The 16-year-old talent from Bacolod, who showcased his leveled up flair tending skills during last Saturday’s (Apr 6) first quarterfinal performance night, topped the nationwide votes with 28.09%, thereby securing the first out of 12 semi-finalist slots. (WATCH THE VIDEO HERE). The singing transgenders from the Bulacan, on the other hand, won the unanimous judges’ votes after competing against The Security and Escort Battalion Combo of the Philippine Army in the battle for survival round (WATCH THE VIDEO HERE). Chaeremon and The Miss Tres will advance to the semi-finals and battle ten other semi-finalists who have yet to be named in the coming weeks.
“Pilipinas Got Talent 4” proved to be the biggest edition yet as it welcomed more diverse acts, conducted auditions online and abroad, and created a quarterfinal round that will further intensify the screening process. The show created a buzz online recently after The Miss Tres and All in One Crew trended worldwide on micro-blogging site Twitter. This Saturday (Apr 13), black light dancers Zilent Overload, flagtwirlers Si.Co.Gu., acrobats Eyx-Point, boy crooner John Neil Roa, singer Eumee Lyn Capile, and belly dancer with sword Sundee Viñas will battle it out for the viewers’ and judges’ votes in the second quarterfinal performance night. Who will join Chaeremon and The Miss Tres in the semi-finals?
Don’t miss the “Pilipinas Got Talent 4,” hosted by Luis Manzano and Billy Crawford, every Saturday, after “MMK,” and every Sunday, after “Rated K” on ABS-CBN. Tweet your thoughts on the show using the hashtage #PGT4.