SUPERSTAR coaches and performers Sarah Geronimo, Bamboo and Lea Salonga will once again search for kiddie artists with big voices in the second season of the top-rating and Twitter-trending The Voice Kids starting Saturday, June 6.

This season, the coaches are more aggressive than ever, using new tricks to convince an artist to join their respective teams in the Blind Auditions—the first stage of the competition.

“What we’re really looking for are kids who can sing better than our Season 1’s Top Four. And I think we found them,” said coach Lea.

Coach Sarah, who mentored Season 1 grand winner Lyca Gairanod, shared, “It’s hard to find really unique voices. It’s where we come in as coaches to help them improve as artists.”

As in the first season, each coach must have signed up 18 kiddie artists for their teams by the end of the Blind Auditions.

“Yes, voice is the defining thing. With kids, there’s a whole lot more involved. I have a good feeling this season I’ll find somebody special,” said coach Bamboo.

The pilot episodes features a fashionista, a football heartthrob, an artist who likes to impersonate other singers, a kid who will make coach Lea teary-eyed and a boy who will proudly represent his tribe in Bukidnon.

Who will impress the coaches? What are the stories behind the voices of the first three chair turners of the season?

See the premiere of The Voice Kids Season 2 today, June 6 on ABS-CBN. (PR)