MANILA - A professional back-up singer was given the chance to make it big after landing a spot on Kamp Kawayan in the second season of "The Voice of the Philippines."
Dorothy "Suy" Galvez, 33, has been singing as a professional back-up singer and session musician since 2011. She and her husband make a living through music.
Galvez said she joined "The Voice" to provide a better future for her family.
In the show's episode on Sunday, Galvez wowed Bamboo with her soulful rendition of Louis Armstrong's "What a Wonderful World."
"You have a beautiful voice, very sensual, angelic. But at this moment, it's just not what I'm looking for. But Bamboo saw something I didn't see. Talagang may mata sa likod ng ulo eh," apl.de.ap told Galvez.
"For me, the ending was the most perfect part of that. Everything else kinda felt a little oversung, a little forced," Lea Salonga said.
"May parts ng kanta na parang, hindi naman kinailangan na ganun ang atake, na parang medyo may gigil, at parang medyo ang laki ng boses niyo na medyo galit," Sarah Geronimo explained.
"There's two points of the song, sa gitna, when I reacted, it's beautiful, and then at the end, yes, doon mo nahuli. I'm here as your coach to help you out, let's see what we could do together. Welcome to Kamp Kawayan," Bamboo Mañalac said.
Galvez joined 12 other hopefuls on Kamp Kawayan, which includes Dang del Rosario, Joniver Robles, Kai Honasan, Karlo Mojica, Lougee Basabas, Patricia Gomez, Ramonne Rodriguez, Rence Rapanot, Rita Martinez, Sean Oquendo, Shaira Cervancia and Tanya Diaz.
Watch the full episode in iWant.com.ph and iWantTFC.