Asia got talent 2017

Meet the 9 ‘Asia’s Got Talent’ Finalists

asia got talent 2017

The second season of Asia's Got Talent (AGT) premiered on October 12, at pm (UTC+8) across 27 countries in Asia. The winning act will receive a.

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Sign in. Watch now. Title: Asia's Got Talent —. An Indian reality television series on Colors television network, and part of the global Got Talent variety acts reality series. BGT's tongue-in-cheek sister show in which Stephen Mulhern loses the will to live as he chats with some of the more eccentric acts, plus some backstage shenanigans with Ant and Dec. In her childhood, Riana lived in a small town with her father and her mother who ran a funeral house business.

Indonesian illusionist The Sacred Riana may look creepy and ghostly, but this awkward persona of hers has won the hearts of judges and fans, propelling her to become the winner of reality TV show Asia's Got Talent Season 2. The results are based on public votes. With her long black hair and twitching head, The Sacred Riana - whose real name is Marie Antoinette Riana Graharani - has become the most anticipated act of the season. Her spine-chilling magic tricks during the auditions, semi-finals and grand finals episodes have won the hearts of not just judges Jay Park, David Foster and Anggun, but also netizens across the world. Videos of her magic performances on stage have garnered over 70 million views on Facebook and YouTube. At the grand finals telecast on Dec 7, The Sacred Riana conjured up zombie-like peformers from a small box on stage, while suddenly appearing behind Anggun.

This show's official sponsor for this season is Traveloka. Indonesian spooky magician , The Sacred Riana was declared as the second season winner. The open auditions for the second season took place in key cities in Asia. The open auditions were judged by Asia's Got Talent producers. Auditionees were also allowed to submit their audition videos online via the show's official website.

At the finale, the Philippines' El Gamma Penumbra , a shadowplay group, won the franchise's first season. In the second season, Foster and Anggun returned as judges, while Jay Park was announced as the new judge. In the third season, all three judges returned, also both Alan Wong and Justin Bratton returned as hosts from the previous season. Taiwanese close-up magician, Eric Chien was declared as the third season winner. As not all of the contestants speak fluent English, they would usually speak in their local languages and an off-screen translator will help them to translate what the judges are saying to them and vice versa with translation subtitles flashed on the screen. However, if the judges can speak their local language specifically Van Ness who speaks Mandarin, Anggun who speaks Indonesian, and Jay Park who speaks Korean , a translator is not necessary. Therefore, this is the first Got Talent franchise to use multiple languages.



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Photo from Asia's Got Talent Facebook page. Indonesia's the Sacred Riana, known for her spooky magic tricks, was declared this year's winner.

Indonesian magician The Sacred Riana is crowned winner of Asia's Got Talent Season 2

The results are based on public votes, which means she managed to rally plenty of fan support despite her less mainstream performance style. After the announcement of her win, The Straits Times could get her reaction only through her manager, as she supposedly stays in character - including being awkward and silent - all the time. Her manager, Mr Bow Vernon, said: "Riana is very surprised to win. She joined the show because she just wanted to share her performance with other people. When asked if she finds it difficult to remain in character, Mr Vernon laughed and said no. She is not the talkative type. He declined to give the performer's real age, and would only say that The Sacred Riana is over years old.

The results are based on public votes, which means she managed to rally plenty of fan support despite her less mainstream performance style. After the announcement of her win, The Straits Times could get her reaction only through her manager, as she supposedly stays in character - including being awkward and silent - all the time. Her manager, Mr Bow Vernon, said: "Riana is very surprised to win. She joined the show because she just wanted to share her performance with other people. When asked if she finds it difficult to remain in character, Mr Vernon laughed and said no. She is not the talkative type. He declined to give the performer's real age, and would only say that The Sacred Riana is over years old.

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