Pop, ballad, rock
| Alisah Nina Luz Salacot Bonaobra|
22 April 1995 (age 20)
Manila, Philippines (1995-04-22)
Jason Dy, apldeap, Lougee Basabas, Lyca Gairanod, Mitoy Yonting
Alisah Bonaobra Wikipedia
Alisah Nina Luz Salacot Bonaobra (born 22 April 1995) is a Filipino singer who participated in the second season of The Voice of the Philippines, in which she finished as the runner-up. And she is finalist of Eat Bulaga's Just Duet she duets Maricris Garcia.
Alisah was born to a family that made their living through selling at the sidewalk since 1987. She participated in singing contests such as Eat Bulaga's now-defunct Gymeoke segment. She studied at St. Scholastica's College's Conservatory of Music, her scholarship was revoked after she was found to have participated a televised karaoke contest while wearing her school uniform; this was prohibited under the rules of the college.
Alisah rose to fame after a video of her performing "Let It Go" in a karaoke machine in Robinsons Place Manila was uploaded by Henrik Jensen in July 2014.
Two months later, in November 2014, she auditioned for the second season of The Voice of the Philippines where she got through the blind audition rounds with her performance of Jessie J's "Domino". She then chose Black Eyed Peas' apl.de.ap as her coach.
During the semi-finals of The Voice of the Philippines season 2, Alisah performed Lipad ng Pangarap and a duet of One Sweet Day with Daryl Ong. As a result, she was saved from elimination and advanced to the finals. On the first day of the first round of the finals held on 28 February 2015, she performed Ako Ang Nagwagi with Dulce for the duets while for her solo performance, she performed Beyoncé's Love on Top. On the second day of the first round of the finals, her solo song was "Go the Distance" while her duet song with her coach was a medley of "Hero" and "You Can Do Anything". She advanced to the second round along with Jason Dy.
In the second round of the semi-finals, Alisah performed Celine Dion's "All By Myself" but ended up as the runner-up after only getting 47.06% of the votes, losing to Jason Dy.