She may have numerous studio albums under her belt.
But Toni Gonzaga's years in the music industry meant very little when she tried to judge singing talent based on looks in Saturday's episode of "I Can See Your Voice."
In the final round, Gonzaga, also a television host, was asked to pick between a girl who claims she can mimic voices of popular divas and a Filipino-American contestant whose dream is to touch lives with her music.
She went with the former, which proved to be the wrong decision. As it turned out, Che Aleshire, who grew up in Ohio before moving to Manila, actually has the voice that would fit right in with the other contestants of "Tawag ng Tanghalan."
Camille Peñaverde, on the other hand, does not. And Gonzaga had to power through a horrible duet of her hit, "Catch Me I'm Falling."
Nonetheless, Peñaverde still won P25,000 for fooling Gonzaga into thinking that she can sing.