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The Singing Bee The Singing Bee title screen. Format Game Show Created by Phil Gurin Bob Horowitz Directed by Bobet Vidanes Presented by Cesar Montano Starring The Honeybees Bandble Bee led by Mel Villena Opening theme The Singing Bee theme Country of origin Philippines No. of episodes 222 (total) Production Running time Season 1: 30-45 minutes Monday-Fridays Season 2-4: 1 hour Saturdays and Sundays Season 5: 1 hour Saturdays Production company(s) Juma Entertainment The Gurin Company Distributor Zeal Entertainment Broadcast Original channel ABS-CBN Picture format 480i (SDTV) Original run April 21, 2008 – February 6, 2010 External links Website The Philippine version of The Singing Bee premiered on April 21, 2008 on ABS-CBN. A combinination of karaoke singing and a spelling bee-style competition, this show features contestants trying to remember the lyrics to popular songs.[1] In each episode, six contestants will be selected from the audience to play a series of games that test their knowledge of song lyrics. If a contestant makes an error, he or she will forfeit her chance to get into the "musical chairs". If a contestant is not in a musical chair when the round is over, he or she is eliminated. The grand prize is P1,000,000. It is hosted by Cesar Montano[2]. The house band, Bandble Bee, is led by Mel Villena, with several house singers. Dancing to the band are the house dancers, The Honeybees. On the August 22 episode, the show was supposed to end their first season but it was announced that the show was given an extended run due to insistent public demand. The show's first season finale was aired last September 5, 2008, and was replaced by I Love Betty La Fea. But after the end of Season 1 finale, it was revealed in a teaser wherein the bee singing "The Singing Bee" theme which means The Singing Bee will be returning soon. Recently, another teaser pertaining to its return was aired. The Season 2 is currently a 1-hour show and airs every weekend starting October 11, 2008. On December 28, 2008, the show started the BeeKada Edition wherein 5 groups consisting of 3 members are the contestants. The BeeDeoke Round was removed from the game format. The prizes were increased as well including the Jackpot prize on the Final Countdown which is now worth two million pesos(P2,000,000). On April 18 and 19, 2009, The Singing Bee celebrated their 1st Year Anniversary and it also marked the end of Season 2 but Season 3 will immediately follow starting April 25, 2009. On its Season 3, they replaced the segment Jumblebee round with a new segment called Pics Bee With You Round. On September 2009, the Season 4 finale of The Singing Bee was aired. It was announced on this episode that Season 5 will start on October 3, 2009 with their new schedule every Saturdays at 7:30 pm–8:30 pm. On its Season 5, they brought back the segment Jumblebee round to replace the Pics Bee With You Round based on viewers' requests. Contents 1 Gameplay 1.1 Current Segments 1.1.1 To Bee Corrected (formerly To Bee Continued) 1.1.2 JumbleBee 1.1.3 Singing with the Enemy (formerly Showdown) 1.1.4 The Final Countdown 1.2 Former Segments 1.2.1 To Bee Continued 1.2.2 Pics Bee With You 1.2.3 BeeDeoke 1.2.4 Showdown 2 House Singers 2.1 Current 2.2 Former 2.3 Special Guest Singers (One-Episode Only) 2.3.1 Season 1 2.3.2 Season 2 2.3.3 Season 3 to 4 2.3.4 Season 5 3 Special Episodes 4 List of winners 5 References 6 External links Gameplay At the start of the show, the band plays a song and the host "randomly" gives audience members a chance to sing part of the song. The players are selected through a draw conducted by a private auditing firm. Current Segments To Bee Corrected (formerly To Bee Continued) The host would provide the year the song was released, the performer, and the title of the song. A portion of the song is performed and wrong line is sung at the end, and then the contestant has to attempt to correct the wrong line of the song. If correct, they advance to the next round, and a new song is introduced, which the next contestant in line must attempt; if not, they have to step back, and the next person in line tries the same song. A song is thrown out if none of the remaining contestants get the line correct. The first four people who get a song line correct move on to the second round. JumbleBee Similar to Scrambled Lyrics in the US version, while the band is performing, words from the next line are shown scrambled on screen. The contestant is required to sing the line in its correct order. When one contestant is correct and the other is wrong at any point, the one