Pilipinas Got Talent (season 4)

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Pilipinas Got Talent
Season 4
Broadcast from February 16 (2013-02-16) – June 8, 2013 (2013-06-08)
Judges Kris Aquino
Ai-Ai delas Alas
Freddie Garcia
Vice Ganda (Guest judge)[1]
Host(s) Billy Crawford
Luis Manzano
Broadcaster ABS-CBN
Finals venue PAGCOR Grand Theater
Winner
Roel Manlangit
Origin Valencia, Bukidnon
Genre(s) Singer
Runner-up
Frankendal Fabroa
Chronology

The fourth season of Pilipinas Got Talent is a talent show on ABS-CBN.[2] The show premiered on February 16, 2013. Billy Crawford, and Luis Manzano reprised their hosting duties; while Kris Aquino, Ai-Ai delas Alas, and Freddie Garcia returned as judges of the show.[3][4]

This season will mark the introduction of a semifinal round, where in 12 acts who won the quarterfinals will compete for the six slots in the grand finals.[5]

On June 2, 2013, Roel Manlangit, a 13-year-old singer from Valencia, Bukidnon, was hailed as the winner of the season.[6][7]

A special episode, dubbed as You Got It! Kwento Natin 'To!, highlighting the past episodes of the season was aired on June 8, 2013.

Auditions[edit]

Cities where the major auditions were held.

A teaser for the fourth season were aired after the results night of The X Factor Philippines in July 29, 2012. Calls for auditions were announced in early August 2012. Major auditions were held in key cities like Parañaque City, Quezon City, Dagupan City, Bacolod, General Santos, Cebu and Davao City. Mini-auditions were also held in Manila, Marikina City, Valenzuela City, Nueva Ecija, Olongapo, Taytay, Dasmariñas City, Rosario, Santa Rosa City, San Pablo City, Batangas City, Lipa City, Lucena City, Gumaca, Calapan, Palawan, Iloilo, Consolacion, Dumaguete, Tacloban and Cagayan de Oro.

People were also able to audition online by uploading their audition videos to CgeTV, a user-generated video channel created by ABS-CBN Interactive.[8][9] Online auditions ran from August 2012 until December 30, 2012. In addition, there are outdoor auditions for some acts in the show such as exhibitions, stunts and gymnastics that required materials like cars, motorcycles or swimming pool which held outside the venue.

Winners of TFCkat, an international competition made by The Filipino Channel which is held in Filipino key areas all over the world, were also given auditions slots.[5][9][10][11]

Audition Date City Audition Venue
August 19, 2012 Quezon City Trinity University of Asia
August 22 & 23, 2012 Bacolod City Bacolod Pavilion Resort Hotel
August 28 & 29, 2012 General Santos City Holy Trinity College of General Santos City
September 17 & 18, 2012 Cebu City SM City Cebu
December 1 & 2, 2012 Cebu City Cebu Institute of Technology – University
December 3 & 4, 2012 Davao City Philippine Women's University – Davao
December 11 & 12, 2012 Naga, Camarines Sur Camarines Sur Polytechnic Colleges
December 15 & 16, 2012 Dagupan Lyceum Northwestern University
December 18 & 19, 2012 Quezon City ABS-CBN
January 16, 17 & 18, 2013 Parañaque PAGCOR Grand Theater

Successful auditionees[edit]

At the end of the auditions, all the artists who made it through the auditions will proceed to the "Judges Cull".

Judges Cull[edit]

After the auditions, 104 acts made it to the Judges Cull held at the ABS-CBN Broadcasting Center in Quezon City. In this round, the judges will make a review of their auditions in order to choose the top 36 acts to compete in the Live Quarterfinals.[12] The quarter finalists are composed of fourteen dance acts; seven singing acts; three musical acts; and twelve variety/novelty acts that include various stunts, outdoor acts, magic acts, acrobatics and gymnastics.[11]

Top 36 results summary[edit]

