Roel Manlangit wins Pilipinas Got Talent Season 4

Roel Manlangit of Bukidnon wins the P2 million prize of Pilipinas Got Talent Season 4.



Thirteen-year-old singer Roel Manlangit is the winner of Pilipinas Got Talent Season 4.

The YouTube sensation from Bukidnon garnered 30.22 percentage of votes, allowing him to win the P2 million cash prize.

He wants to rebuild their house that was destroyed during Typhoon Pablo.

During the June 2 performance night, Manlangit showed his powerful voice with his rendition of Bamboo’s "Noypi."

The winners of ABS-CBN's reality show were announced during the results night held at the Pagcor Grand Theater in Parañaque City last night, June 3.

Manlangit follows in the footsteps of past winners of Pilipinas Got Talent, namely Jovit Baldivino (Season 1), Marcelito Pomoy (Season 2) and the Maasinhon Trio (Season 3).

Frankendel Fabroa emerged as the first runner-up after performing stunts using a giant metal ring. The Ringman of Tondo was able to get 26.07 percent of the votes.

The MP3 Band became the second runner-up for getting 17.48 percent of the votes.

The Bottom 3 finalists were given P50,000 each.

The blacklight dancers Zilent Overload received 11.91 percent; breakdancers D’Intensity Breakers got 11.87 percent while the car drifting duo Lateral Drift Productions got 2.44 percent of the votes.

Concert Comedy Queen Ai-Ai delas Alas performed the opening number during the June 3 results night. She entertained the crowd through her rendition of "Where Have You Been."

Jhong Hilario performed a stunt with Lateral Drift Productions. The Showtime mainstay also performed with the D'Intensity Breakers.

Zia Quizon sang "It's the Climb" while Frankendel Fabroa displayed his moves using his giant metal ring.

Roel Manlangit then performed "I Will Always Love You" with Zsa Zsa Padilla.

The X Factor Philippines grand winner KZ Tandingan was partnered with the MP3 Band as they performed "Yugyugan Na."


Pilipinas Got Talent is hosted by Luis Manzano and Billy Crawford. Ai-Ai, Kris Aquino and ABS-CBN executive Freddie M. Garcia served as the judges in this edition.

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