- The TNT Boys would like to thank Vice Ganda for thinking of making them into a singing group
- The three wouldn’t have gained the fame they have now had they decided to stay as individual performers
- Since their inception, they have travelled to the US, UK, and Australia
In a recent interview, Francis Concepcion, Mackie Empuerto, and Kiefer Sanchez, collectively known as the TNT Boys, they thanked Vice Ganda for forming the group that instead of pitting them against each other in competition, that they become the TNT Boys instead. Because of that action, they wouldn’t be where they are today and they are eternally grateful. Same as how Simon Cowell formed One Direction at the X-Factor, UK.
Here is their interview with PUSH.
Since their inception, they have been featured and have performed in the Little Big Shots franchises around the world.
Little Big Shots, UK
Little Big Shots, US
Little Big Shots, Australia
Noticing a trend? Even 70’s disco icons the BeeGees have noticed these boys.
Also YouTube sensation Jessie J loves them so much. Watch the video here.
And of course, Ellen Degeneres.
Wow! If it weren’t for Vice Ganda, this would never have happened.
What are your thoughts on this? Could the TNT Boys have figured it out on their own or was it good for Vice Ganda for stepping in? Leave your comments below.
The TNT Boys, according to them, was the brainchild of Vice Ganda.
The young preteens initially started as competitors of the Tawag Ng Tahanan Kids when Vice Ganda thought of instead of pitting the boys against themselves, that they form a singing group.
Best decision ever.
In a previous report by KAMI, Video clip of the TNT Boys being featured in Little Big Shots goes viral..
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