Pilipinas Got Talent (season 3)

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Pilipinas Got Talent
Season 3
Broadcast from July 9 – October 23, 2011
Judges Freddie M. Garcia (aka FMG)
Kris Aquino
Ai-Ai de las Alas
Host(s) Billy Crawford
Luis Manzano
Broadcaster ABS-CBN
Winner
Maasinhon Trio
Origin Southern Leyte
Genre(s) Singing Trio
Runner-up
Khalil Joseph Ramos
Chronology

The third season of Pilipinas Got Talent premiered on ABS-CBN on July 9, 2011, two weeks after the grand finals of season two aired. Billy Crawford and Luis Manzano return as the hosts of the show. The three judges from the previous seasons reprise their roles.[1]

Semifinals commenced on September 10, 2012 until October 16, 2012 with 12 acts qualified for the Grand Finals. The show ended on October 23, 2012, with Maasinhon Trio, a singing trio, of Southern Leyte proclaimed as winners winning the grand prize of 2 million pesos. On the other hand, Khalil Joseph Ramos of Parañaque City ended as a runner-up, and Bringas Brothers of Davao del Sur as third placers with each had received a hundred thousand pesos. The other 9 grand finalists also received 50 thousand pesos as consolation prizes.[2]

This May 14, 2015, Filipino shadow play group El Gamma Penumbra, who placed fourth in the finals of this season, was declared the winner of the first season of Asia's Got Talent.

Auditions[edit]

The auditions for the third season took place in key cities in the Philippines. Major auditions were held in Baguio, Manila, Batangas, Cebu, Bacolod, Tacloban, Iloilo, Cagayan de Oro, Davao, and General Santos City.[3]

There were also mini-auditions in several cities and provinces in the Philippines including Laoag, Vigan, Tuguegarao, Apayao, Isabela, Baguio, Pangasinan, Cabanatuan, Tarlac, Baler, Manila, Laguna, San Pablo City, Lucena, Camarines Norte, Camarines Sur, Catanduanes, Albay, Sorsogon, Masbate, Mindoro, Puerto Princesa, Kalibo, Roxas City, Catarman, Catbalogan, Borongan, Ormoc, Dumaguete, Bohol, Camiguin, Iligan, Butuan, Bukidnon, Dipolog, Zamboanga, Kidapawan, Marbel, Digos and Mati. These mini-auditions are judged by Pilipinas Got Talent staff and those who passed will make it to the regional auditions.

In addition, online auditions was put up where contestants can upload their own audition video and send it to the website of Pilipinas Got Talent.[3]

The show picked the best act "The One" every airing night to receive P5,000 sponsored by Head & Shoulders. Loverkada Kids became the first recipient of the award.

Date of Audition Audition Venue City
April 26 & 27, 2011 Cebu Institute of Technology – University Cebu City, Cebu
April 26 & 27, 2011 La Consolacion College – Bacolod Bacolod, Negros Occidental
April 29 & 30, 2011 Leyte Normal University Tacloban, Leyte
April 29 & 30, 2011 Iloilo National High School Iloilo City, Iloilo
May 4 & 5, 2011 Capitol University Cagayan de Oro, Misamis Oriental
May 7 & 8, 2011 The Philippine Women's College of Davao Davao City, Davao del Sur
May 7 & 8, 2011 ABS - CBN Studio 9 Quezon City, Metro Manila
May 10 & 11, 2011 Lyceum of the Philippines University, Batangas Batangas City, Batangas
May 10 & 11, 2011 Holy Trinity College of General Santos City General Santos, South Cotabato
May 25 & 26, 2011 SM Cinema 1, SM City Cebu Cebu City, Cebu
June 8 & 9, 2011 Liceo de Cagayan University Cagayan de Oro, Misamis Oriental
June 16 & 17, 2011 University of Baguio Baguio, Benguet
June 23 & 24, 2011 PAGCOR Grand Theater Parañaque, Metro Manila

Successful auditionees[edit]

At the end of the auditions, a total 187 artists made it through the auditions and will proceed to the "Judges Cull".[4]

Judges Cull[edit]

After the nationwide auditions (including online auditions), 187 acts made it to the next round called "The Judges Cull" where the judges were able to make a review of the contenders who passed the auditions which they are going to choose the top 36 semi-finalists. The Judges' Cull was held in ABS-CBN Studios in Quezon City where 24 acts from Luzon and Mindanao made it to the semi-finals. In addition, the 12 acts from Visayas were visited by the judges as well as Billy Crawford and Luis Manzano in their respective hometowns.[4]

Top 36 results summary[edit]

