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Tuesday, October 4, 2011

Pilipinas Got Talent Season 3: Fifth Semi Finals

Last week, two acts made it once again from the fourth semi-finals of Pilipinas Got Talent Season 3. The kiddie gymnastics group Loverkada Kids got the highest public vote and Twin Divas won the judges vote by unanimous decision. This week, six acts will compete for the fifth semi-finals of Pilipinas Got Talent. Can Wushu Discovery will be the first martial arts act to made it to the grand finals of PGT? Will Negros Dance Superstars followed the footsteps of NielBeth of season 2 in terms of their technically polished ballroom steps? Will Maasinhon Trio work in perfect blending and harmony in order for them to make it to the finale? Can the two returning beatboxers Harold Gesulga from season 1 and Kervy Salazar from season 2 impressed the crowd as Philippine Dubstep? Can Jeziel Dimagna-ong will be the first contender and rocker from Siquijor who will make it to the grand finals of PGT? Will Renagine Pepito will receive once again an overwhelming impact because of her powerful vocals in her singing?
The fifth set of semi finalists in Pilipinas Got Talent Season 3: Renagine Pepito (singer), Maasinhon Trio (singing trio), Philippine Dubstep (beatboxing duo), Wushu Discovery (martial arts troupe), Jeziel Dimagna-ong (singer) and Negros Dance Superstars (ballroom dancing troupe).

The competition started with the first ever semi-finalists who shown a martial arts routine in Pilipinas Got Talent which is the Wushu Discovery. They have the synchronized choreography of their wushu routine and they made two highlights in their act: the fight scenes and the sword exhibition. The act was truly refreshing and it was a rare moment to saw a martial arts routine in a talent search.

Jeziel Dimagna-ong of Siquijor sang Survivor's "The Search is Over" where the song choice is  perfect because of his vocal quality and style. However, it was just an okay performance (his auditions is much better) and due to his health conditions during that time he didn't reach the high notes.

The only dancesport group in the third season's semi-finals Negros Dance Superstars made a fusion of tribal and ballroom dancing. They have the very good entrance which they used shadows as well with their good costumes. Overall, it was an okay performance.

The all-male singing trio Maasinhon Trio sang a classic from Sharon Cuneta entitled "Bituing Walang Ningning." They have the perfect blending and excellent harmony of voices and they truly owned the song. Definitely, they can do acapella, acoustic or even classical because of their vocal quality and talent at their age.

The tandem of comebacking beatboxers Harold Gesulga of season 1 and Kervy Salazar of season 2 or the Philippine Dubstep was truly deserving because they leveled-up the beatbox performance in PGT. It is the most entertaining beatbox act so far because they have the props which they used two Transformers robots, they have the choreography and the production of sounds is entertaining and groovy. It was a very good performance.

Renagine Pepito shown her powerful voice and singing talent with her rendition of Michael Jackson's "You Are Not Alone." She sings like a pro and she had a very good musical accompaniment along with the choir plus she sings from the heart. Once again, she received an overwhelming response from the audience and one of the most consistent contenders since auditions where she make an excellent performance of "I Have Nothing" by Whitney Houston. Definitely, a star is born with Renagine.

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