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Jem Cubil and Happy Feet Make it to ‘Pilipinas Got Talent’ Grand Finals

The fifth and sixth grand finalists of the country's number one talent-reality show "Pilipinas Got Talent" have been named.

After the overnight voting, the tap dancing brothers Ramonito and Lolito Mata known as “Happy Feet” led nationwide votes that automatically gave them the fifth grand finalist slot. Judges, on the other hand, must choose whom between 17-year-old singer Jose Emmanuel “Jem” Cubil from Talisay City, Cebu, and 24-year-old singer Collins Gutierrez from San Pedro, Laguna, who ranked 2nd and 3rd place in text votes, will also make it to the grand finals.

Judges Kris Aquino, Ai Ai Delas Alas, and Freddie “FMG” Garcia made a unanimous decision and all voted for Jem Cubil to be the sixth grand finalist for season 2.

This Saturday, May 22, who among semi-finalists Filogram from Baguio City, Maribeth Callanta of Dagupan City, Genevieve Rochelle Arandia from Las Pinas, First Beat Effect from Bacolod City, Next Generation Band of Davao del Norte and John Michael Narag of Pangasinan will make it to to the finals?

Don’t miss “Pilipinas Got Talent 2,” hosted by Luis Manzano and Billy Crawford, airing every Saturday and Sunday, 8:45 PM on ABS-CBN.

19 Comments on Jem Cubil and Happy Feet Make it to ‘Pilipinas Got Talent’ Grand Finals

  1. oh my god jem is very handsome man actually his my crush!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  2. Go JEM!
    Although sa tingin ko, ndi rin ito papasok sa showbiz for now.. Mas uunahin nito ang pag-aaral.. Bata pa!
    Pero sana kagatin na habang mainit.
    Total package ito at talagang may potential na sumikat.. Sana hin di na ito pakawalan ng ABS

  3. inggiterang marie // May 17, 2011 at 1:25 pm //

    hoy marie, kung sino ka man. magtago ka na sa lungga mo kasi hahahuntingin kita! ikaw ang panget ang boses jan! panget ka na nga, panget pa boses mo, panget pa din ugali mo. echuserang froglet ka! bobita!

  4. kapamilya ruled // May 17, 2011 at 10:44 am //

    PGT is superb!

  5. ABS CBN has again found a prospective tv/movie star material in the person of jem cubil. He’s young,tall, very telegenic and exudes a lot of charisma. His singing and playing the guitar are an added bonus.

  6. Dinaan lang sa kagwapohan pangit parin ang boses nya.

  7. a combination of talent and personality, an asset to succeed in the entertainment industry. he got it!

  8. Condessa // May 16, 2011 at 10:37 pm //

    Mga buang fans ng GMA … manlalait, nanood naman. Panoorin nyo GMA shows para naman mag rate.

  9. GMA network nets P534M, down 37.5% in Q1 // May 16, 2011 at 9:01 pm //

    By Doris Dumlao
    Philippine Daily Inquirer
    First Posted 15:51:00 05/16/2011

    Filed Under: Media, Television, Earnings, business

    MANILA, Philippines—Broadcasting giant GMA Network posted a 37.5-percent decline in first-quarter net profit to P534 million compared with the same period last year, which had benefited from extraordinary political advertising ahead of the Presidential elections.

    In a press statement on Monday, GMA-7 reported, however, that regular advertising and subscription accounts in the first quarter grew by 18 percent from a year ago. Consolidated gross revenues from regular advertising and subscription accounts in the first three months amounted to P3.138 billion from P2.652 billion a year ago, after stripping off P973 million worth of political ads.

    Airtime revenues delivered by platforms television and radio from regular advertisers grew by 21 percent to P2.865 billion from a year ago. Flagship business unit Channel 7 and GMA Radio hiked regular advertising revenues by 25 percent and 19 percent, respectively.

    Offshore unit GMA International made subscription and advertising revenues worth P230 million this first quarter, up by 3 percent in dollar terms but down by 2 percent in local currency terms due to the appreciation of the peso against the US dollar.

    Offshore channels GMA Pinoy TV (GPTV) and GMA Life TV (GLTV) hiked subscriptions by 10 percent and 2 percent, respectively, this first quarter. GMA International is also preparing for the launch of GMA News TV (GNTV) international edition in July, the broadcasting firm said.

    On the other hand, GMA’s syndication sales and acquisition arm, GMA Worldwide Inc. (GWI), sold P6.6 million worth of programs with new markets in Kenya , Tanzania , Vietnam , Malaysia and Brunei .

    Newly launched GNTV made P12 million from its launch in February 28 till end-March. GNTV is the first and only free-to-air news and public affairs channel on VHF (Very High Frequency).

