Pilipinas Got Talent (season 1)

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Pilipinas Got Talent
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Season 1
Broadcast from February 20 – June 13, 2010
Judges Freddie M. Garcia
Kris Aquino
Ai-Ai de las Alas
Host(s) Got Talent
Billy Crawford
Luis Manzano
Got More Talent
Marc Abaya
Broadcaster ABS-CBN
Winner
Jovit Baldivino
Origin Batangas
Genre(s) Singing
Runner-up
Velasco Brothers
Chronology

The first season of Pilipinas Got Talent premiered on ABS-CBN on February 20, 2010.[1] Billy Crawford and Luis Manzano take role as the hosts of the show. The judges include former ABS-CBN executive Freddie M. Garcia, Kris Aquino, and Ai-Ai de las Alas. Auditions were then held in several key cities in the Philippines including Batangas, Cebu, Baguio, Cagayan de Oro, and Davao for three days and Manila for four days.

This May 14, 2015, Filipina opera singer Gerphil Geraldine "Fame" Flores, who lost in the semi-finals of this season, was declared the 2nd runner-up of the first season of Asia's Got Talent.

Auditions[edit]

Cities where the major auditions were held.

The audition process took place throughout November and December 2009. The judges visited Philippine cities including Batangas, Cebu, Baguio, Cagayan de Oro, and Davao for three days and Manila for four days.[2] The first eighteen shows reflected on the successful, and unsuccessful auditions overall. The first audition episodes were followed in a particular city. However, in later episodes until the seventeenth, aired auditions featured all random cities visited.

Date of Audition Audition Venue City
November 6, 7 and 8, 2009 Lyceum of the Philippines University - Batangas Batangas City
November 11, 12 and 13, 2009 Cebu Institute of Technology Cebu City
November 19, 20 and 21, 2009 University of Baguio Baguio City
November 25, 26 and 27, 2009 Liceo de Cagayan University Cagayan de Oro City
November 30 - December 1, 2, 2009 Rizal Memorial Colleges Davao City
December 5, 6, 12, 13, 2009 PAGCOR Grand Theater Parañaque City

Judges' Cull[edit]

The second round is the Judges' Cull of all 220 successful auditioned acts. It was held in the Bellevue Hotel located in Metro Manila. This is the round where the judges pick the best 36 acts to enter the live semi-finals. The cull was divided in half throughout the country, 19 acts were picked from the Visayas and Mindanao auditions and the other 17 were taken from Luzon and Metro Manila auditions. The top 36 acts will compete for the live semi-finals round for six weeks.[3]

Top 36 Results Summary[edit]

