“TAWAG NG TANGHALAN” GRAND FINALISTS TO BE COMPLETED THIS WEEK”

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  • 13 of the best singers from all around the country to compete in grand finals set on September 28

    The final wildcard contestant or “resbaker” in “Tawag ng Tanghalan” will be known this Saturday (Sep 21) and compete in the grand finals on September 28.

    Among all the final “resbakers,” Kim Nemenzo of Visayas was the first to be inducted into the final seat of power on Monday (September 16) after having garnered a 100% score of the madlang people votes.

    For the rest of the week, Kim will try protect her position in the seat of power, which allows her the privilege to choose three “resbakers” who will engage in a three-way vocal showdown. The winner from the first round will compete head-to-head against her in the final round to determine whether she will remain in the final seat of power or give way to the new resbaker and owner of the throne.

    The Final Resbak week will conclude on September 21 with the final contender to complete the roster of 13 grand finalists, and will continue into the week-long grand finals or ‘huling tapatan’ on September 23 (Monday).

    Who among the final resbakers will get a chance to compete with grand finalists Elaine Duran, Ranillo Enriquez, John Mark Saga, John Michael Dela Cerna, Charizze Arnigo, Jonas Oñate, Violeta Bayawa, Julius Cawaling, Shaina Mae Allaga, Rafaello Cañedo, Mariko Ledesma and Jermaine Apil?

    The newest “Tawag ng Tanghalan” grand champion will win a brand new house and lot, a livelihood package, a family vacation package, a management contract with ABS-CBN, a recording contract under TNT Records, and P2 million.

    Don’t miss the battle of voices and dreams in “Tawag ng Tanghalan,” in the noontime variety show “It’s Showtime,” in ABS-CBN. For updates, like www.facebook.com/TawagNgTanghalan and follow @tntabscbn on Twitter. To watch the program’s episode online, just download the iWant app (iOs and Andoid) or register via iwant.ph.

     

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