    Despite the extraordinary revenues from political spending last year, GMA said it continued to thrive this non-election year with a modest increase in its total operating expenses by 3 percent to P1.99 billion compared with a year ago. General and administrative expenses increased by 14 percent to P914 million year on year due to the company’s promotional activities to expand nationwide presence. The amount invested on ads and promotions almost doubled to P113 million during the first three months from last year.

    The quarter finished with cash flow as measured by earnings before income, taxes, depreciation, and amortization (Ebitda) of P926 million, 34 percent lower than the same period last year.

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  10. GMA network nets P534M, down 37.5% in Q1 // May 16, 2011 at 8:59 pm //

    By Doris Dumlao
    Philippine Daily Inquirer
    First Posted 15:51:00 05/16/2011

    Filed Under: Media, Television, Earnings, business

    MANILA, Philippines—Broadcasting giant GMA Network posted a 37.5-percent decline in first-quarter net profit to P534 million compared with the same period last year, which had benefited from extraordinary political advertising ahead of the Presidential elections.

    In a press statement on Monday, GMA-7 reported, however, that regular advertising and subscription accounts in the first quarter grew by 18 percent from a year ago. Consolidated gross revenues from regular advertising and subscription accounts in the first three months amounted to P3.138 billion from P2.652 billion a year ago, after stripping off P973 million worth of political ads.

    Airtime revenues delivered by platforms television and radio from regular advertisers grew by 21 percent to P2.865 billion from a year ago. Flagship business unit Channel 7 and GMA Radio hiked regular advertising revenues by 25 percent and 19 percent, respectively.

    Offshore unit GMA International made subscription and advertising revenues worth P230 million this first quarter, up by 3 percent in dollar terms but down by 2 percent in local currency terms due to the appreciation of the peso against the US dollar.

    Offshore channels GMA Pinoy TV (GPTV) and GMA Life TV (GLTV) hiked subscriptions by 10 percent and 2 percent, respectively, this first quarter. GMA International is also preparing for the launch of GMA News TV (GNTV) international edition in July, the broadcasting firm said.

    On the other hand, GMA’s syndication sales and acquisition arm, GMA Worldwide Inc. (GWI), sold P6.6 million worth of programs with new markets in Kenya , Tanzania , Vietnam , Malaysia and Brunei .

    Newly launched GNTV made P12 million from its launch in February 28 till end-March. GNTV is the first and only free-to-air news and public affairs channel on VHF (Very High Frequency).

    Despite the extraordinary revenues from political spending last year, GMA said it continued to thrive this non-election year with a modest increase in its total operating expenses by 3 percent to P1.99 billion compared with a year ago. General and administrative expenses increased by 14 percent to P914 million year on year due to the company’s promotional activities to expand nationwide presence. The amount invested on ads and promotions almost doubled to P113 million during the first three months from last year.

    The quarter finished with cash flow as measured by earnings before income, taxes, depreciation, and amortization (Ebitda) of P926 million, 34 percent lower than the same period last year.

  11. GMA network nets P534M, down 37.5% in Q1 // May 16, 2011 at 8:58 pm //

    By Doris Dumlao
    Philippine Daily Inquirer
    First Posted 15:51:00 05/16/2011

    Filed Under: Media, Television, Earnings, business

    MANILA, Philippines—Broadcasting giant GMA Network posted a 37.5-percent decline in first-quarter net profit to P534 million compared with the same period last year, which had benefited from extraordinary political advertising ahead of the Presidential elections.

    In a press statement on Monday, GMA-7 reported, however, that regular advertising and subscription accounts in the first quarter grew by 18 percent from a year ago. Consolidated gross revenues from regular advertising and subscription accounts in the first three months amounted to P3.138 billion from P2.652 billion a year ago, after stripping off P973 million worth of political ads.

    Airtime revenues delivered by platforms television and radio from regular advertisers grew by 21 percent to P2.865 billion from a year ago. Flagship business unit Channel 7 and GMA Radio hiked regular advertising revenues by 25 percent and 19 percent, respectively.

    Offshore unit GMA International made subscription and advertising revenues worth P230 million this first quarter, up by 3 percent in dollar terms but down by 2 percent in local currency terms due to the appreciation of the peso against the US dollar.

    Offshore channels GMA Pinoy TV (GPTV) and GMA Life TV (GLTV) hiked subscriptions by 10 percent and 2 percent, respectively, this first quarter. GMA International is also preparing for the launch of GMA News TV (GNTV) international edition in July, the broadcasting firm said.

    On the other hand, GMA’s syndication sales and acquisition arm, GMA Worldwide Inc. (GWI), sold P6.6 million worth of programs with new markets in Kenya , Tanzania , Vietnam , Malaysia and Brunei .

    Newly launched GNTV made P12 million from its launch in February 28 till end-March. GNTV is the first and only free-to-air news and public affairs channel on VHF (Very High Frequency).