Color Key

Name / Name of Act Age(s) Genre Act Hometown Semifinal (Week) Position Reached
Jovit Baldivino 16 Singing Singer Batangas 1 Winner
Baguio Metamorphosis Various Dancing Belly Dance Fusion and Hip Hop Baguio City 6 Runner up
Velasco Brothers Various Dancing Break dancing Manila 3 2nd Runner up
Ingrid Payaket 21 Singing Singer Baguio City 6 Grand-Finalist
Ezra Band Various Music Acoustic Band Davao del Sur 4 Grand Finalist
Ruther Urquia 31 Ventriloquism Ventriloquist Las Piñas City 1 Grand Finalist
Alakim (Allan de Paz) 29 Magic Magician Quezon City 2 Grand Finalist
Keith Clark Delleva 14 Music Electric Guitar Player Pasay City 3 Grand Finalist
Sherwin Baguion 20 Singing Singer Lanao del Norte 4 Grand Finalist
Luntayao Family Various Singing Singing group Negros Occidental 5 Grand Finalist
Maria Jeline Oliva 13 Music Violinist Naga City 5 Grand Finalist
Markki Stroem 20 Singing Singer Quezon City 2 Grand Finalist
Imusicapella Chamber Choir Various Music Showchoir Cavite 6 Semi-finalist
Carl Malone Montecido 11 Singing Singer Bacolod City 6 Semi-finalist
Hello World Various Dancing Dance crew Davao City 6 Semi-finalist
Josephine Aton 32 Singing Singer Cebu City 6 Semi-finalist
Powerpuff Corn Various Singing Acoustic duo Baguio City 5 Semi-finalist
Experience Kidz Various Dancing Dance crew General Santos City 5 Semi-finalist
Harold Jomar Gesulga 17 Music Beatboxer General Santos City 5 Semi-finalist
Jzan Vern Tero 12 Singing Singer Cebu City 5 Semi-finalist
Gerphil Geraldine "Fame" Flores 19 Singing Opera Singer Parañaque City 4 Semi-finalist
Big Mouth aka "BM" (Joel Amper) 32 Singing / Comedy Singer with animal sounds Manila 4 Semi-finalist
Goldies & Goodies 48-69 Dancing Dance group Cebu City 4 Semi-finalist
Reiniel Tulabing 11 Singing Singer Cainta, Rizal 4 Semi-finalist
Rolando Ng III 7 Singing Singer Cagayan de Oro 3 Semi-finalist
Alexis Carpena 21 Dancing Isolation Dancer Laguna 3 Semi-finalist
Manolito "Manoling" Saldivar 51 Singing Opera Singer Dumaguete City 3 Semi-finalist
Reggie Ramirez 33 Singing Double-character Singer Davao City 3 Semi-finalist
Kapidamu Band 10-16 Music Band Quezon 2 Semi-finalist
Florante Inutan 41 Music Human Saxophone Davao City 2 Semi-finalist
Garrett Devan Bolden, Jr 18 Singing Singer Olongapo City 2 Semi-finalist
Mae Lozada & Anselmo Estillore Various Dancing Ballroom Dancing duo Cebu City 2 Semi-finalist
Rolando Permangil 35 Singing Singer Davao City 1 Semi-finalist
Baguio Siblings (Jhistine Glyde & Filemon Baguio) Various Dancing Ballroom Dancing duo Cebu City 1 Semi-finalist
Snap Boyz Various Dancing Dance crew Cebu 1 Semi-finalist
Xavier University Cultural Dance Troupe Various Dancing Cultural Dance Troupe Cagayan de Oro 1 Semi-finalist

Semi-finals[edit]

The semi-finals round for the first season was held in AFP Theater in Camp Aguinaldo, Quezon City for the first to fourth week and in Tanghalang Pasigueño in Pasic City for the fifth and sixth week of semi-finals. The results night was always held in Dolphy Theater in ABS-CBN Studios. The elimination begins with the text and online voting percentages. The three acts that receives the lowest percentage vote will automatically be eliminated from the competition, while the highest vote percentage receivers will manage to go through the next elimination round.

On the next round, the act that receives the highest percentage of votes will automatically be included on the grand finals, while the next two highest publicly voted acts must compete over the judges' votes. Over the two remaining acts, the one that gets the highest judge vote will join the highest public vote act in the grand finals of the show.

Color key

Week 1: May 1–2, 2010[edit]

Artist Order Act Vote Percentage [4] Buzzes and judges' choices Results
FMG Kris Ai-Ai
Snap Boyz 1 Dance crew
2.21%
Eliminated
Rolando Permangil 2 Singer
5.22%
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Eliminated
Baguio Siblings (Jhistine Glyde & Filemon Baguio) 3 Ballroom Dancing duo
0.60%
Eliminated
Ruther Urquia 4 Ventriloquist
9.77%
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Judges' vote
Xavier University Cultural Dance Troupe 5 Cultural Dance troupe
2.20%
Eliminated
Jovit Baldivino 6 Singer
80.00%
Public's vote

Week 2: May 8–9, 2010[edit]

Artist [5] Order Act Vote Percentage [6] Buzzes and judges' choices Results
FMG Kris Ai-Ai
Kapidamu Band 1 Band
17.18%
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Alakim (Allan de Paz) 2 Magician
28.49%
Public's vote
Mae Lozada & Anselmo Estillore 3 Ballroom Dancing Duo
9.06%
Eliminated
Florante Inutan 4 Human Saxophone
4.19%
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Eliminated
Markki Stroem 5 Singer
25.32%
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Judges' vote
Garrett Devan Bolden, Jr 6 Singer
15.77%
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Eliminated

