Diverse acts get noticed in Pilipinas Got Talent

(From left) Reynaldo Benavente, four-year-old Gabrielle Ramos, Joel Amper and Alexis Carpena all impressed the judges of Pilipinas Got Talent. Will they be able to enter the next round of eliminations?

Viewers of Pilipinas Got Talent once again witnessed the birth of remarkable talents last Saturday and Sunday (March 6 and 7).

Among the hopefuls who caught the judges’ attention were one man band Reynaldo Benavente who sang and played the harmonica using his mouth, guitar with his hands, and bass guitar with his feet; four-year old Gabrielle Ramos who charmed and impressed the judges with her adorable rendition of Whitney Houston’s hit song "I Have Nothing"; Joel Amper a.k.a. BM o Big Mouth who imitated animal sounds flawlessly; and 21-year-old Alexis Carpena who brought the house down with his isolation dance techniques.

Can they still impress the judges in the next round? Find out the comments of judges Kris Aquino, Ai-Ai delas Alas and Freddie Garcia in the succeeding episodes of PGT. This show is hosted by Billy Crawford and Luis Manzano.

Aside from featuring amazing talents, the show also spotlights sob stories like the case of 32-year old mother Josephine Aton who revealed that she wanted her dad to be proud of her. Meanwhile, young girl Mary Jane, who has been blind since birth, inspired viewers when she still tried out for the show despite her condition.

ABS-CBN’s talent-reality search Pilipinas Got Talent airs every Saturday at 7:30 PM, and every Sunday at 8:30 PM. In addition, Marc Abaya hosts Pilipinas Got More Talent weekdays at 4:45 PM.





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