Philippine Idol Semifinalists - Wildcards


The following were chosen by the judges to perform in the wild card round, but did not make it to the Final 12. The announcement was made public on September 11, 2006.

  • Jasper Onyx Culala - A law student from Marikina City, Metro Manila. He sang his way around Europe as one of the University of the Philippines Singing Ambassadors. Auditioned in Manila.
    1. Semi-finals: "Windmills of Your Mind" (Dusty Springfield)
    2. Wildcard Round: "Wildflower" (Skylark/Color Me Badd)
  • Joseph Astor II - A band vocalist from Angeles City, Pampanga Province. He has a strong resemblance to actor-heartthrob Piolo Pascual on certain angles. He is a member of the band "Not by Accident" doing gigs in Pampanga. Auditioned in Manila.
    1. Semi-finals: "Why Can’t It Be" (Rannie Raymundo)
    2. Wildcard Round: "Maria Maria" (Santana and The Product G&B)
  • Ramirr Grepo - A musician from Baguio City, Benguet Province. He is a voice teacher at Yamaha Music School and a band member. One of his compositions was adjudged Best Jingle in Red Horse “MuzikLaban,” a competition for unsigned bands. Auditioned in Manila.
    1. Semi-finals: "Bed of Roses" (Bon Jovi)
    2. Wildcard Round: "I Don't Want to Miss a Thing" (Aerosmith)
  • Christina "Ting" Otero - A medical representative from Santa Josefa, Agusan del Sur Province. Auditioned in Davao.
    1. Semi-finals: "Come In From the Rain" (Diana Ross)
    2. Wildcard Round: "Sana’y Maghintay ang Walang Hanggan" (Jolina Magdangal)
  • Ira Patricia Marasigan - A graduate of Ateneo de Manila University from Kawit, Cavite Province. Daughter of theater artists Dennis Marasigan and Irma Adlawan. She sang "Route 66" which was a song popularized by Nat King Cole. Auditioned in Manila.
    1. Semi-finals: "Mr. Melody" (Natalie Cole)
    2. Wildcard Round: "In My Life" (Patti Austin)
  • Yasmin Rose "Suey" Medina - A band vocalist from Marawi City, Lanao del Sur Province. A part of SILK Band who took time off to get married. Auditioned in Manila.
    1. Semi-finals: "Almost Over You" (Sheena Easton)
    2. Wildcard Round: "Best of My Love" (The Emotions)

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