MANILA -- A 15-year-old boy from Parañaque City is this season's first four-chair turner on "The Voice Teens."
John Mc Earl Estrada, 15, earned the approval of all four coaches with his performance of Iñigo Pascual's "Dahil Sa 'Yo."
"Parang napaka-presko. Parang biglang pumresko 'yung hangin dito sa loob ng studio habang kumakanta ka. That's why you got all four of us na umikot para sa'yo, and we were all just smiling at ini-enjoy lang namin 'yung performance mo," Lea Salonga told Estrada.
Sarah Geronimo, for her part, said: "Alam mo, nakakatuwa na mapanood 'yung mga artist na katulad mo na para bang hindi sila nagco-compete. Nagpe-perform lang sila out of love for music, out of love for entertaining people."
Bamboo also lauded Estrada for his "fun" performance.
"You just sounded like you were having fun. It didn't have to be the perfect performance. It doesn't have to be," he said.
"Tama 'yung pinili mong kanta, ang ganda ng boses mo, cool na cool ka lang. Parang pro na 'yung dating mo," Sharon Cuneta said.
Estrada, who admitted to having a crush on Geronimo, eventually chose to be part of her team.
Hosted by Luis Manzano and Toni Gonzaga, "The Voice Teens" airs Saturdays after "Home Sweetie Home" and Sundays after "Goin' Bulilit."