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Marcelito Pomoy gets standing ovation from audience, judges in 'America's Got Talent: The Champions'

Filipino Singer and Pilipinas Got Talent winner Marcelito Pomoy got a standing ovation from the judges and the audience of “America’s Got Talent: The Champions” after singing his piece the “The Prayer.”
Pomoy, who rose to fame by singing both the male and female parts of a duet, received ‘a perfect 10’ from judge Simon Cowell.
He immediately impressed the crowd while singing Celine Dion’s part but shocked both the audience and judges when he began singing Andrea Bocelli’s part.
“That was what I call a 10, a simple as that. I have a feeling that the super fans will put you through to the next round,” Cowell told Pomoy.
Howie Mandel referred to the singer as a unique and wonderful singer with a ‘young woman trap inside of him.’
Judges Alesha Dixon and Heidi Klum also praised Pomoy’s unique act.
“I want to see something different, something unique and Marcelito you just gave that to us. It was absolutely brilliant,” Dixon said.
“Honestly, this is one of the craziest things I ever heard in my entire life. Your voice, your range, your sound is just so out of this world,” Klum noted.

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