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It’s royal rumble in ‘The Clash’

In the exciting conclusion of the group performance round “Royal Rambol,” we will find out which other group is safe, and which will be disbanded and will have to compete against each other in the program’s first-ever four-way “Matira Ang Matibay” round.

Also, don’t miss the opening performance of special guest judge, The Original Concert Queen, Pops Fernandez in tonight’s episode.

This week the Top 12 grouped themselves into three vocal quartets. Jennie, Jessica, Audrey, and Shannen become Lakambini.

Larnie, Renzie, Yuri and Sheemee are Four of A Kind. And Fritzie, Princess, Niña and Cholo make up All New Vibe.

While the Clashers perform as groups, they will still be evaluated as individuals by our distinguished Clash Panel -- Christian Bautista, Ai Ai deals Alas, and still joined by Pops Fernandez.

Rayver, Julie Anne, Rita, and Ken
How will this three-way group play out? Clash Masters Julie Anne San Jose and Rayver Cruz will reveal tonight including a new twist to the game that will surely catch the Clashers by surprise.

And of course, Journey Hosts Ken Chan and Rita Daniela will be waiting backstage to bring you all the dish and drama that happens backstage

as the competition becomes more intense and the elimination more painful. 

“The Clash, Isa Laban sa Lahat” airs right before “Kapuso Mo Jessica Soho” every Sunday. 

Topics: The Clash , Julie Anne San Jose , Rayver Cruz , Rita Daniela , Ken Chan
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