Alexandra Trese Voiced by Rufa Mae Quinto? TikTok Has Made It Happen
TikTokers have been crazy creative with dubbing the Babaylan-Madirigma.
(SPOT.ph) Trese is making practically everyone extra-creative lately. The Netflix adaptation has inspired all sorts of content online: fan art, video edits, lots and lots of memes, and, of course, some truly unique dubbing. Undeniably, one of the most talked about factors of the animated adaptation was Liza Soberano's first voice-actor stint as the lead character, the mysterious Alexandra Trese.
All the hot takes were thrown around online that even Jay Oliva, executive producer, spoke up to say that both Soberano and Fil-Canadian Shay Mitchell did great jobs. Soberano voiced the Tagalog version while Shay Mitchell did the English one. With the many opinions online, folks even started acting on the possibilities—by making their own versions.
There were epic fan edits with the voices of big stars on social media, while others decided to give Trese their own unique touch. Cue TikTokers circulating a short clip from the first episode where they dubbed Alexandra with their own voices. Some of them took the challenge seriously while others, well, they just wanted to give us something different. Check out the most unique dubbing takes below!
Watch the Funniest and Most Creative Trese Dubs:
Alexandra Trese as Kris Aquino, Rufa Mae Quinto, and even Angel Locsin? Why the heck not, say these talented TikTokers.
#duet with @maronnecruz nabaliw na naman. Not sure if Krissy or Mayor Joy ????? original sound - Maronne Cruz
We see this happening.
Are we sure this isn't actually Rufa Mae Quinto in disguise?
Or why not give it your own flair by changing up the attitude or lingo? Someone even took it up a notch and changed the story a bit.
That voicing is perfect.
Anyone else get college days flashbacks?
A Bisaya Trese is what we need.
That "Susmaryosep" got us good.
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