Birit Bagets is a segment that that concluded on 7 July 2001. It is a singing competition for teenage children who can belt out vocally challenging songs.
The segment is similar to the more iconic segment Birit Baby, a singing competition for younger children.
Angeline Llamosa, the 17-year-old singer of Meycauayan, Bulacan, was hailed as the grand winner of the competition.
Elimination rounds Edit
Grand finals Edit
The grand finals was held on Saturday, 7 July 2001. It was hosted by Joey de Leon, Toni Rose Gayda, Vic Sotto, Jimmy Santos, Ruby Rodriguez, and Anjo Yllana. Six contestants competed against one another, showcasing their level-up vocal performances in the final round of the competition.
The panel of judges included Center for Pop Music founder Butch Albarracin, Metro Pop musical director Lorie Ilustre, singer-songwriter Ogie Alcasid, hitmaker Janno Gibbs, and singer Jaya. The criteria for judging were as follows:
- 40% – Voice quality
- 30% – Interpretation
- 20% – Diction
- 10% – Audience impact
Angeline Llamosa, the 17-year-old singer of Meycauayan, Bulacan, was hailed as the grand winner of the competition. She took home the cash prize of ₱50,000 and a scholarship from the Center for Pop Music.
Non-winners each received a consolation prize of ₱3,000.
Below is a list of hosts who have handled the segment at some point in its run. This includes main, co-, substitute, and one-time presenters.
Grand finals Edit
The grand finals was held on Saturday, 7 July 2001. It was hosted by Joey de Leon, Toni Rose Gayda, Vic Sotto, Jimmy Santos, Ruby Rodriguez, and Anjo Yllana. Six contestants competed against one another, showcasing their level-up a capella performances in the final round of the competition. Bowspak Sounds of Caloocan City was hailed as the grand winner at the end.
Sylvia Kristel Bullo
|Mark Christian Mesia||Angeline Llamosa|
|Dioseyl Fornes||14||Caloocan City||"What Kind of Fool Am I?"|
|Sylvia Kristel Bullo||12||Carmona, Cavite||"The Long and Winding Road"|
|Christian Alvear||16||Tondo, Manila||"Happy"|
|Marjorie Inumerable||13||Quezon City||"I'll Never Love This Way Again"|
|Mark Christian Mesia||12||Binangonan, Rizal||"Ikaw"|
|Angeline Llamosa||17||Meycauayan, Bulacan||"Isang Lahi"|
|Angeline Llamosa||17||Meycauayan, Bulacan||Grand winner|
- The grand finals of Birit Bagets was replayed in full on Tuesday, 31 March 2020. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic that resulted in the suspension of all live shows, Eat Bulaga! opted to replay throwback videos of some of its most iconic segments from way back in the past.
- Birit Bagets grand finalist Christian Alvear is notable for being the first-ever grand winner of That's My Boy in 1991.
List of contestantsEdit
There are six known contestants who competed in the Birit Bagets.
|List of Contestants|
|Christian Alvear||16||Tondo, Manila|
|Sylvia Kristel Bullo||12||Carmona, Cavite|
|Dioseyl Fornes||14||Caloocan City|
|Marjorie Inumerable||13||Quezon City|
|Angeline Llamosa||17||Meycauayan, Bulacan|
|Mark Christian Mesia||12||Binangonan, Rizal|