“Everyone has talent. What’s rare is the courage to follow it to the dark places where it leads.” ― Erica Jong
When you talk about the next most promising reality TV show in Asia, I definitely will hands up for Asia’s Got Talent. This time, AXN viewers will decide the winner of “Asia’s Got Talent” as voting enters it’s final stretch today. TV audiences across Asia can vote through SMS, Facebook, and the “Asia’s Got Talent” mobile App up until 2359 hours tonight, with details available on http://asiasgottalent.tv/vote. The winner will be crowned in the concluding Grand Final Results episode premiering next Thursday (14 May) at 8.05pm on AXN
“Asia’s Got Talent” is the world’s first ever pan-regional edition of the global hit “Got Talent” format. Billed as the biggest talent competition in the world, “Asia’s Got Talent” will feature some of the region’s most incredible performing artists as they compete to take home the coveted winning title.
Celebrity judges including multiple Grammy-winning musician David Foster, UK pop sensation and former Spice Girl Melanie C, Indonesian rock icon Anggun and Taiwanese-American pop idol Van Ness Wu must select Asia’s most jaw-dropping, mind-blowing, and breathtaking performances.
Those individual or group acts that advance to the semi- finals will face an even more intimidating judge, the AXN audience at home who will ultimately determine who wins the first season of “Asia’s Got Talent”. Adding to the excitement, the semi-finals and finale will be held at the iconic Marina Bay Sands, Singapore, with the winner awarded a contract to return and perform live.
“Asia’s Got Talent” is the 63rd version of “Got Talent”, which won the Guinness World Records title for being the world’s “Most Successful Reality TV Format” in 2014. The hit format is co-owned by FremantleMedia and Simon Cowell’s Syco Entertainment.The inaugural season of “Asia’s Got Talent” on AXN is proudly presented by Marina Bay Sands, BIG COLA, Pantene, Caltex, Jetstar and Grab Taxi.
Melanie C. said, “It’s really exciting to be here in Asia. Culturally speaking, people in this region work very hard and are incredibly determined to succeed, so I feel that the standards of performers are really high. Also, there is great diversity of talent and the involvement of so many countries makes “Asia’s Got Talent” all the more amazing.”