- Marcelito Pomoy was able to amaze the judges and audience of “America’s Got Talent”
- He stunningly sang both the male and female parts of the popular song titled “The Prayer”
- However, the Pinoy singer also encountered problems before and during his performance
- He also decided to thank his wife and supporters for being with him on his international journey
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Marcelito Pomoy willingly admitted to the public that he also encountered difficulties during his much-talked-about performance in “America’s Got Talent: The Champions.”
KAMI learned that the Filipino singer joined the said international competition and he sang both the male and female parts of “The Prayer.”
He was able to wow the American judges and audience of the popular show and he successfully advanced to the semifinals.
Through a lengthy social media post, Marcelito expressed his gratitude to the people who showed support to him on his “America’s Got Talent” journey.
He also thanked his wife for being by his side when he went to the stage to introduce himself to the judges and millions of viewers.
The “Pilipinas Got Talent 2011” winner revealed that he had difficulty adjusting to the mechanics of the show since he was told to cut his performance to 2 minutes.
He stressed that the time allotted for him was too short since he used to sing the entire “The Prayer” by Celine Dion and Andrea Bocelli.
The singer also quipped that he was really nervous during his performance because he knows that the contest is for all the champions of “Got Talent” franchises.
“Maraming salamat sa aking maybahay na nagpalakas ng loob ko. Siya ang nagpilit sakin na lumaban dahil natatakot po talaga ako kasi nga hindi ko kayang mag-english at hindi ko alam kung magugustuhan nila ang talento ko...
“Ang sabi ng asawa ko, wag lang daw akong magkamali at kumanta lang ako ng maayos dahil ang nakakatakot daw ay makatanggap ako ng X. Isa pa po, nicut nila ung kanta into 2 minutes kaya medyo nahirapan akong mag adjust at nasanay akong kantahin ng buo yung The Prayer….
“Pero talaga ngang napakabuti ng Panginoon na hindi lang ako binigyan ng pagkakataon makapagperform sa international stage ng isang beses kundi may pangalawang beses pa. Ipagdasal po nating lahat na makayanan ko pa ang sunod na laban… Maraming maraming salamat po,” Marcelito wrote.
In a previous article by , the other details about his epic performance that received standing ovation were reported here.
Marcelito Pomoy is a well-known singer in the Philippines. He is prominent for having beautiful tenor and soprano voices.
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