- Marcelito Pomoy wowed the judges and audience of “America’s Got Talent: The Champions”
- He sang both the male and female parts of “The Prayer” by Celine Dion and Andrea Bocelli
- During the announcement, the Pinoy singer was called to advance to the semifinals
- He will face other excellent and award-winning performers from across the globe
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Marcelito Pomoy successfully advanced to the semifinals of “America’s Got Talent: The Champions” after amusing the audience with his version of “The Prayer.”
KAMI learned that the Filipino singer received a standing ovation from the judges and audience after he showcased both his famous soprano and falsetto voices.
During his much-talked-about performance, the “Pilipinas Got Talent 2011” winner left Simon Cowell and the other American judges astonished because of his voice.
Howie Madel even got shocked as soon as Marcelito opened his mouth to sing the first line of the famous Celine Dion song.
“That was so unique! You are a beautiful, wonderful singer with a young woman trapped inside of you,” he quipped.
Although the Pinoy musician pulled off a stellar performance, he was still not able to get the golden buzz so his automatic advancement to the semifinals did not happen.
However, with the help of the voting public which they call “superfans,” Marcelito advanced to the next round to face other excellent performers.
Watch the video of his performance below:
In a previous article by , the other details about the epic performance of Marcelito in “America’s Got Talent” were reported here.
Marcelito Pomoy is a well-known singer in the Philippines. He gained prominence after joining and winning the second season of “Pilipinas Got Talent” way back in 2011.
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