Three Pinoy acts enter Asia's Got Talent Season 3 finals

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Three Pinoy acts (L-R) Junior Good Vibes, Power Duo, and Shadow Ace made it to the grand finals of Asia's Got Talent Season 3.

Three Filipino acts have shown their extraordinary talents in the grand finals of Asia's Got Talent Season 3.

Power Duo, Shadow Ace, and Junior Good Vibes were seen in the show's grand finals aired on April 4, 2019.

Power Duo, a pair of acrobatic dancers composed by real-life couple Anjanette and Gervin, performed a highly-dangerous stunt. Anjanette did not have a harness while she danced above the ground while holding onto a rope pulled by Gervin.

They ended their sweet, poetic dance with a kiss.

Judge Jay Park said about their performance, "I think that ending might win you Asia's Got Talent."

After hearing praise from the judges, Anjanette exclaimed, "Maraming salamat po!"

Power Duo previously won Pilipinas Got Talent's fifth season in 2016.

Dance group Junior Good Vibes performed a baseball-themed dance act. The members did tumbling stunts to the tune of Taylor Swift's "Shake It Off."

After the performance, judge David Foster told the Pinoy group, "It's probably the most unique dance group and performance that I have ever seen."


Philip Galit, who is known as Shadow Ace, impressed the judges with his funny and inspiring shadow act about rising above the judgment and mockery of other people.

He performed his act using popular songs such as "I Will Survive," "Material Girl," "One Night Only," and "And I Am Telling You."

Anggun said about the performance, "It's so inspirational, it's so deep, it's so meaningful. I think you should be able to do whatever you want in your life, and I think, with the love of your parents, thank you, again, for raising this beautiful child."


The three Pinoy acts are vying for the grand prize of $100,000 (equivalent to over PHP5 million pesos).

The other Asia's Got Talent 3 grand finalists are: magician Eric Chien, Cyr Wheel dancer YANG SHIH HAO, and dance group MANIAC family from Taiwan; singing quarter NAMA and human calculator YAASHWIN SARAWANAN from Malaysia; and singer Siti Saniyah from Indonesia.


Fans may cast their votes on Asia's Got Talent's official website until 11:59 of April 10, Singaporean time.



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