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X Factor Philippines Winner, Results Revealed (October 7, 2012 Episode)

The first "X Factor Philippines" winner has been named on Sunday, October 7, 2012.

It's no other than KZ Tandingan of Digos City.

Twenty-one-year-old Kristine Zhenie "KZ" Tandingan won herself P4 million worth of cash and other prizes, including an exclusive recording contract with Star Music.

Here are the official results of the overnight text and online voting:

KZ Tandingan - 54.77% (Winner)
Gabriel Maturan - 32.33% (Second Placer)
Daddy's Home - 12.90% (Third Placer)

NoypiStuff readers, who participated in the blog's fun poll, got the results right. Great job, guys! And thanks for voting.

KZ Tandingan First 'X Factor Philippines' Grand Winner?

KZ Tandingan will be the first ever grand winner of "The X Factor Philippines," according to NoypiStuff readers who participated in the blog's fun poll.

As of 7pm tonight, 3,113 votes have been cast on the overnight poll which asked "Who do you think will be first 'X Factor Philippines' winner?"

A total of 1,625 (52.2%) said the title will go to the songstress from Digos City. One reader commented KZ is "a perfect singer beyond compare" while another stated she "has more X factor" than the other two grand finalists.

Gabriel Maturan of Dipolog City is not far behind and currently second with 1,358 votes or 43.62% of the total votes. One particular Noypi all the way from Ontario, Canada said that they love Gab for his "fantastic voice" and that he is "generally different" compared to the other two.

Meanwhile, Daddy's Home of Metro Manila only received 130 votes or 4.18% of the overall votes.

The first grand winne…

X Factor Philippines Grand Finals (October 6, 2012 Episode)

"The X Factor Philippines" aired its much-awaited last performance night on Saturday, October 6, 2012.

After weeks of performing on the "X Factor" stage, the remaining 3 contestants, Gabriel Maturan of Dipolog City, KZ Tandingan of Digos City, and Daddy’s Home of Metro Manila, showcased their most crucial performances, witnessed live by thousands at the PAGCOR Grand Theater in Paranaque City and several viewers watching at home.

The show opened with a number featuring Asia's Nightingale Lani Misalucha and the grand finalists.

Daddy's Home, who had dodged a number of elimination episodes, then kicked off the showdown with their rendition of Gary Valenciano's "Gaya Ng Dati." The judges thought it was perfect to start the show but none of them said it was enough to win the whole competition.

Next to perform was Gabriel Maturan, who has never been in the bottom two. He did a version of the coronation song of "American Idol" winner Fant…