With 44.78% of the total votes during the show’s finale, she’s undeniably the ultimate grand winner of “The Voice Teens Philippines.” Coached by Sarah Geronimo, Jona Soquite (13 years old) impressed both the coaches and viewers with her powerful performances from the blind auditions all the way to the grand finals last July 29-30, 2017. As the grand winner, Jona took home a brand new house and lot, a business/dental/fashion service package, P1 million cash, and P2 million-worth of insurance plan.

Jona competed against three other teens: Mica Bercerro (from FamiLea), Isabela Vinzon (from Camp Kawayan), and Jeremy Glinoga (from Team Sharon).

Prior to joining The Voice Teens Philippines, this Davaoeña also joined the World Championships of the Performing Arts (WCOPA) competitions in 2015 as a grand finalist although she didn’t take home the top prize.

Announcement of Grand Winner:

Jona’s Grand Finale Song: I Believe I Can Fly

Duet with Coach Sarah Geronimo:

Solo Upbeat Song:


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