- A 23-year-old Bingo announcer aced his audition in Pilipinas Got Talent
- Josief Valenzuela amazed the audience when he mimicked the voice of famous celebrities
- The judges were also impressed and three of them gave their "yes" votes
Cebu native Josief Valenzuela brought six different personalities to the Pilipinas Got Talent stage.
Josief said he will sing, but when he opened his mouth, the audience got a surprising shock!
It turned out that Josief is a voice impersonator.
First he sang with the voice of former president Joseph Ejercito Estrada.
Then he switched to SOCO reporter Gus Abelgas.
He also impersonated singer Gary Valenciano, reporter Marc Logan, action star Fernando Poe Jr, and comedian Babalu.
Despite entertaining the audience and the judges, though, Angel Locsin decided not to give him her vote.
Luckily, the other three judges decided to let him move on to the next round.
Both Vice Ganda and Freddie Garcia made Josief promise that he still has a lot of tricks up his sleeve for the next round.
"Marami ka pang iba? Kasi baka pag papasa ka namin, sa susunod, 'yan pa rin ang gagawin mo," said Vice.
After assuring them that he can do other impressions, Vice also gave his yes vote.
Josief works as a Bingo announcer for county fairs. Although he is 23 years old, he is also studying in high school.
Pilipinas Got Talent is on its sixth season. It airs every Saturday and Sunday on ABS-CBN.
The judges are Robin Padilla, Vice Ganda, Angel Locsin, and Freddie M. Garcia.
It is hosted by Billy Crawford and Toni Gonzaga.
Winners from earlier seasons are Jovit Baldovino, Marcelito Pomoy, Maasinhon Trio, Roel Manlangit, and Power Duo.
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