Alisah Nina Luz Salacot Bonaobra was born on April 22,1995 and is a Filipino singer who participated in the second season of The Voice of the Philippines, in which she finished as runner-up.
24 Facts About Alisah Bonaobra
In 2017, Bonaobra competed in the fourteenth series of The X Factor.
Alisah Bonaobra was born to a family that made their living through selling at the sidewalk since 1987.
Alisah Bonaobra participated in singing contests such as Eat Bulaga's now-defunct Gymeoke segment.
Alisah Bonaobra studied at St Scholastica's College's Conservatory of Arts, although her scholarship was revoked after she was found to have participated a televised karaoke contest while wearing her school uniform; this was prohibited under the rules of the college.
In July 2014, Alisah Bonaobra 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 November 2014, Alisah Bonaobra 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".
In July 2016, Alisah Bonaobra competed for the WCOPA held in Long Beach, California.
Alisah Bonaobra performed "I Surrender" for open entry and "All By Myself" for pop entry.
Alisah Bonaobra won a gold medal for industry award, as well as silver medals for broadway entry, gospel entry, and variety entry.
Alisah Bonaobra broke down in tears and as Scherzinger went to the stage to comfort her, she begged for a second chance and sang again in front of Scherzinger.
At the Judges Houses, Alisah Bonaobra performed Sam Smith's "Lay Me Down".
Alisah Bonaobra was sent home by Osbourne, but later won the public wildcard vote for the Girls category, sending her through to the live shows.
Alisah Bonaobra performed Jordin Sparks' "This Is My Now" on her first live shows, where she received a standing ovation from the judges and the audience.
The third live shows were "George Michael" week, where Alisah Bonaobra performed "Praying for Time".
Alisah Bonaobra received a standing ovation from judges Scherzinger and Osbourne; both praising Bonaobra for outstanding performance, with Walsh calling her "Filipina-Tigress".
Alisah Bonaobra was voted off by the public making her the sixth act to be eliminated.
Alisah Bonaobra sang Whitney Houston's "I Have Nothing" with her celebrity partner, Maricris Garcia to reach the semi-finals.
Alisah Bonaobra performed Swedish House Mafia's "Don't You Worry Child", alongside her mother named Luzviminda Bonaobra.
Alisah Bonaobra performed Whitney Houston's "I Will Always Love You" with her celebrity partner, Ima Castro.
On February 6,2017, Alisah Bonaobra competed in the first season of It's Showtime's Tawag ng Tanghalan with Roland "Bunot" Abante and Raul Tubil.
Alisah Bonaobra performed Ted Ito's "Maghintay Ka Lamang" in the daily round.