All You Need to Know
About the Newest Set
of “Your Face Sounds Familiar Kids”
By Anthony Ken
The newest breed of kiddie performers are set to wow everyone with their cute transformations and show-stopping performances as “Your Face Sounds Familiar Kids” returns for another season. 8 child stars will once again take the center stage and showcase their unique talents while dressed as big local and international musical icons.
But before the show starts tonight, let us get ourselves more familiar with these cute kiddie performers:
FRANCIS CONCEPCION, MACKIE EMPUERTO, AND KEIFER SANCHEZ – BIGSHOT TRIO
Starting as competitors in “Tawag ng Tanghalan Kids,” the impressive vocal trio of Francis Concepcion, Mackie Empuerto, and Keifer Sanchez first made waves online with their rendition of the Beyonce-classic “Listen.” Now, they have performed on international stages, including in the UK and US versions of “Little Big Shots,” even getting the attention of world-renowned host Ellen Degeneres.
MARCO MASA – ANGHEL NG MASA
Marco Masa has already played numerous roles in TV but mainly rose to fame via the hit primetime series “Nathaniel,” where he played the young angel Nathaniel, whose mission was to instill values in the hearts of many. Indeed, he captivated viewers not only with his adorable looks, but also with his incredible acting talent that instantly touched everyone’s hearts.
CHUN SA – BULILIT KIKAY
A “Goin’ Bulilit” mainstay, Chun Sa was first introduced in “It’s Showtime’s” segment “Mini Me,” where she impersonated Maja Salvador. Like her idol, she can rock it on the dance floor and definitely has a knack for acting, having appeared in some Kapamilya TV series and hit movies.
ONYOK PINEDA – BIBONG ASTIG
We all know Onyok from “FPJ’s Ang Probinsyano” – the small yet tough kid who is ready to fight side by side with his Kuya Cardo (Coco Martin). Popular for his catchphrase “Hay naku,” Onyok easily won the hearts of viewers and even moviegoers as he also starred in one of the highest-grossing Filipino films, “The Super Parental Guardians.”