The shadow theater group from Batangas City was the sentimental choice (this blogger’s choice, too!) to win Pilipinas Got Talent season 3 because of their emotional and inspiring performance during the grand finals of the said Kapamilya show. However, people’s votes prevailed and the title went to Southern Leyte’s Maasinhon Trio. Khalil Ramos won 2nd place that time while Bringas Brothers were named third placer.
The group is now vindicated because they became the first act from the Philippines to received a golden buzzer in Asia’s Got Talent which means they will fast-track to the semi-finals of the show to be held at Marina Bay Sands in Singapore this May.
David Foster said “One of the beautiful things about sitting in this chair is I get to see things I would never see in my life. I have no idea how you did it. I have no idea how it works, but I know it was absolutely magical. Thank you for a beautiful experience.”
Melanie C said “I got emotional after watching that. It’s mind blowing.”
Vanness Wu said “I loved how you guys told the stories beautifully and it was just so wonderful to see live and up close. Thank you so much for that great job.”
Indonesian diva Anggun, the fourth judge, hit the golden buzzer which means the group is going straight to the competition’s semi-finals which will be held at the Marina Bay Sands in Singapore this May.
Aside from El Gamma Penumbra, 10 Philippine acts are going to the call backs so far, the most by any Asian country.
Watch El Gamma Penumbra’s golden buzzer performance here:
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