Another Filipino Pride When This Pinoy Hand Shadow Artist Became A Golden Buzzer At Asia’s Got Talent

This story is indeed another proud moments of the Philippines. This young man at an age of 20 has a very incredible talent showed on the live audition of Asia’s Got Talent (AGT) Season 3. No wonder why this young man got the advantage to step forward to the semifinals after been given a golden buzzer.

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The live audition of “Shadow Ace” was performed last February 21, 2019 episode of the AGT Season 3. This young man who has  screen name of “Shadow Ace” is Mr. Philip Galit and he also joined Pilipinas Got Talent wayback 2016.

Before he even started his performance, he was even asked if when he started doing shadow acts. Then he said that ever since he was child especially during blackouts on their area he always wants to find a way to still enjoy the time. His story is very inspiring, making positive outlooks on negative scenarios.

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The art that been performed by “Shadow Ace” was called as “Shadow Play” or “Shadow Puppetry”.

The audience and even the judges enjoyed his performance. They are smiling, clapping and wondering all the time. They even laugh because so much positive vibes of the “Shadow Play”.  After his performance he was given a standing ovation by the audience.

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The comment of one of the judges, David Foster goes like this: “It’s a silly little thing, I guess, to play with your hands and make figures like that. But, I tell you, I forgot that they were hands. They were people to me!” This is a proof that he enjoyed “Shadow Ace’s” performance. According to the other judge Angun, “I’m glad that you are on this show, really. I loved that performance.” While the last judge which is Jay Park mentioned that this performance is very brilliant.

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After hearing all those positive comments on the judges, the two hosts Allan Wong and Justin Bratto came out from the back stage and press the golden buzzer.