After Pangasinan, KC will head to First Asia Institute of Technology and Humanities in Batangas the following Saturday (Jan 28) to test who among Batangueno hopefuls got the ‘x factor.’
The host-actress is very excited to witness first hand Pinoys talents in singing and to personally see who among them has what it takes to be the next singing superstar.
The competition is open to all Filipinos, aged 13 and above, who can sing and who thinks he or she has the ‘x factor.’ Hopefuls can audition in solo, duo, trio, or group acts. Please bring a minus one CD of your audition piece.
First introduced in the UK, “The X Factor” has conquered more than 30 countries as of mid-2011 and produced more than 50 winners around the world, including Melanie Amaro, who became the first season winner of “The X Factor USA” last month. Who will be the first Pinoy “The X Factor” winner?
Watch out for “The X Factor Philippines,” hosted by KC Concepcion,” airing soon on ABS-CBN.