Asia’s Got Talent Filipino Performers Grand Finals Night

Alrightee, this news just came in , precisely, and you have to read carefully and understand well enough.

Don’t be too scared as people are now talking about on Facebook and on Twitter regarding Junior New System Grand Finals Performance.

People have been sharing news articles about the subject on social media but on Twitter the official hashtag or topic being, and this is serious, spread is “Asias Got Talent Grand Finals”

I cannot (sweetness) believe the number of comments or reposts this thing is having.

Then again, it is not surprising. You know internet? Anything circulates. BTW, the topic, dont be douche, went around today

There were a total of nine performers that night and all four judges David Foster, Anggun, Melanie C of Spice Girls ad Vanness Wu stood for Gwyneth Dorado, Gamma Penumbra, Gerphil Geraldine Flores and Junior New System. JNS did a multiple style dance number with a theme driven out by the American football teams. They also groove to the mashup of songs like Who Let The Dogs Out, Run The World and Wannabe by Spice Girls. El Gamma meanwhile did not fail to wow the audience and the judges when they performed a save-the-nature themed act to the tune of Vanessa William’s Colors of the Wind. Gerphil on the other hand was promised by David that she will make her known internationally, a slap to Kris Aquino and Ai Ai Delas Alas who snubbed her talent during her PGT days, suggesting that she should stop singing operas but focus on songs that match her age, at the time she was in her 18s. Gerphil did The Imposible Dream. And lastly, Gwyneth Dorado sang Titanium by David Guetta and Sia.


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