “The Voice of the Philippines Season” on Sunday November 16, 2014.
YouTube Star Alisah Bonaobra performed Jessie J’s hit “Domino” during the Blind Auditions round of the highly anticipated and chart topping musical variety show in the country “The Voice of the Philippines Season” on Sunday November 16, 2014.

Alisah Bonaobra who became a most talked topic online when a video of her, singing the Walt Disney’s Frozen soundtrack “Let It Go” has surfaced YouTube uploaded by Henrik Jensen on July 2014 in Robinsons Mall Manila.

Bonaobra on September has made her name viral again belting out “Patuloy ang Pangarap” which was popularized by singer Angeline Quinto.

Bonaobra was a former Bachelor of Music student until she lost her scholarship program.
She also helps her family make a living by selling cooked food on the sidewalk in Kalaw.

Belting out Jessie J’s hit Domino, her purpose was to help her family, made the three coaches satisfied to turn their chairs for her.

Watch Alisah Bonaobra Belts Out Jessie J’s hit Domino on The Voice PH 2:

Bonaobra chose to join the list under Team Apl. With Mecerdita Quiachon, Bradley Holmes, Jannet Cadayona, Mark Cando and Samantha Felizco.

Team Sarah’s members: Mark Douglas Dagal, Carol Leus, Daniel Ombao, Demie Fresco, Jason James Dy, Kokoi Baldo, Monique Lualhati, and Vanessa Monot.

Team Lea’s members: Charlie Catbagan, Nino Alejandro, singing chemist Philippe Go, Jose Manuel Cubil, Leah Patricio, Miro Valera, and Timothy Pavino.

Kamp Kawayan’s members: Lougee Basabas, Shaira Cervancia, Ramonne Rodriguez, Dang Del Rosario, Kai Honasan, Karlo Mojica, Rence Rapanot, and Tanya Diaz.

The Voice of the Philippines Season 2 is hosted by Toni Gonzaga and Luis Manzano, along with Alex Gonzaga and Robi Domingo as the V Reporters.

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