Marcelito Pomoy is America’s Got Talent: The Champion 3rd runner-up
Pinoy Pride Marcelito Pomoy on Monday (Manila Time) finishes 3rd runner-up in America’s Got Talent: The Champion.
Marcelito Pomoy has failed to clinch the top spot in “America’s Got Talent: The Champions.”
Despite giving his best for his final performance last week, the Filipino singer ended his journey as third runner-up on Tuesday (Manila time).
“He just wanted to say thank you. Thank you so much to everybody. This is a big opportunity for him. Thank you so much,” said Pomoy’s wife, who joined him on stage after the announcement.
The 3rd runner up of #AGTChampions is… pic.twitter.com/v7ZHQIy4rO— America's Got Talent (@AGT) February 18, 2020
Judge Heidi Klum also sent love Pomoy’s way.
“I love you so much. You have the most beautiful voice. I should actually say the most beautiful voices inside of you. You are a champion. Thank you so much for sharing your talent with all of us,” Klum said.
The 3rd runner up of #AGTChampions is… pic.twitter.com/v7ZHQIy4rO— America’s Got Talent (@AGT) February 18, 2020
Around 40 participants from across the Got Talent franchise, ranging from winners, live round participants – quarter-finalists (where applicable), semi-finalists and finalists – and other notable acts, will participate during The Champions contest in 2020, with each of the contest’s preliminaries featuring around 10 participants. While those receiving a golden buzzer in each preliminary would secure an automatic place in the grand-final, remaining places would be competed for in two semi-finals, each consisting of the two highest voted in each preliminary, along with a third in each voted for by the judges from amongst those placing 3rd, 4th and 5th respectively in the audience vote.
“America’s Got Talent: The Champions” named the acrobatic dance group V. Unbeatable as its new winner.
Sandou Trio Russian Bar placed fourth runner-up, while Tyler Butler-Figueroa and Duo Transcend finished second and first runners-up, respectively.