Week 3: May 15–16, 2010[edit]

Artist[7] Order Act Vote Percentage[8] Buzzes and judges' choices Results
FMG Kris Ai-Ai
Keith Clark Delleva1 1 Electric Guitar Player
23.95%
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Velasco Brothers 2 Breakdancing Crew
21.83%
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Judges' vote
Alexis Carpena 3 Isolation Dancer
17.69%
Eliminated
Rolando Ng III 4 Singer
20.89%
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Eliminated
Manolito "Manoling" Saldivar 5 Opera Singer
11.92%
Eliminated
Reggie Ramirez 6 Double character singer
3.73%
Eliminated

^1 Keith originally got three buzzers due to noisy and pitchy sound caused by the sound system. He was however given the chance to perform again without being buzzed out by the judges.

Week 4: May 22–23, 2010[edit]

Artist[7] Order Act Vote Percentage[9] Buzzes and judges' choices Results
FMG Kris Ai-Ai
Big Mouth aka "BM" (Joel Amper) 1 Singer w/ animal sounds
7.11%
Eliminated
Sherwin Baguion 2 Singer
17.99%
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Goldies & Goodies 3 Dance Troupe
5.67%
Eliminated
Reiniel Tulabing2 4 Singer
11.30%
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Eliminated
Geraldine "Fame" Flores 5 Opera Singer
25.05%
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Eliminated
Ezra Band 6 Acoustic Band
33.08%
Public's vote

^2 Reiniel also had an initial 3-buzzes due to low microphone volume. He actually had to repeat three times as his hat was missing on his second attempt.

Week 5: May 29–30, 2010[edit]

Artist[10] Order Act Vote Percentage Buzzes and judges' choices Results
FMG Kris Ai-Ai
Experience Kidz 1 Dance crew
12.29%
Eliminated
Jzan Vern Tero 2 Singer
5.64%
Eliminated
Maria Jeline Oliva 3 Violinist
20.62%
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Judges' vote
Harold Jomar Gesulga 4 Beatboxer
14.56%
Eliminated
Powerpuff Corn 5 Acoustic duo
18.71%
Eliminated
Luntayao Family 6 Singing group
28.19%
Public's vote

Week 6: June 5–6, 2010[edit]

Artist [11] Order Act Vote Percentage[12] Buzzes and judges' choices Results
FMG Kris Ai-Ai
Baguio Metamorphosis 1 Hiphop and Belly Dancing group
28.78%
Public's vote
Josephine Aton 2 Singer
2.56%
Eliminated
Imusicapella Chamber Choir 3 Showchoir
26.32%
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Eliminated
Ingrid Payaket 4 Singer
17.97%
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Judges' vote
Carl Malone Montecido 5 Singer
15.94%
Eliminated
Hello World 6 Dance crew
8.43%
Eliminated

Grand Finals[edit]

The Grand Finals were held in the Araneta Coliseum. Twelve acts that won from the Semi-Finals round performed again to win the title of the first Pilipinas Got Talent winner.Jovit Baldivino was declared as the Pilipinas Got Talent Season 1 Grand Winner, besting 11 talents in the Grand Finals.

Performances[edit]

Order Name of Finalist Act / Genre Performance Description[13]
1
Alakim (Allan de Paz) Magician Did magical tricks using butterflies and teleportation from stage to the audience
2
Sherwin Baguion Singer Sang "Tayong Dalawa" by Rey Valera
3
Markki Stroem Singer Sang Madonna's "Like A Prayer" and shown his talent in playing saxophone
4
Ezra Band Acoustic Band Sang "Runaway" by The Corrs
5
Velasco Brothers Breakdancing Crew Performed a dance routine showing their stunts and breakdancing skills
6
Maria Jeline Oliva Violinist Performed "The Flight of the Bumblebee" with three instruments: violin, drums and piano
7
Baguio Metamorphosis Dance group Performed a dance remix of hip-hop and belly dancing
8
Jovit Baldivino Singer Sang "Too Much Love Will Kill You" by Queen
9
Ruther Urquia Ventriloquist Performed with his puppets Titoy and Lolo Teddy with medley of "Ito ang Gusto Ko" by Francis Magalona and "Tayo'y mga Pinoy" by Banyuhay ni Heber Bartolome
10
Ingrid Payaket Singer Sang "On My Own" by Lea Salonga from the musical Les Miserables
11
Keith Clark Delleva Electric Guitar Player Performed "Smooth" by Santana
12
Luntayao Family Singing group Sang "The Impossible Dream" from the musical Man of La Mancha

