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Monday, March 12, 2012

Filipino Talent Cheesa Laureta of The Voice

Here is another Filipino talent that we need to support Cheesa Laureta. She sang "When I was A Boy" during the blind audition for The Voice Season 2. Cee Lo Green was the only judge who pressed the button right at the last few seconds of the song. Cee Lo did the right thing!

On Battle Round, the chosen talents will compete against each other. For Cee Loo's team, he paired Angie Johnson and Cheesa Laureta to sing "Total Eclipse of the Heart". Guess what? Cee Lo chose Cheesa Laureta. Hoping she will get through to the finals.
Cee Lo's Battle Round winners: Cheesa Laureta (Angie Johnson), Jamar Rogers (Jamie Lono), Juliet Simms (Sarah Simms) for Week 1 and 2.


  1. i thought Cheesa is Hawaiian sis.... visiting here!

  2. Yap, she's born in Hawaii just like Jasmine Trias. Cheesa is half-Filipino and her brother Troy is a band mate of Charise Pempengco. By the way, both Cheesa and Troy knows how to speak Bisaya hahaha

  3. uh wow, now they're both had a bright future:) so happy to them! I hope Cheesa will win. have a nice day!

  4. Hmmm, i just found out too. She never mentioned she's Filipino. I wonder.


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