Mitoy joins "Home Sweetie Home"Mitoy Yonting will be part of John Lloyd Cruz's and Toni Gonzaga's new romantic-comedy show, "Home Sweetie Home."
The romantic-comedy television show will start airing this November. It replaced Vhong Navarro's "Toda Max."
Mitoy, the winner of the first-ever "The Voice of the Philippines," said he has yet to receive the P2 million grand prize he must receive from the reality singing contest.
The singer understands it is not easy for ABS-CBN to just hand over P2 million since it's a huge amount of money. The truth is, he is more excited to receive his Ford Focus.
Aside from the prize money and the car, Mitoy also won an Asian tour package for two and a four-year contract with MCA Music Philippines.
For now, Mitoy is not receiving any talent fee yet because all his shows are still part of "The Voice of the Philippines." He is only receiving "honorarium" for his work.
He has no complaints though. He is very happy to be blessed by so many things.
Meanwhile, Mitoy shared that he is thrilled to be a part of Philippine Ballet Theatre's two-night concert called "Sayaw at Serye," which will be held on November 15 and 16. This will happen at the Cultural Center of the Philippines.
Mitoy, together with the other singers, will be interpreting teleserye songs that were arranged by master conductor Gerald Salonga.
The belter will be interpreting "Hanggang sa Dulo ng walang Hanggan," "Ngayon at Kailanman" and "Kailangan Kita." These are the same songs he has been singing even before he won in the contest.
Early next year, he will start working on his album. Mitoy said he hopes some OPM songs can be a part of the album. "OPM akong tao. Bakya man kung tawagin ng iba yun, pero kakantahin ko."
Mitoy had his first concert abroad already when they went to the US. He is happy to note that the Filipinos there supported him during the One Kapamilya Go tour.
"Nakaka-touch para gumastos sila at bumiyahe galing from different states para makarating lang at makanood ng two-hour show. Marami silang sinakripisyo."
It was especially memorable for him because it was his first time to be in the United States. Although the travel time was tiring, he felt instantly energetic upon setting foot in the country.
It's another dream come true for Mitoy, he added. He also shared just how lucky he feels to be given another chance at the age of 43 years old.
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