Who was a resident judge for the only television season of Philippine Idol broadcast in 2006?

The show also included performances from Cueshé, Aiza Seguerra, the SexBomb Girls, G Toengi, Hajji Alejandro, and Gary Valenciano, as well as resident judges Francis Magalona and Pilita Corrales.

Who is Fatima Louise?

Fatima Louise Lagueras is a Filipino singer and youtuber with more than 200 thousand followers. On May 7, 2017, Fatima Louise sang “Runaway Baby” in her audition for the first season of The Voice Teens Philippines Season 1. Coach Lea Salonga and Coach Sarah Geronimo turned for her but she chose Sarah as her mentor.

Where is Camille Velasco now?

When she returned to the US, Velasco settled in Los Angeles, California, and began to work in the studio, and study music and writing at the Musician’s Institute in Hollywood.

Who are the Filipino singers in American Idol?

(Filipino father, Hawaiian/Russian mother, birth name was Nicole Valiente) Reynaldo Lapuz – American Idol contestant (Season 7). Guji Lorenzana – alternative rock, pop rock solo artist, American Idol contestant (Season 3). Ramiele Malubay – American Idol contestant (Season 7). Thia Megia – American Idol contestant (Season 10).

What is the first version of Idol in the Philippines?

Philippine Idol is the first version of the Idol series in the Philippines, the 35th country in the world to air a local Idol adaptation and the sixth in Asia. The franchise was first awarded by FremantleMedia, 19 Entertainment and CKX, Inc. to ABC Development Corporation (ABC now TV5) in 2006, then to GMA Network in 2008, then ABS-CBN in 2019.

Who is the host of Season 12 of American Idol?

The twelfth season of American Idol premiered on January 16, 2013, as part of the mid-season of the 2012–13 network television season. Ryan Seacrest returned to host. Randy Jackson returned for his twelfth season as judge and was joined by new judges Mariah Carey, Nicki Minaj and Keith Urban, who replaced Jennifer Lopez and Steven Tyler .

Is’American Idol’dead?

” ‘ American Idol’ sudden death: Five guys get cut”. Entertainment Weekly. ^ Mansfield, Brian (February 5, 2014). “American Idol: Hollywood or Home”. USA Today.