MANILA – The journey of Filipino-American singer Kathrina Feigh on “The Voice” in the United States has come to an end.
Feigh lost to Keisha Renee during the knockout rounds despite her powerful rendition of Alicia Key’s “Girl on Fire.”
Nonetheless, Feigh remains in high spirits, as seen in her social media posts, despite her elimination in the singing competition.
“GOD IS SO GOOD. My heart is so full of love and fire. I am so grateful for my The Voice family for giving me the biggest and most incredible opportunity in the world! Truly blessed for being able to represent the Filipino community and every immigrant out there who dreams of The American Dream. I feel like I’ve already won,” she said on Instagram.
She likewise thanked the coaches of “The Voice” for being instrumental in her journey, as well as her family and fans who supported her throughout the competition.
Feigh hopes “to influence and inspire other artists that this could happen to them too.”
“This is only the beginning. I am more passionate than ever—let’s add fuel to this FIREEEE,” she said.
Feigh is a musical theater graduate. Both of her parents are from Manila and their family moved to the United States when she was nine years old.