BEGINNING Oct. 3, a new breed of talented contenders will battle it out toward becoming the next singing sensation on GMA Network’s all-original musical competition: “The Clash” Season 3.
Known for its exciting twists at every round, this season promises fiercer and tougher singing face-offs where only the best of the best Clashers all over the country will make it to the top.
Returning as Clash Masters are Rayver Cruz and Julie Anne San Jose who are both eager to be back on stage as the competition’s hosts.
“We are happy and excited,” Rayver said. “We know everyone is going through a rough time these days but we’re here to deliver the well-loved surprises of ‘The Clash’ and to introduce our smart, new Clashers,” said Cruz.
San Jose shared that preparations for the show were taken to another level to ensure that strict safety protocols were followed.
“First of all is to observe physical distancing and follow the guidelines and safety protocols. Preparations had to be taken to another level. We don’t have a studio audience but nevertheless, I’m very excited about the Clashers’ performances,” she said.
Also making their way backstage again to get to know the Clashers are Journey Hosts Rita Daniela and Ken Chan.
Taking their seats anew as “The Clash” panel are Lani Misalucha, Christian Bautista and Ai-Ai Delas Alas.
“I always look for someone with a certain uniqueness in his/her voice, someone who sings with genuine emotion and has impressive stage presence and an amazing personality,” Misalucha said. “I’m absolutely excited to see and experience what’s going to happen in this season.”
For Bautista, the vocal battles will be even more intense. “The intensity of judging, guiding and constructively building new champions is very exciting. It will really be more intense and nerve-wracking for the contestants because we are facing tough times right now,” he said.
Join the Clashers as they fight for their dreams in “The Clash” Season 3, every Saturday (7:15 p.m.) and Sunday (7:45 p.m.) on GMA 7. (PR)