Color key
Name of Act [5] Age[5] Genre[5] Act[5] Hometown[5] Semifinal(week) Position Reached
Maasinhon Trio 40 – 45 Singing Singing Trio Southern Leyte 5 Winner
Khalil Joseph Ramos 15 Singing Singer Parañaque City 6 Runner-up
Bringas Brothers1 25 & 27 Singing Acoustic Duo Davao del Sur 3 Third place
El Gamma Penumbra 12 - 26 Shadow play Shadow theater group Batangas City 1 Finalist
Synergy 14 – 19 Acrobatics Aerial acrobatics troupe San Carlos City, Negros Occidental 3 Finalist
Sandugo Band 18 – 33 Music Reggae band San Pablo City, Laguna 2 Finalist
Twin Divas2 25 Singing and dancing Singing and Dancing Duo Nueva Ecija 4 Finalist
Renagine Pepito 11 Singing Singer Cagayan de Oro City 5 Finalist
Loverkada Kids 8 – 14 Gymnastics Gymnastics Group and Contortionists Butuan City 4 Finalist
Muriel Lomadilla 16 Singing Singer Lapu-Lapu City 2 Finalist
Kiriko 20 – 31 Music Rappers Santa Cruz, Laguna 6 Finalist
Lucky Twins3 21 Dancing Contemporary Dancing Duo Tacloban City 1 Finalist
Jet Barrun 22 Singing Singer Pateros 6 Semifinalist
Flip Duo 38 & 43 Comedy and Dancing Comedic Dancing Duo Bukidnon 6 Semifinalist
Jane Ann Arnado 6 Variety Hula Hoop Tricker San Remigio, Cebu 6 Semifinalist
Technojazz 14 – 19 Dancing Cheerdancing Troupe Sampaloc, Manila & General Santos City 6 Semifinalist
Jeziel Dimagna-ong 38 Singing Singer Siquijor 5 Semifinalist
Negros Dance Superstars 18 – 27 Dancing Ballroom Dancing Troupe Negros Occidental 5 Semifinalist
Philippine Dubstep4 19 & 20 Music Beatboxing Duo Davao City & General Santos City 5 Semifinalist
Wushu Discovery 14 – 27 Martial arts Martial Arts Troupe Quezon City 5 Semifinalist
Rowell Quizon5 28 Singing Singer Manila 4 Semifinalist
Inner Core 26 – 32 Music Band Marilao, Bulacan 4 Semifinalist
Kim Tenorio 38 Theater puppetry Puppeteer Liliw, Laguna 4 Semifinalist
Triple Senzes 20 – 23 Dancing Dance crew Cebu City 4 Semifinalist
Jive Dancers 14 – 20 Dancing Dance crew Leyte 3 Semifinalist
Gensan Contortionists Various Gymnastics Contortionist Duo General Santos City 3 Semifinalist
Lyn del Rosario 44 Singing Singer Muntinlupa 3 Semifinalist
Rhonsben Jonota 12 Singing Singer Negros Occidental 3 Semifinalist
Geo Ed Rebucas 20 Singing Falsetto Singer Zamboanga del Sur 2 Semifinalist
Marvic Alvarez 8 Variety Metal Balancer and Twirler Biñan, Laguna 2 Semifinalist
Saurog Dance Troupe 18 – 20 Dancing Ballroom Dance Troupe Eastern Samar 2 Semifinalist
Willy Cordovales 40 Singing Singer Antipolo City 2 Semifinalist
Seedz Band 22 – 29 Music Band Escalante City, Negros Occidental 1 Semifinalist
Kristoffer Campos 22 Music Saxophonist Baguio City 1 Semifinalist
Pauline Agupitan 11 Singing Singer Lipa City 1 Semifinalist
Rita Paraiso 39 Singing Singer Hong Kong/Tondo, Manila 1 Semifinalist
Notes
  1. ^ Bringas Brothers is composed of Jefferson & Kurt Bringas.
  2. ^ The Twin Divas is composed of Honey & Mahal Villena.
  3. ^ The Lucky Twins is composed of Rodolf & Randolf Escalona.
  4. ^ Philippine Dubstep is composed of Harold Jomar Gesulga & Kervy Salazar.
  5. ^ Rowell Quizon is a grandson of the King of the Philippine Comedy, Dolphy.[6]

Live shows[edit]

Semifinals[edit]

The Semifinals began on September 10, 2011 in PAGCOR Grand Theater in Parañaque, Metro Manila. Each week, performances from six acts took place on Saturday nights, while the results are announced during Sunday nights of which two acts will proceed to the grand finals.[7] Often during results nights, guests are invited live to perform.

Semifinals summary[edit]

The order columns list the order of appearance each act made for every episode.

