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‘Asia’s Got Talent’ extends online auditions

Due to popular demand from across Asia, AXN has extended the Asia’s Got Talent online auditions to July 16.

The sensational singing trio, TNT Boys, at the Manila leg of  'Asia's Got Talent' auditions.
After seeing what Asia is capable of during the captivating rounds of open auditions in Singapore, Manila, Ho Chi Minh City, Bangkok, Jakarta, and Kuala Lumpur, Asia’s Got Talent producers are giving aspiring performers one last chance to audition for the biggest talent competition show in the world.

“We have more than half the world’s population living in Asia and there is an abundance of incredibly diverse talent waiting to be discovered. We want to ensure that everyone has ample time to get their acts together for a shot at chasing their dreams,” said Derek Wong, Vice President, Production, Sony Pictures Television Networks, Asia. 

Aspiring stars can visit www.AXN-Asia.com/AsiasGotTalent to submit their application and an audition video of under two minutes that includes a short introduction of the act and the actual performance. 

Meanwhile, in Manila, hundreds of talented performers­—from a cultural troupe of 22 to an umbrella-wielding dancing grandpa - brought their A-Game to the open auditions on Saturday for a chance to secure their shot at international fame on the third installment of the record-breaking series. 

“The Philippines has a proven track record of success on Asia’s Got Talent with El Gamma Penumbra winning the first season and DMX Comvalenoz as runner-up in season 2.  We expected the best from the Philippines and the acts certainly exceeded our expectations at the open auditions with their high level of passion, talent, and enthusiasm,” said Wong.

Topics: AXN , Asia’s Got Talent , online auditions , Derek Wong , Sony Pictures Television Networks
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