who was correct moves on to the Chorus Showdown Round.During season one the 4 contestants is divided into two 1on1 groups and the winners of the 2 groups go on to the Chorus Showdown Round but during season two the format was changed into all four contestants facing off with one another and the 3 winners here goes on to the next round. Singing with the Enemy (formerly Showdown) Only one song is sung during the whole round and all the contestants take turns in singing parts the song continuously.A correct lyrics is equal to one point and the song continues to the next contestant.If a contestant is wrong they lose the chance to gain a point.The player with the least points in the end of the round is eliminated and the 2 remaining contestants move on to the Beedeoke round. However on BeeKada Edition to eliminate 2 groups (1 group will eliminated if in case of vacancy of the defending champion) then proceed to the Final Countdown. The Final Countdown Mel Villena introduces this concluding round by announcing in song: "It's The Final Countdown!" (based on a song called "The Final Countdown" by hard rock band Europe.) Originally, the Final Countdown was played in exactly the same was as the American version, however it was completely revamped. The winner of the main game faces off against the reigning champion. To determine who goes first, a toss-up is started. The host gives a name of a song. The first player to buzz in first with the correct artist will go first. They are given a song, the year, and the artist. They then will need to sing the correct lyrics. If correct, they win P30,000. If not, the opposing player will need to sing the correct lyrics to win the cash. If any player sings the correct lyrics, they will have the right to start the next song. If neither gets the right lyric, a toss-up is played again to determine who will start the next song. Seven songs are played. Whoever gets the most money becomes champion, however, if a player can correctly identify four lyrics, they will automatically win P2,000,000. In the event of a tie, the champion always wins. It was revised due to BeeKada Edition select 2 of the three members of the group. Former Segments To Bee Continued The host would provide the year the song was released, the performer, and the title of the song. A portion of the song is performed, and then the contestant has to attempt to sing the next line of the song. If correct, they advance to the next round, and a new song is introduced, which the next contestant in line must attempt; if not, they have to step back, and the next person in line tries the same song. A song is thrown out if none of the remaining contestants get the line correct. The first four people who get a song line correct move on to the second round. Pics Bee With You Contestants are shown pictures as clues use pictogram to the line they are supposed to sing. BeeDeoke The contestants try to sing a song in a fill in the blanks format and correctly answer 15 blanks,a correct word is equal to one point and the contestant with more points move on to the next round. Showdown This follows a similar format to the first round, but instead of singing a line, the contestant is required to sing the entire chorus without mistakes from the song performed. If both are correct or incorrect (sometimes after two rounds), then they go to a tiebreaker, where they are given the year and the name of the performer and the first person to buzz in will be given the option of singing or passing. If the singer is correct, they win. If the singer is wrong, the other contestant wins. The winner moves on to the "Final Countdown". House Singers Some house singers in The Singing Bee feature some finalists from Philippine Idol, Star in a Million Season 2, Pinoy Dream Academy and others. By the end of Season 2, the main house singers were now referred to as the "SongBees". Current Apple Chiu (from Philippine Idol) Frenchie Dy (Champion of Star in a Million Season 2) Michael Cruz (from Star in a Million) Led Sobrepeña III MC Castro (from Saia band, formerly known as Metafour) OJ Mariano (from Star in a Million Season 2) # # - Season 2 only Former Ivy Joy Maniquiz (from the acoustic group Ivy League) Sheng Belmonte (from Pinoy Dream Academy Season 2) Sheryl Kao Jason Torreda Ken Dingle (from Philippine Idol) Third Casas ( From group Romboys Club) Arms Cruz (from Philippine Idol)+ Hannah Pesy+ + - Sub-singers Special Guest Singers (One-Episode Only) Season 1 Chad Peralta (from Pinoy Dream Academy) Gary Valenciano Pepe Smith Rico J. Puno Sheryn Regis Rachel Alejandro Aiza Seguerra Andrew E. Season 2 Sarah Geronimo (October 11, 