Color key

Week 1 (September 10 & 11)[edit]

Artist[8] Order Act Vote Percentage Buzzes and judges' choices Results
FMG Kris Ai-Ai
Seedz Band 1 Band 13.00% Eliminated
Pauline Agupitan 2 Singer 12.39% Eliminated
Lucky Twins 3 Contemporary Dancing Duo 17.82% Won the judges vote
Kristoffer Campos 4 Saxophonist 8.42% Eliminated
Rita Paraiso 5 Singer 10.98% Eliminated
El Gamma Penumbra 6 Shadow Theater Group 37.38% Won the public vote

Week 2 (September 17 & 18)[edit]

Artist[9] Order Act Vote Percentage Buzzes and judges' choices Results
FMG Kris Ai-Ai
Geo Ed Rebucas 1 Falsetto Singer 23.92% Eliminated
Saurog Dance Company 2 Ballroom Dance Troupe 8.45% Eliminated
Willy Cordovales 3 Singer 17.06% Eliminated
Marvic Alvarez 4 Metal Balancer and Twirler 5.71% Eliminated
Sandugo Band 5 Reggae Band 27.13% Won the public vote
Muriel Lomadilla 6 Singer 17.06% Won the judges vote

Week 3 (September 24 & 25)[edit]

Artist[10] Order Act Vote Percentage Buzzes and judges' choices Results
FMG Kris Ai-Ai
Rhonsben Jonota 1 Singer 13.76% Eliminated
Gensan Contortionists 2 Contortionist Duo 2.69% Eliminated
Bringas Brothers 3 Acoustic Duo 36.96% Won the public vote
Jive Dancers 4 Dance Crew 19.76% Eliminated
Lyn del Rosario 5 Singer 6.31% Eliminated
Synergy 6 Aerial Acrobatics Troupe 20.52% Won the judges vote

Week 4 (October 1 & 2)[edit]

Artist Order Act Vote Percentage Buzzes and judges' choices Results
FMG Kris Ai-Ai
Twin Divas 1 Singing and Dancing Duo 28.30% Won the judges vote
Kim Tenorio 2 Puppeteer 5.84% Eliminated
Rowell Quizon 3 Singer 17.10% Eliminated
Triple Senzes 4 Popping Dance Crew 6.64% Eliminated
Inner Core 5 Band 7.36% Eliminated
Loverkada Kids 6 Gymnastics Group and Contortionists 34.78% Won the public vote

Week 5 (October 8 & 9)[edit]

Artist[11] Order Act Vote Percentage Buzzes and judges' choices Results[11]
FMG Kris Ai-Ai
Wushu Discovery 1 Martial Arts Troupe 1.19% Eliminated
Jeziel Dimagna-ong 2 Singer 14.60% Eliminated
Negros Dance Superstars 3 Ballroom Dancing Troupe 6.57% Eliminated
Maasinhon Trio 4 Singing Trio 52.33% Won the public vote
Philippine Dubstep 5 Beatboxing Duo 4.32% Eliminated
Renagine Pepito 6 Singer 20.99% Won the judges vote

Week 6 (October 15 & 16)[edit]

Artist Order Act Vote Percentage Buzzes and judges' choices Results
FMG Kris Ai-Ai
Technojazz 1 Cheerdancing Troupe 2.62% Eliminated
Jane Ann Arnado 2 Hula Hoop Tricker 10.72% Eliminated
Kiriko 3 Rappers 11.16% Won the judges vote
Khalil Joseph Ramos 4 Singer 53.20% Won the public vote
Flip Duo 5 Comedic Dancing Duo 7.60% Eliminated
Jet Barrun 6 Singer 14.70% Eliminated

Finals (October 22 & 23)[edit]

The Grand Finals was held at the Ynares Sports Center in Antipolo City on October 22 & 23, 2011. Several celebrities graced the show during the grand finals. Christian Bautista, Jed Madela, and Nina performed with the top finalist singers; The shows hosts' Billy Crawford and Luis Manzano performed a dance number; Gary Valenciano and son, Paolo Valenciano, with their rendition of "Come Together" of the Beatles; Kamikazee, a Filipino rock band, sang their own song called "Narda"; and season 2's Marcelito Pomoy performed a song number.[2]

Performances & results[edit]