    Despite the extraordinary revenues from political spending last year, GMA said it continued to thrive this non-election year with a modest increase in its total operating expenses by 3 percent to P1.99 billion compared with a year ago. General and administrative expenses increased by 14 percent to P914 million year on year due to the company’s promotional activities to expand nationwide presence. The amount invested on ads and promotions almost doubled to P113 million during the first three months from last year.

    The quarter finished with cash flow as measured by earnings before income, taxes, depreciation, and amortization (Ebitda) of P926 million, 34 percent lower than the same period last year.

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  12. GMA network nets P534M, down 37.5% in Q1 // May 16, 2011 at 8:57 pm //

    By Doris Dumlao
    Philippine Daily Inquirer
    First Posted 15:51:00 05/16/2011

    Filed Under: Media, Television, Earnings, business

    MANILA, Philippines—Broadcasting giant GMA Network posted a 37.5-percent decline in first-quarter net profit to P534 million compared with the same period last year, which had benefited from extraordinary political advertising ahead of the Presidential elections.

    In a press statement on Monday, GMA-7 reported, however, that regular advertising and subscription accounts in the first quarter grew by 18 percent from a year ago. Consolidated gross revenues from regular advertising and subscription accounts in the first three months amounted to P3.138 billion from P2.652 billion a year ago, after stripping off P973 million worth of political ads.

    Airtime revenues delivered by platforms television and radio from regular advertisers grew by 21 percent to P2.865 billion from a year ago. Flagship business unit Channel 7 and GMA Radio hiked regular advertising revenues by 25 percent and 19 percent, respectively.

    Offshore unit GMA International made subscription and advertising revenues worth P230 million this first quarter, up by 3 percent in dollar terms but down by 2 percent in local currency terms due to the appreciation of the peso against the US dollar.

    Offshore channels GMA Pinoy TV (GPTV) and GMA Life TV (GLTV) hiked subscriptions by 10 percent and 2 percent, respectively, this first quarter. GMA International is also preparing for the launch of GMA News TV (GNTV) international edition in July, the broadcasting firm said.

    On the other hand, GMA’s syndication sales and acquisition arm, GMA Worldwide Inc. (GWI), sold P6.6 million worth of programs with new markets in Kenya , Tanzania , Vietnam , Malaysia and Brunei .

    Newly launched GNTV made P12 million from its launch in February 28 till end-March. GNTV is the first and only free-to-air news and public affairs channel on VHF (Very High Frequency).

    Despite the extraordinary revenues from political spending last year, GMA said it continued to thrive this non-election year with a modest increase in its total operating expenses by 3 percent to P1.99 billion compared with a year ago. General and administrative expenses increased by 14 percent to P914 million year on year due to the company’s promotional activities to expand nationwide presence. The amount invested on ads and promotions almost doubled to P113 million during the first three months from last year.

    The quarter finished with cash flow as measured by earnings before income, taxes, depreciation, and amortization (Ebitda) of P926 million, 34 percent lower than the same period last year.

    ;’

  13. Paul Allen Perez // May 16, 2011 at 7:18 pm //

    yeah ! they GOT IT ! they both deserve it ! wahhh ! weLcome to the finaLs Jem CubiL and Happy Feet !

  14. wadda>> // May 16, 2011 at 7:13 pm //

    Kailangan pang magvoice lessons ni Jem.. mejo sumasablay sablay sya sa kanta nya..

  15. Aljur Abrenica // May 16, 2011 at 5:29 pm //

    Ang gwapo niya. Tol ang ginaw noh? Pwede bang payakap naman diyan. Ayy Taray!

  16. ckiszo2 // May 16, 2011 at 3:29 pm //

    magkaiba po ang pinas sa sa labas ng bansa

    SO DON’T COMPARE!

  17. FOR JEM CRITICS // May 16, 2011 at 2:55 pm //

    KAHIT SEGURO SA SHOWTIME SEASON 4 SYA JO-JOIN PARANG MANALO SYA. MAY BOSES AT HIGIT SA LAHAT MAY ITSURA. MAGWAWALA ANG MADLANG PEOPLE. MAY ENTERTAINMENT FACTOR SYA.

  18. PARA SA MGA BEKENG NATALO WITH DEATH-DEFYING STUNTS // May 16, 2011 at 2:54 pm //

    JOIN SHOWTIME. IM SURE MANALO KAYO KASI WALANG TEXT VOTE DOON. IM SURE LOVE KAYO NI ATEH VICE. MAGALING KAYO MGA ATETCH

  19. Anonymous // May 16, 2011 at 2:32 pm //

    yehheyy !!! para sa in the name of love !!! hit as in super hit talaga. i believe it will hit close to 200 m mark after showing. congrats to angel , magaling at sexy talaga in this movie. panoorin nyo na !!!

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