Color key
Artists[11][12] Age[12] Genre[11][12] Act[11][12] Hometown[12] QF1
(wk.)
SF1
(wk.)
Position
Reached
Roel Manlangit 13 Singing Singer Valencia City, Bukidnon 5 7 Winner
Frankendal Fabroa 29 Dancing Cyr wheel dancer Tondo, Manila 5 8 Runner-up
MP3 Band 22 - 24 Music Acoustic musicians Davao City 3 7 Third place
Zilent Overload 12 - 20 Blacklight theater Blacklight performers Pasig City 2 7 Fourth place
D' Intensity Breakers 14 - 28 Dancing Dance crew Lipa City 4 8 Fifth place
Lateral Drift Productions 22 - 36 Exhibition Car drifters Parañaque City 6 8 Sixth place
Bughaw Folkloric Dance Group 16 - 36 Dancing Cultural dance troupe Mendez, Cavite 6 8 Semifinalist
Eumee Lyn Capile 23 Singing Singer Valenzuela City 2 8 Semifinalist
The Miss Tres 30 - 32 Singing Singing trio Marilao, Bulacan 1 8 Semifinalist
Chaeremon Basa 15 Variety Flair bartender Bacolod City 1 7 Semifinalist
Symmetry 15 - 23 Dancing Twin dancing Davao City 3 7 Semifinalist
Tito Cris Castro 54 Magic Quick change artist Sampaloc, Manila 4 7 Semifinalist
VMA Cultural Arts 18 - 24 Dancing Contemporary dance troupe Bacolod City 6 N/A Quarterfinalist
Balungao Robotic Dancers 12 - 17 Dancing Dance crew Balungao, Pangasinan 6 N/A Quarterfinalist
GenSan Stunt Team 24 & 36 Stunts Stunt motorcyclists General Santos City 6 N/A Quarterfinalist
Rosenrei Synchro Sirens 11 - 22 Gymnastics Synchronized swimmers Manila 6 N/A Quarterfinalist
Cris Bernardo 28 Singing Singer Dubai, United Arab Emirates 5 N/A Quarterfinalist
Crewckattz 14 - 27 Dancing Puppet illusion dance crew Isabela 5 N/A Quarterfinalist
Philippine Gymnastics and Athletics Academy Various Gymnastics Gymnastics group Muntinlupa City 5 N/A Quarterfinalist
RMMC Dance + Site Project 24 & 28 Dancing Contemporary dance duo General Santos City 5 N/A Quarterfinalist
Russell Figueroa 28 Singing Singer Vancouver, Canada 4 N/A Quarterfinalist
Lumina 15 - 20 Acrobatics Aerial acrobatics trio San Carlos City, Negros Occidental 4 N/A Quarterfinalist
The Can Can Group of Regidor Elementary School 6 - 20 Dancing Can-Can dance troupe Santa Cruz, Manila 4 N/A Quarterfinalist
The Fluma Viron of Cuerdas 14 - 18 Music Violin ensemble Baliuag, Bulacan 4 N/A Quarterfinalist
Randy de Silva 20 Singing Singer Olongapo City 3 N/A Quarterfinalist
Florendo "Randy" Macalma Jr. 63 Animal tricks Dog tricks act Quezon City 3 N/A Quarterfinalist
Michael "Mifer" Fernando 34 Magic Magician Las Piñas City 3 N/A Quarterfinalist
Tahanang Walang Hagdan Wheelchair Dancesport and BMG Dancers 18 - 36 Dancing Wheelchair dancesport group Cainta, Rizal 3 N/A Quarterfinalist
John Neil Roa 12 Singing Singer Cebu City 2 N/A Quarterfinalist
EYX Point 20 - 28 Acrobatics Acrobatics trio Caloocan City 2 N/A Quarterfinalist
Sinag Color Guards (SI.CO.GU.) 14 - 28 Variety Flag twirling group Pasig City 2 N/A Quarterfinalist
Sundee Viñas 28 Dancing Sword balancer / Belly dancer Taal, Batangas 2 N/A Quarterfinalist
Security and Escort Battalion Combo Philippine Army 24 - 38 Music Musical ensemble Taguig City 1 N/A Quarterfinalist
All In One Crew 10 - 18 Dancing Blacklight dance crew General Trias, Cavite 1 N/A Quarterfinalist
Marvin Arquero 32 Magic Magician Malolos, Bulacan 1 N/A Quarterfinalist
Segutier Triplets 12 Martial arts Martial arts trio Iloilo 1 N/A Quarterfinalist
  1. ^ a b Note that QF and SF stands for Quarterfinals and Semifinals, respectively.

Live shows[edit]

Live shows summary[edit]

