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Friday, May 10, 2013

Pilipinas Got Talent Season 4: Sixth Quarter Finals

The fans of Pilipinas Got Talent as well with the judges are excited to complete the top 12 semi-final slots. To add the thrill and excitement, the show will held its very first outdoor live shows were acts are needed to perform in a bigger venue because of the props and the number of members in a group. The six remaining acts to compete in an outdoor live show are Bughaw Folkloric Dance Troupe (cultural dance troupe composed of twenty-seven members), VMA Cultural Arts (dance crew composed of fourteen members), Balungao Robotic Dancers (dance crew with robotic costumes composed of ten to twenty members), Lateral Drift Productions Team (car drifting act where they are going to present car exhibition), GenSan Stunt Team (stunt motorcyclist duo to perform motorcycle stunts) and Rosenrei Synchro Sirens (synchronized swimmers to perform in huge aquarium).
Sixth quarter finalists of Pilipinas Got Talent: Bughaw Folkloric Dance Troupe, Rosenrei Synchro Sirens, Lateral Drift Productions Team, GenSan Stunt Team, Balungao Robotic Dancers and VMA Cultural Arts.
The first act of the night was the synchronized swimmers from Manila, the Rosenrei Synchro Sirens. They are exceptional in synchronized swimming individually especially they impressed the judges during auditions. They have that appropriate song choice in the auditions but in the quarter finals, I think they are good but they need to maintain their song choice.

The VMA Cultural Arts of Bacolod City leveled up their contemporary dance routine. They have the synchronized movements, the gracefulness and the masculinity which results into a very exemplary performance.

The Balungao Robotic Dancers of Pangasinan have the packaging and creativity in presenting their costumes, concepts and choreography. They are visually entertaining and they have the energy.

The Bughaw Folkloric Dance Group of Mendez, Cavite did an amazing cultural presentation for two minutes. They have the colorful costumes and props, live accompaniment of a rondalla, breathtaking choreography and they showed variety of Philippine folk dances from auditions to quarter finals. Overall, they did the best cultural performance in Pilipinas Got Talent.

The stunt motorcyclists GenSan Stunt Team improved a lot from auditions to the quarter finals. They have the synchronized and more death-defying motorcycle stunts which is very good to their performance.

The car drifters Lateral Drift Productions showed more intense car drifting exhibitions which are superb especially when they drift between the two persons passing by as well with the car.

In the end, Bughaw Folkloric Dance Group got the eleventh slot where they have the highest number of votes and Lateral Drift Productions won the unanimous judges vote which make them the last semi-finalist for season 4.

*** The review after the sixth quarter finals results night ***

Sunday, May 5, 2013

Pilipinas Got Talent Season 4: Fifth Quarter Finals

The fifth quarter finals of Pilipinas Got Talent showcased a showdown of singing and dancing acts, from power belter to kiddie singing prodigy, from puppet illusionists / dance crew to bromance dance duo as well with the kiddie gymnasts and a ring man.
The fifth quarter finalists of Pilipinas Got Talent Season 4: Cris Bernardo, Frankendall Fabroa, Roel Manlangit, Crewckattz, Philippine Gymnastics and Athletics Academy and RMMC Dance + Site Project.
Cris Bernardo, the winner of TFCkat Middle East did a great job for starting the show with her rendition of "Queen of the Night" by Whitney Houston. She impressed the judges during her auditions with Jessie J's "Mamma Knows Best" and she is consistent with her range of vocal prowess and she is a power belter.

Crewckattz from Isabela stepped up to the next level with their puppet tricks dance routine with their mash-up of songs. The concept is very good, the costumes and the props are great and their talent is extraordinary.

Frankendall Fabroa, the metal ring dancer of Tondo, Manila received a standing ovation from the judges. He did an amazing job in his contemporary dance routine as well with the balancing and his movements while the ring is turning and rolling. Overall, his talent is superb.

The Philippine Gymnastics and Athletics Academy from Muntinlupa City individually stand out with their gymnastics routine. They have the basic steps but they need to improve the group dynamics.

Roel Manlangit, the singing prodigy from Bukidnon received a standing ovation during his auditions with his mash-up of Whitney Houston hits "I Have Nothing" and "I Will Always Love You." He's got the raw talent and a powerful voice in his age. He did a good job in his quarter finals performance of Fantasia's "I Believe" but he need to improve the low tones but he did a great job in singing.

Closing the fifth quarter finals night is the contemporary dancing duo RMMC Dance + Site Project where they entertained the viewers with their character as basketball players as well with the movements which is so romantic. They are entertaining and funny.

In the end, Roel Manlangit got the highest votes from text and online which he got the ninth slot in the semi-finals while Frankendall Fabroa did an amazing job in his performance where he get a unanimous votes from the judges where he got the tenth spot.

Next week, we will witness the very first outdoor live shows in our sixth quarter finals. Watch out for the Balungao Robotic Dancers with their robotic costumes and choreography, the VMA Cultural Arts where they showcase dance and discipline, the GenSan Stunt Team with the motorcycle stunts, the Lateral Drift Productions with their fantastic car drifting exhibition, the Rosenrei Synchro Sirens with their amazing synchronized swimming under the water and the Bughaw Folkloric Dance Troupe with their lively and colorful cultural show. Watch the sixth quarter finals of Pilipinas Got Talent Season 4 on May 11 and 12, 2013 on ABS-CBN.

Saturday, May 4, 2013

Pilipinas Got Talent Season 4: Fourth Quarter Finals

There are six slots who filled the twelve semi-finals slot and the fourth quarter finals night was exciting due to new and unique acts competed for the magic twelve.
The fourth quarter finalists of Pilipinas Got Talent: Tito Cris Castro, The Cancan Group of Regidor Elementary School, The Fluma Viron of Cuerdas, Russell Figueroa, Lumina and D'Intensity Breakers.
The first act of the night was The Cancan Group of Regidor Elementary School from Santa Cruz, Manila. It was a new act to show a classical court dance in television. They have the grace and the pleasant personality because of their contagious smiles, sophisticated movements in their choreography and the classical and visually-attractive costumes.

Tito Cris Castro of Sampaloc, Manila showed a fresh routine for magic where he used mask change which is very mysterious to know the tricks. The mask change routine was amazing as well with the quick changing of costumes in different colors. Overall, he did a very good job in his act.

Russell Figueroa, the winner of TFCkat Canada showed a heartfelt rendition of Regine Velasquez hit "Kailangan Ko'y Ikaw." However, he need to choose a song which is appropriate to his voice which matches to R&B or soul. Overall, he is confident in performing and he's got the packaging.

Lumina, the aerial acrobatics trio from San Carlos City, Negros Occidental did an amazing job for their routine. It reminds me of Synergy, the grand finalist from season 3 where they are flying in the air as well with the acrobatics they showed in their act.

The all-girl violin ensemble from Bulacan, The Fluma Viron of Cuerdas did a great impression with their auditions. They performed "Sway" by The Pussycat Dolls which they played the violin with beautiful harmony and melody plus they danced in a graceful manner while playing. In the quarter finals, they performed "What Makes You Beautiful" by One Direction however, the problem is their song choice. Therefore, they are still my favorites.

The dance crew from Lipa City, D'Intensity Breakers stepped up to the new level in their routine. They used hula hoops plus the intense and energetic hiphop and breakdancing that they showed which amazed the judges and the audience.

In the end, D'Intensity Breakers got the highest number of votes where they got the seventh spot in the semi-finals while Tito Cris Castro won the eighth spot where he got the unanimous vote from the judges.
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