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Walking through history

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The end is almost here. As of today, there are only five shows left to play—Leeds, London, Paris, Madrid and Lisbon. When the next Backstory comes out, I’ll be on a plane heading home to Manila, gathering my strength for the Battle and Knockout Rounds on “The Voice of the Philippines.”

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‘Hosting can be draining’

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LUIS Manzano

“The tongue also gets tired… sometimes, it doesn’t cooperate at all,” said Luis Manzano, a host of “The Voice of the Philippines,” which airs on ABS-CBN.

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Guaranteed feasts for the eyes

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STVITUS

And we returned to the United Kingdom to continue the “A Musical Affair” tour. To be more precise, I was back in London earlier while the boys of Il Divo headed to Paris for a promotional TV appearance. We met up in Newcastle for the concert on Tuesday night. Tomorrow, we will be in Nottingham.

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Mitoy Yonting has an album, at long last

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Mitoy Yonting

After winning the reality singing competition “The Voice of the Philippines,” Mitoy Yonting landed a role in the sitcom “Home Sweetie Home,” started booking more shows and gigs, and, more recently, launched his first album, “Hanggang Wakas”—something he has been raring to have for the last 30 years.

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Mitoy Yonting wins some, loses some

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YONTING. Grassroots appeal

Mitoy Yonting’s debut studio recording, “Hanggang Wakas,” comes on the heels of other releases from “The Voice of the Philippines’” alumni, like Klarisse de Guzman, Paolo Onesa, Myk Perez and Janice Javier.

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