Gerphil Flores shows up in ” It’s Showtime”!

Asia’s Got Talent 2nd runner-up Gerphil Flores ends all the rumor saying that she had ill feelings for ABS-CBN for not moving into the finals of Pinoy’s Got Talent by guesting on “It’s Showtime”!


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Must Watch: Gerphil Flores live in ‘SAS’ with Regine Velasquez!

Gerphil Flores of “Asia’s Got Talent” had her first television performance after making it on the finals!


The 24-year-old singer impresses the audience in GMA-7’s weekend variety show “Sunday All Stars” when she performed a duet with Kapuso singer Regine Velasquez where they performed “(Where Do I Begin) Love Story” on Sunday, May 24.

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Must Watch: Gerphil Flores’ Asias’ Got Talent Finals!


Filipina Gerphil Flores’s dream is definitely within reach after her “Asia’s Got Talent” grand finals performance of the classic song “Impossible Dream.”

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Pinoy Finalists in Asia’s Got Talent got standing ovation, will a Pinoy end up a Grand Winner?

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Will the first grand champion of “Asia’s Got Talent” come from the Philippines?

Four of the nine finalists in the talent show are Filipinos, namely, shadow play group El Gamma Penumbra, classic singer Gerphil Geraldine Flores, 10-year-old singer Gwyneth Dorado and acrobatic dance group Junior New System.

The four Filipino talents earned a standing ovation from the four judges— Hollywood music producer-composer David Foster, former F4 member Vanness Wu, Indonesian music icon Anggun and former Spice Girls member Melanie C, during the grand final performance night that aired on Thursday, May 7.


Gwyneth, who covers different songs online, performed Sia’s “Titanium” during the finals. Anggun described her performance as “nearly perfect,” while Vanness noted her “powerful and elegant” stage presence.

“You made us listen to the words of the song, you made us listen to every single note you sang. It was nearly perfect,” Anggun said.

David praised Gwyneth for taking his advice.

“I’ve always adored you. But tonight, I’m in awe of you. That was such an incredible performance. I absolutely love it. When you came out in the auditions, you have this attitude and confidence. You’ve just really blossomed. Tonight, you’re just really incredible,” Melanie C. told Gwyneth.

Shadow dance group El Gamma Penumbra’s touching performance of “Colors of the Wind” depicted how people abuse mother earth. The group, which previously joined the local franchise in 2010, secured a spot in the finals having earned the Golden Buzzer from the judges.

Anggun was in tears because of the group’s “wonderful performance” and the message they imparted.

“What really touched me, what made me fell in love with you and your performance is the possibility that the message you put in your performance is endless. Tonight, you raised awareness how important mother nature is and the animals. Our job as entertainers, we are here to entertain people, but if we can raise awareness, that makes our job more noble,” she said.

Since the audition, Gerphil has consistently impressed the judges. She performed “The Impossible Dream,” which Melanie thinks is “magnificent.”

Just like El Gamma Penumbra, Gerphil advanced to the show after earning the Golden Buzzer from David. Gerphil also joined the local franchise show in 2010, but only made it to the semi-finals.

“My golden girl, you just made the dream possible. You absolutely killed it. I promise you the world is gonna know about you, that’s a promise,” David told the classic singer.


Junior New System gave a football-inspired dance performance. David noted how it looked like watching the Super Bowl in three minutes.

“You managed to get me to the Super Bowl. I watch the whole game, you played the two teams, I saw the cheerleaders and half time performance. I don’t know how you do it,” David said.

Vanness, who is also known for his dancing skills, praised the group for their “flawless” performance.

“I love the energy, the technical difficulty of your dance moves. It was flawless for me. Great job,” he said.

The grand finals of “Asia’s Got Talent” is on May 14. (



Gerphil Flores Advances to Grand Finals of Asia’s Got Talent!

Gerphil Geraldine Flores, a Filipino music student, is moving on the grand finals of “Asia’s Got Talent”!

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Gerphil, will be joining other Pinoys who made it to the finals, girl with guitar Gwyneth “Gwen” Dorado, shadow theater group El Gamma Penumbra, and street dance group Junior New System.


Gerphil Flores Gets Standing Ovation on Asia’s Got Talent, Vote for her!

The GoldenBuzzer act from the Philippines–Gerphil Flores–received yet again a standing ovation from the four judges of Asia’s Got Talent with her opera ballad performance during the talent show’s live semi-finals on Thursday held at Marina Bay Sands Singapore.


Mel C said “That was an enchanting performance. You really deserves to be in the world stage.”

Vaness Wu said “You look radiant tonight, you have so much confidence when you sing. It’s very mesmerizing, I loved it. Great job!”

Anggun said “You look like a true diva tonight. Congratulations that was awesome.”

David Foster said “The voice is amazing, you sing so in tune. I would love to get my hands on you. I think I can make you sound better.”

Please vote for Gerphil by texting AGT10 to 2929. Each vote costsP2.50. You can also vote for Gerphil by dialing 887-6335 on landline, visiting online and bydownloading the Asia’s Got Talent app on mobile. Voting ends on midnight of April 27 (Monday).


PH’s Gerphil Flores and Junior New System up for the 2nd Leg of Asia’s Got Talent Semis!

Vote for Your Favorite Act via SMS, Facebook and the “Asia’s Got Talent” App “Asia’s Got Talent”, the biggest talent competition in the world, will continue its search for the next three finalists this Thursday, April 23 at 8:05pm, first on AXN.


Audiences will be dazzled by the performances of the second set of eight semi-finalists who were selected by the celebrity judging panel featuring David Foster, Anggun, Van Ness Wu and Melanie C. The semi-finalists will take their acts to even greater heights to win the hearts and votes of AXN audiences across the region to advance to the Grand Finals on May 7 at the iconic Marina Bay Sands in Singapore.

This Thursday’s episode will see the return of the thrilling Filipino dance group Junior New System; the powerful vocals of Singapore’s Fathin Amira and Filipino classical singerGerphil Geraldine Flores; the stunning extreme acts of Vietnamese master Bao Cuong; mystical Mongolian throat singers of Khosogton Band; comical Indonesian music instrumentalists Young Boys; the funky all-girl South Korea rock band Bebop; together with the amazing 12 year old Thai ukulele player Sydney Uke.

Viewers can vote for their favorite acts in one of three ways: SMS, Facebook and the “Asia’s Got Talent” mobile app. Voting opens after the broadcast of each semi-final episode and will remain open for four days. Details on how to vote can be found on the “Asia’s Got Talent” website:

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AXN is a leader of regionally produced original content in Asia, with notable ratings successes including four seasons of the International Emmy-nominated “The Amazing Race Asia”; the Asian Television Award-winning “Cash Cab Asia”; “The Apprentice Asia”; “Cyril: Rio Magic”; “Cyril’s Family Vacation: Hawaii Edition”; and the Asian Television Award-nominated “Cyril: Simply Magic”.
“Asia’s Got Talent” airs on Thursdays at 8.05pm, first on AXN.