Color key
Live shows summary
Artists Quarterfinals Semifinals Finals
Week 1 Week 2 Week 3 Week 4 Week 5 Week 6 Week 7 Week 8 Round 1 Round 2
Roel Manlangit 1st 2nd Safe 1st
Frankendal Fabroa 3rd 3rd Safe 2nd
MP3 Band 1st 1st Safe 3rd
Zilent Overload 1st 4th 4th Eliminated
D' Intensity Breakers 1st 1st 5th Eliminated
Lateral Drift Productions 2nd 4th 6th Eliminated
Bughaw Folkloric Dance Group 1st 2nd Eliminated
Eumee Lyn Capile 3rd 5th Eliminated
The Miss Tres 3rd 6th Eliminated
Chaeremon Basa 1st 3rd Eliminated
Tito Cris Castro 2nd 5th Eliminated
Symmetry 3rd 6th Eliminated
VMA Cultural Arts 3rd Eliminated
Balungao Robotic Dancers 4th Eliminated
GenSan Stunt Team 5th Eliminated
Rosenrei Synchro Sirens 6th Eliminated
Cris Bernardo 2nd Eliminated
RMMC Dance + Site Project 4th Eliminated
Philippine Gymnastics 5th Eliminated
Crewckattz 6th Eliminated
Russell Figueroa 3rd Eliminated
Regidor Elementary School 4th Eliminated
Lumina 5th Eliminated
The Fluma Viron of Cuerdas 6th Eliminated
Randy de Silva 2nd Eliminated
Tahanang Walang Hagdan 4th Eliminated
Florendo Macalma Jr. 5th Eliminated
Michael Fernando 6th Eliminated
John Neil Roa 2nd Eliminated
Sundee Viñas 4th Eliminated
EYX Point 5th Eliminated
SI.CO.GU. 6th Eliminated
Philippine Army 2nd Eliminated
Segutier Triplets 4th Eliminated
All In One Crew 5th Eliminated
Marvin Arquero 6th Eliminated
References: [13] [14] [15] [16] [17] [18] [19] [20] [21][22]

Quarterfinals[edit]

The Quarterfinals began on April 6, 2013 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 — one act chosen through public poll via SMS votes and one chosen by the judges — will proceed to the semifinals.[23] Oftentimes during results nights, guests are invited live to perform.

Color key

Week 1 (April 6 & 7)[edit]

Artists[11][24] Order Act[11] Vote Percentage[25] Buzzes and judges' choices Results[13][25]
Ai-Ai Kris FMG
The Miss Tres 1 Singing trio 15.88%1 Won the judges' vote
Chaeremon Basa 2 Flair bartender 28.09% Won the public's vote
All In One Crew 3 Blacklight dance crew 10.88% Eliminated
Security and Escort Battalion Combo Philippine Army 4 Musical ensemble 24.61%1 Lost the judges' vote
Segutier Triplets 5 Martial arts trio 11.40% Eliminated
Marvin Arquero 6 Magician 9.14% Eliminated

Note:

  1. ^ a b On the results night, all SMS votes received by Chaeremon Basa, All In One Crew, Segutier Triplets, and Marvin Arquero were revealed respectively. The votes for The Miss Tres, and Security and Escort Battalion Combo Philippine Army were shown but were not identified whom received the second (24.61%) and third (15.88%) highest percentage of SMS votes.[25] However, ABS-CBN later posted a tweet on April 8, 2013, through the show's official Twitter account, the vote percentage results of the two remaining acts along with the others' results.[26]

Week 2 (April 13 & 14)[edit]

Artists[14] Order Act Vote Percentage[14] Buzzes and judges' choices Results[14]
Ai-Ai Kris FMG
SI.CO.GU. 1 Flag twirling group 3.03% Eliminated
John Neil Roa 2 Singer 22.45% Lost the judges' vote
Sundee Viñas 3 Sword balancer / Belly dancer 10.32% Eliminated
EYX Point 4 Acrobatics trio 7.06% Eliminated
Eumee Lyn Capile 5 Singer 16.49% Won the judges' vote
Zilent Overload 6 Blacklight performers 40.65% Won the public's vote

Week 3 (April 20 & 21)[edit]

  • Celebrity performers: Iya Villania, Nikki Gil
  • Special performers: Ryan Christian Recto made a special birthday tribute to his eldest brother, Luis Manzano, together with Villania and Gil along with Manzano's other non-celebrity friends, Dance Selection from season 2, and Wushu Discovery from season 3
Artists[15] Order Act Vote Percentage[15] Buzzes and judges' choices[15] Results[15]
Ai-Ai Kris FMG
Tahanang Walang Hagdan Wheelchair Dancesport and BMG Dancers 1 Wheelchair dancesport group 12.28% Eliminated
Florendo "Randy" Macalma Jr. 2 Dog tricks act 6.94% Eliminated
MP3 Band 3 Acoustic musicians 43.65% Won the public's vote
Symmetry 4 Dance crew 15.71% Won the judges' vote
Randy de Silva 5 Singer 16.97% Lost the judges' vote
Michael "Mifer" Fernando 6 Magician 4.45% Eliminated

Week 4 (April 27 & 28)[edit]

Artists[16] Order Act[16] Vote Percentage[16] Buzzes and judges' choices[16] Results[16]
Ai-Ai Kris FMG
The Can Can Group of Regidor Elementary School 1 Can-Can dance troupe 12.19% Eliminated
Tito Cris Castro 2 Quick change artist 24.62% Won the judges' vote
Russell Figueroa 3 Singer 15.09% Lost the judges' vote
Lumina 4 Aerial acrobatics trio 6.96% Eliminated
The Fluma Viron of Cuerdas 5 Violin ensemble 4.41% Eliminated
D' Intensity Breakers 6 Dance crew 36.72% Won the public's vote

