Moira dela Torre
Moira Rachelle Bustamante Cruzado Dela Torre
General Information
Gender Female
Birthdate November 4, 1993
Age 25
Nationality Filipino
Location Makati City
Occupation Singer-songwriter (pop/love/acoustic)
Team(s) Team Apl
Season(s) 1
Blind Audition song "Hallelujah"
Battles song "One Night Only"
Chairs Turned
Moira dela Torre (born November 4, 1993) is a Filipino singer from Makati City who was a contestant on the first season of The Voice of the Philippines.



Before Moira became the beautiful, confident person that she is, she was once a bit chubby teenager and didn't believe too much of herself. When most girls her age was dealing with their period or transition from elementary to high school, Moira was already battling with anorexia.

Bringing her out to music, Moi later posted videos of her in social media where she got noticed by music and jingle producers. So while in school, Moira started writing her own music, jingles, and accepted voice talent tasks.

So while most teens her age are dealing with lovemakings and gimmicks, Moira is busy writing the next jingle we'd be listening and singing-along to.

Post- The VoiceEdit

In 2014, Moira released her self-titled EP. In 2016, she released Malaya, a song for the Camp Sawi soundtrack. In 2017, she won Himig Handog 2017 with the song Titibo-Tibo. In 2018, she staged a two night-sold out concert at the Kia Theatre entitled Tagpuan. She launched her first album, titled Malaya on February 19, 2018.