Saturday, April 24, 2010

Voices of McDonald from the Philippines and Korea ^^

Chenee Capuyan, a McDonald’s restaurant employee from Davao Del Sur, Philippines, stunned celebrity judges and an audience of more than 14,000 with a powerful performance of Destiny’s Child’s “Stand Up for Love” to win the Voice of McDonald’s global singing competition.panel of internationally-renowned music industry professionals judged the final competition: Estelle, Grammy Award-winning R&B singer; Troy Carter, chairman/CEO of Atom Factory, Inc., whose clients include Lady Gaga; Walter Afanasieff, Grammy Award-winning music producer whose credits include recordings by Mariah Carey and Celine Dion; and prominent entertainment attorney Ken Hertz.

A 20 year old employee of McDonald's Korea Jin Hur from Goyang City, South Korea, took second place and received $15,000.

Jesus Molinares from Lima, Peru,landed third to win $10,000. McDonald’s executives upped the ante by adding $5,000 to the second and third place prizes after hearing the finalists’ outstanding performances.


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