Results[edit]

Key      Grand Champion      Runner-up      Third place     Eliminated
Finished Performance
Order
Percentage
of votes[14]
Artist Act Semi Finals Result
1st 8
48.41%
Jovit Baldovino Singer Public Choice
2nd 7
15.39%
Baguio Metamorphosis Hip Hop and Belly Dancing Group Public Choice
3rd 5
7.27%
Velasco Brothers Breakdancing Group Public Choice
4th 10
5.87%
Ingrid Payaket Singer Judges Choice
5th 4
5.46%
Ezra Band Acoustic Band Public Choice
6th 9
5.45%
Ruther Urquia Ventriloquist Judges Choice
7th 1
2.91%
Alakim (Allan de Paz) Magician Public Choice
8th 11
2.32%
Keith Clark Delleva Electric Guitar Player Public Choice
9th 2
2.15%
Sherwin Baguion Singer Judges Choice
10th 12
2.07%
Luntayao Family Singing group Public Choice
11th 6
2.07%
Maria Jeline Oliva Violinist Judges Choice
12th 3
1.20%
Markki Stroem Singer Judges Choice

National Ratings[edit]

Pilipinas Got Talent Season 1 hits all-time high 43.3% national rating.[15]
The National Ratings came from the whole-wide Philippine coverage of TV audience ratings from Kantar Media Philippines.

Show Date Share Rank ( Night / Primetime ) Source
1st Audition February 20 38.7% 1 [16]
2nd Audition February 21 37.5% 1 [16]
3rd Audition February 27 37.7% 1 [17]
4th Audition February 28 43.1% 1 [17]
5th Audition March 6 34.3% 1 [18]
6th Audition March 7 39.1% 1 [18]
7th Audition March 13 37.7% 1 [19]
8th Audition March 14 31.6% 2 [19]
9th Audition March 20 37.4% 1 [20]
10th Audition March 21 39.4% 1 [20]
11th Audition March 27 35.9% 1 [21]
12th Audition March 28 34.6% 1 [21]
13th Audition April 4 36.4% 1 [22]
14th Audition April 10 31.1% 2 [23]
15th Audition April 11 33.6% 1 [23]
16th Audition April 17 33.9% 1 [24]
17th Audition April 18 32% 1 [24]
18th Audition April 24 34.6% 2 [25]
19th Audition April 25 30.7% 1 [25]
Semi-finals 1 (Performance Night) May 1 36.5% 1 [26]
Semi-finals 1 (Results Night) May 2 33.3% 1 [26]
Semi-finals 2 (Performance Night) May 8 34.4% 1 [27]
Semi-finals 2 (Results Night) May 9 29.7% 1 [27]
Semi-finals 3 (Performance Night) May 15 34.9% 1 [28]
Semi-finals 3 (Results Night) May 16 30.7% 1 [28]
Semi-finals 4 (Performance Night) May 22 34.2% 1 [29]
Semi-finals 4 (Results Night) May 23 30.4% 1 [29]
Semi-finals 5 (Performance Night) May 29 35.7% 1 [30]
Semi-finals 5 (Results Night) May 30 27.1% 1 [30]
Semi-finals 6 (Performance Night) June 5 36.9% 1 [31]
Semi-finals 6 (Results Night) June 6 31.5% 1 [31]
Grand Finals (Performance Night) June 12 37% 1 [32]
Grand Finals(Results Night) June 13 43.3% 1 [32]

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