"The Voice Kids" is perhaps the singing show in the country which has produced very successful artists in the industry.
With their talents and versatility, the kids — who are now all grown up — are slowly carving their own paths be it as singers, actors, or even Youtubers. Either way, their love for singing has never changed and will probably still be the same even years from now.
So if you're wondering what some of the alumni have been up to now, scroll down and see how much they've grown in the past years:
Lyca is now a full-time Youtuber while juggling her showbiz stint. She has over 1.3 million subscribers on her channel, with videos that range from make-up tutorials, daily life vlogs, and song covers.
Juan Karlos Labajo
The "Buwan" hitmaker has been active in the industry since winning third place on the first season of "The Voice Kids." He appeared in television series "Pangakao Sa'Yo" and "A Love To Last" before taking an indefinite hiatus in 2020.
He is currently dating "Asia's Next Top Model" fifth season winner Maureen Wroblewitz.
From singing, to acting, to hosting, and doing endorsements, Darren has tried them all since his "The Voice Kids" stint in 2014. He is currently an MCA Music and Star Magic artist, and he made his big screen debut in the 2018 blockbuster "The Hows of Us."
He is also one of the hosts of "Your Face Sounds Familiar's" online companion show alongside AC Bonifacio.
Darlene has left the limelight after "The Voice Kids." She is now mostly doing covers and making her own music by uploading it on her Youtube channel. Just recently, she uploaded the music video of her composition "Kupido."
Esang de Torres
Esang has become more active in the musical theatre industry after her "The Voice Kids" stint. She played Little Cosette in the Manila run of "Les Misérables," as well as Matilda in the Manila run of Broadway's "Matilda the Musical".
She was also a contestant in the second season of "Your Face Sounds Familiar Kids" where she finished third. She is currently doing song covers in her growing Youtube channel.
Although still very much active in making music, Kyle has become more prominent in acting after being part of the teen group "The Gold Squad" from "Kadenang Ginto." He also made his big screen debut in the 2017 drama "Seven Sundays" and starred in his first iWant movie "Silly Red Shoes" alongside his reel partner Francine Diaz.
He currently stars in the primetime series "Huwag Kang Mangamba."
After winning the second season of "The Voice Kids," Elha went international when she appeared on the second season of Steve Harvey's "Little Big Shots". She also participated in the French version of the show called "Little Big Stars."
In 2019, she debuted in the "ASAP" trio called J.E.Z alongside Janine Berdin and Zephanie. She is now also a Youtuber and uploads various content on her Youtube channel.
Sassa continued making music after "The Voice Kids" as she debuted her songs "Pasensya Ka Na" and "Hulog ni Bathala." She was also part of TV5's Sunday variety show "Sunday Noontime Live" which ended last January.
Zephanie may have not won "The Voice Kids," but she found her spotlight when she was hailed as the first "Idol Philippines." Since then, Zephanie has been tapped for various theme songs such as the teleserye "The Killer Bride" and Star Cinema Movie "James and Pat and Dave."
She is also part of the "ASAP" trio J.E.Z alongside Elha and Janine Berdin.
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