2008) Sam Milby (October 12, 2008) Sheryn Regis (November 23, 2008) Arnel Pineda (January 4, 2009) Rachelle Ann Go (January 11, 2009) Gary Valenciano (February 8, 2009) Mark Bautista (February 22, 2009) Guji Lorenzana & Janelle Jamer (February 28 & March 1, 2009) Manilyn Reynes, Rachel Alejandro & Aiza Seguerra (April 19, 2009) Season 3 to 4 Sheryn Regis (May 2, 2009) Sheryn Regis & Jed Madela (May 3, 2009) Nikki Gil (May 16 & 17, 2009) Zsa Zsa Padilla (June 27, 2009) Billy Crawford (June 28, 2009) Erik Santos (July 26, 2009) APO Hiking Society (September 19, 2009) Christian Bautista (September 26, 2009) Season 5 Rachelle Ann Go & Jed Madela (October 3, 2009 & October 10, 2009) Special Episodes Some episodes of the show have been considered as "Special Episodes" having different themes and contestants based on the category given. Filipino Songs Jukebox Movie Themes (July 21, 2008) Little Big Star and Little Big Superstar contestants (July 24, 2008) - Rhap Salazar as Defending Champion Radio Disc Jockeys (July 25, 2008) - Rnold Rey as Challenger Pageant Queens (July 26, 2008) Special Week-Long Birthday Celebration of Buboy (July 28 - August 1, 2008) Comedians (July 29, 2008) Pinoy Rock (August 1, 2008) Retro (August 4, 2008) Girl Power Boys Will Be Boys Duets (August 20, 2008) The Singing Bayan (August 25, 2008) Bee Can Dance (September 1, 2008) Hapunan (September 2, 2008) Novelty (September 3, 2008) Name Game (September 4, 2008) Pinoy Dream Academy (season 2) Top 6 Scholars (September 5, 2008) It's The BEE World After All (October 26, 2008) Bee Afraid, Bee Very Afraid (November 1, 2008) Makulay ang Beehive (November 22, 2008) Araw, Bee-tuin, Buwan (November 29, 2008) A Bee-ry Merry Christmas (December 21, 2008) 'Di lang pang-Artista, pang-BEErit pa (December 28, 2008) BEE to the 80's (January 24, 2009) Pasko ng Pagka-BEE (April 12, 2009) BEES Like It Hot (April 18, 2009) Happy 1st Anni-BEE (April 19, 2009) Green BEES Movement (May 2, 2009) Ha-BEE Mother's Day (May 10, 2009) Malayang BEE Yan (June 13, 2009) Bee to School (June 14, 2009) Haligi ng Kantahan (June 21, 2009) Kasal, Kasali, Kantahan (June 27, 2009) Just BEE it (July 4, 2009) - Michael Jackson Tribute episode Happy Birthday, Buboy! (August 1 & 2, 2009) We'll Bee Missing You! (August 15, 2009) - Cory Aquino Tribute episode BEE-bong Boy Band (August 29, 2009) Crazy for BEE (August 30, 2009) - Madonna Episode BEELIB sa New Wave (September 5, 2009) TWO BEECOME ONE (September 12, 2009) BEEyaheng Langit (September 20, 2009) Royal BEE (September 26, 2009) GaBEE ng Lagim (October 31, 2009) BEE Wish You a Merry Christmas (December 19, 2009) Let's BEEgin 2010 (January 2, 2010) Bagong Taon, Bagong Beehive (January 9, 2010) Beauty and the BEES (January 16, 2010) BeeFF (January 23, 2010) Boses ng Pinoy (January 30, 2010) 'Til We Bee Again (February 6, 2010) List of winners Aiza Seguerra, on July 8, 2008, became a champion of The Singing Bee twice, but after her second win of the PHP1,000,000 jackpot, she gave up her throne to give chance for others. The same thing happened to Rachel Alejandro, where she gave up her throne as defending champion. She defeated her co-contestant singer Bituin Escalante."[3] Show Date Winner Total Prize Players Season May 19, 2008 Stephen Norries "Steno" Padilla[4] P1.0+ Million Text Player 1 July 2, 2008 Rachel Alejandro P1.34 Million Celebrity Player 1 July 8 & 9 , 2008 Aiza Seguerra[3] P2.08 Million Celebrity Player 1 October 18, 2008 Manilyn Reynes P1.03 Million Celebrity Player 2 January 17, 2009 Jestoni Alarcon, Janus del Prado, & Jason Abalos (Team Pieta) P2.11 Million Celebrity Player 2 October 10, 2009 Team X-Mhin P2.11 Million Celebrity Player 5 References ^ The Signing Bee: Feature Article Program via www.abs-cbn.com 01-02-2009 ^ Thou shalt not forget the lyrics - INQUIRER.net, Philippine News for Filipinos ^ a b abs-cbnnews.com, Seguerra reigns supreme on 'The Singing Bee' ^ abs-cbnnews.com, Aiza rakes in P2.08M at 'Singing Bee' External links The Singing Bee at ABS-CBN.com The Singing Bee at Telebisyon.net v · d · eABS-CBN Franchised Endemol Reality Show Pinoy Big Brother · Pinoy Dream Academy · Pinoy Fear Factor Game Show Games Uplate Live · Kapamilya, Deal or No Deal · 1 vs. 100 · Music Uplate Live Reality Show Pilipinas Got Talent · The Biggest Loser: Pinoy Edition · Junior MasterChef Pinoy Edition Game Show The Singing Bee · Wheel of Fortune · Pinoy Bingo Night · Twist and Shout · The Price Is Right Asianovela My Girl · Only You · Lovers in Paris · Green Rose Telenovela I Love Betty La Fea · Rubi · María la del Barrio · Nasaan Ka Elisa? 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