This Contestant Joins ‘Tawag Ng Tanghalan’ But Ended Up With ‘Pinoy Big Brother’ Audition Slot

This Contestant Joins ‘Tawag Ng Tanghalan’ But Ended Up With ‘Pinoy Big Brother’ Audition Slot

A 14-year old ‘Tawag Ng Tanghalan’ contestant from Davao del Norte named Angeline Reposposa caught Mariel Rodriguez-Padilla’s attention because of her outfit closely resembling that of It’s Showtime host. Comedian Vice Ganda was quick to point out that the similarities did not just end with the wardrobe but with the personality and mannerisms.

The segment went to Vice and Mariel asking Angelie what her plans and dreams are where the 14-year old responds, “…makakanta lang dito ma’am, ok na yun, ma’am.” But when Vice asked if she were interested to join Pinoy Big Brother, ecstatically she shouted, “Yes, ma’am!”. She drew applause and laughter from the entire “It’s Showtime” studio, with her innocent demeanor and unabashed excitement about becoming an “artista.”

Angeline, who comes from a family of singers, said that aside from going professional, one of her dreams is to join the reality TV show’s upcoming season. Her post-performance interview on Saturday snowballed into an audition piece for “PBB” that also saw her dancing.

Apparently catching the attention of producers of “Star Hunt” — ABS-CBN’s televisied audition caravan for several Kapamilya shows, including “PBB” — hosts Vice and Mariel were informed, during the live show, that Angeline had just earned a slot for a legitimate audition.

Angeline had the audience laughing as she struggled to choose between staying on in “Tawag ng Tanghalan” and joining “PBB,” should she become a defending champion and a newly appointed housemate.

That dilemma unfolded in a conversation with the “Kuya,” the all-seeing figure of “PBB,” who turned out to be host Jhong Hilario imitating the distinct voice.

After her beautiful take on Whitney Houston’s One Moment in Time, Angelie proved that she is more than just a singing voice. She did win among the crop of fresh contenders, but failed to unseat the defending champion Mayleah Gom-Os.

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