Kyle John Paradillo Echarri is a Filipino singer and actor. He was born in Orange County, California and started singing at the age of one. His family moved to Cebu City, Philippines in June 2014. Echarri rose to prominence and made his first television appearance at the age of eleven when he joined season 2 of The Voice Kids, where he landed Top 6 under Sarah Geronimo's Team. Just six seconds after he started singing One Direction's "Night Changes" during the blind auditions, Coaches Bamboo and Sarah already turned for the then 11-year-old Cebuano footballer eventually choosing to be part of Team Sarah. A commemorative album was then released by MCA Music featuring Kyle Echarri's performances tracks "Got To Believe in Magic" and "Hero".
|Born||Kyle John Paradillo Echarri, June 20, 2003, Orange County, California, U.S.|
|Occupation||Singer, actor, endorser, model|
|Agent||Star Magic (2016–present)|
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|Spotify||Kyle Echarri's Spotify|
Season two contestant on The Voice Kids (Philippines) who turned the chairs of Coach Sarah and Coach Bamboo.
He opened The Voice Kids competition by singing One Direction's "Night Changes."
He advanced to the live show round of The Voice Kids, sharing a 5th/6th place exit with Zephanie Dimaranan.
He's originally from Orange County, California, but his family moved to Cebu City, Philippines in June 2014. His younger sister Bella has been featured in his YouTube videos. He dated Francine Diaz.
A published video of him singing Sam Smith's "Stay With Me" surfaced in June of 2015.
- The Voice Kids (Philippine TV series) contestants
- Filipino child singers
- Filipino male child actors
- ABS-CBN personalities
- Star Magic
Latest information about Kyle Echarri updated on June 21 2021.