Artists[12] Order[12] Performance[12] Results[2]
Vote
Percentage
Placement
El Gamma Penumbra 1 Performed shadow theater routine based on the Piliin Ang Pilipinas tourism campaign. 8.05% Fourth place
Maasinhon Trio 2 Sang "Nais Ko" by Basil Valdez. 22.59% Winner
Loverkada Kids 3 Performed a multitrack gymnastics and dance routine, which included a horizontal wave and a human jump rope. 4.66% Ninth place
Renagine Pepito 4 Sang "Note to God" by JoJo. 5.08% Eighth place
Kiriko 5 Performed an original composition, "Pilipinas Got Talent! ('Wag Kang Susuko)." 2.52% Eleventh place
Bringas Brothers 6 Sang "Change the World" by Eric Clapton. 14.03% Third place
Twin Divas 7 Sang a medley composed of "When You Believe" by Mariah Carey and Whitney Houston and "Let's Get Loud" by Jennifer Lopez. 5.26% Seventh place
Muriel Lomadilla 8 Sang "Killing Me Softly with His Song" by Roberta Flack. 3.56% Tenth place
Lucky Twins 9 Performed an interpretative dance routine to the tune of "Maalaala Mo Kaya" by Carol Banawa. 1.43% Twelfth place
Sandugo Band 10 Sang "Yugyugan Na!" by P.O.T. 6.91% Sixth place
Khalil Joseph Ramos 11 Sang "Dream On" by Aerosmith. 18.64% Runner-up
Synergy 12 Performed a storytelling acrobatics routine set to orchestral music. 7.27% Fifth place

Television ratings[edit]

Television ratings for the third season of Pilipinas Got Talent on ABS-CBN are gathered from two major sources, namely from AGB Nielsen Philippines and Kantar Media - TNS. AGB Nielsen Philippines covers Mega Manila only, while Kantar Media - TNS covers most of the Philippines.

Television ratings of the third season of Pilipinas Got Talent
Stage Air Date AGB Nielsen Kantar Media - TNS Source
Rating Ranking Rating Ranking AGB
Nielsen
Kantar
Media - TNS
Timeslot Primetime Timeslot Primetime
Auditions July 9 08.7% #2 #7 23.5% #1 #3 [13][14] [15][16]
July 10 12.4% #1 #1 30.5% #1 #1 [13][14] [15][16]
July 16 10.0% #2 #4 26.8% #1 #2 [17][18] [19][20]
July 17 11.0% #1 #1 26.8% #1 #2 [17][18] [19][20]
July 23 10.4% #1 #2 26.8% #1 #2 [21][22] [23][24]
July 24 10.8% #1 #1 28.1% #1 #1 [21][22] [23][24]
July 30 10.5% #1 #2 27.2% #1 #2 [25][26] [27][28]
July 31 11.6% #1 #1 28.7% #1 #1 [25][26] [27][28]
August 6 10.7% #2 #3 26.1% #1 #2 [29][30] [31][32]
August 7 10.7% #1 #3 27.5% #1 #1 [29][30] [31][32]
August 13 10.5% #1 #1 29.6% #1 #2 [33][34] [35][36]
August 14 11.4% #1 #1 30.7% #1 #1 [33][34] [35][36]
August 20 10.5% #1 #2 31.1% #1 #2 [37][38] [39][40]
August 21 10.1% #1 #1 28.2% #1 #1 [37][38] [39][40]
August 27 10.3% #2 #4 27.7% #1 #3 [41][42] [43][44]
August 28 11.9% #1 #1 31.6% #1 #1 [41][42] [43][44]
Judges' Cull September 3 08.8% #2 #4 24.4% #1 #3 [45][46] [47][48]
September 4 10.0% #1 #1 22.5% #1 #2 [45][46] [47][48]
Semifinals September 10 08.0% #3 #7 21.1% #1 #4 [49][50] [51][52]
September 11 07.9% #1 #4 24.3% #1 #2 [49][50] [51][52]
September 17 07.9% #1 #6 21.3% #1 #4 [53][54] [55][56]
September 18 08.9% #1 #3 23.3% #1 #2 [53][54] [55][56]
September 24 08.2% #2 #5 22.9% #1 #3 [57][58] [59][60]
September 25 09.4% #1 #5 24.5% #1 #2 [57][58] [59][60]
October 1 07.0% #1 #9 17.2% #1 #7 [61][62] [63][64]
October 2 08.3% #2 #8 23.0% #1 #2 [61][62] [63][64]
October 8 10.1% #2 #4 27.1% #1 #2 [65][66] [67][68]
October 9 09.4% #1 #3 24.7% #1 #2 [65][66] [67][68]
October 15 07.1% #2 #6 20.2% #1 #4 [69][70] [71][72]
October 16 08.3% #3 #7 21.4% #1 #3 [69][70] [71][72]
Grand Finals October 22 09.5% #1 #2 25.7% #1 #2 [73][74] [75][76]
October 23 12.0% #1 #1 32.0% #1 #1 [73][74] [75][76]

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