Week 5 (May 4 & 5)[edit]

  • Celebrity performer: Vice Ganda
  • Special performers: NielBeth (Leoniel Enopia and Elizabeth Dazo) from season 2 and Twin Divas from season 3
Artists[17] Order Act[17] Vote Percentage[17] Buzzes and judges' choices[17] Results[17]
Vice1 Kris FMG
Cris Bernardo 1 Singer 24.30% Lost the judges' vote
Crewckattz 2 Puppet illusionists / Dance crew 5.54% Eliminated
Frankendal Fabroa 3 Cyr wheel dancer 17.97% Won the judges' vote
Philippine Gymnastics and Athletics Academy 4 Gymnastics group 5.78% Eliminated
Roel Manlangit 5 Singer 37.53% Won the public's vote
RMMC Dance + Site Project 6 Contemporary dance duo 8.88% Eliminated
  1. ^ Ai-Ai delas Alas was not able to attend the fifth week of quarter finals due to illness. Due to this, Vice Ganda was asked to take her duties, but only as a replacement judge for the week.[1]

Week 6 (May 11 & 12)[edit]

Artists[27] Order Act1 Vote Percentage[18] Buzzes and judges' choices[18] Results[18]
Ai-Ai Kris FMG
Rosenrei Synchro Sirens 1 Synchronized swimmers 7.73% Eliminated
VMA Cultural Arts 2 Contemporary dance troupe 17.02% Lost the judges' vote
Balungao Robotic Dancers 3 Dance crew 16.87% Eliminated
Bughaw Folkloric Dance Group 4 Cultural dance troupe 23.72% Won the public's vote
GenSan Stunt Team 5 Stunt motorcyclists 14.23% Eliminated
Lateral Drift Productions 6 Car drifters 20.42% Won the judges' vote
  1. ^ The performances of the six remaining acts were held outside of PAGCOR Theater as a bigger space was needed for them to perform.

Semifinals[edit]

The Semifinals began on May 18, 2013 in PAGCOR Grand Theater in Parañaque, Metro Manila. For two weeks, six quarterfinalist winners per week will perform for a special spot in the six slots for the finals. The mechanics for the semifinals will be the same from the quarterfinals. However, three acts will be chosen per week, instead of the usual two — one act coming from the public's vote, and two from the judges' votes.

Also just like the quarterfinals, guests will be invited to perform in the show.

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Week 7 (May 18 & 19)[edit]

Artists[19] Order Act Vote Percentage[19] Buzzes and judges' choices[19] Results[19]
Ai-Ai Kris FMG
Chaeremon Basa 1 Flair bartender 19.50% Lost the judges' vote
Tito Cris Castro 2 Quick change artist 12.33% Eliminated
MP3 Band 3 Acoustic musicians 25.69% Won the public's vote
Symmetry 4 Dance crew 4.66% Eliminated
Roel Manlangit 5 Singer 20.28% Won the judges' vote
Zilent Overload 6 Blacklight performers 17.05% Won the judges' vote

Week 8 (May 25 & 26)[edit]

Artists[20] Order Act[20] Vote Percentage Buzzes and judges' choices[20] Results[20]
Ai-Ai Kris FMG
The Miss Tres 1 Singing trio 7.94% Eliminated
Bughaw Folkloric Dance Group 2 Cultural dance troupe 23.29% Lost the judges' vote
Eumee Lyn Capile 3 Singer 9.36% Eliminated
Frankendal Fabroa 4 Cyr wheel dancer 20.15% Won the judges' vote
Lateral Drift Productions1 5 Car drifters 9.63% Won the judges' vote
D' Intensity Breakers 6 Dance crew 29.63% Won the public's vote
  1. ^ The performance of Lateral Drift Productions was held outside of PAGCOR Theater as a bigger space was needed for them to perform.

Finals (June 1 & 2)[edit]

The Finals was held on June 1 & 2, 2013 in PAGCOR Grand Theater in Parañaque, Metro Manila.[29][30]

June 1, 2013

June 2, 2013

Performances & results[edit]

Color key
     – Winner
     – Runner-up
     – Third place
Artists[22] Order Performance Results[21][22]
Vote
Percentage
Placement
Roel Manlangit 1 Sang his own rendition of Bamboo's "Noypi".[6] 30.22% Winner[6]
D' Intensity Breakers 2 Performed an extreme hip-hop dance routine. Their routine also include death defying stunts while using flaming hula-hoops. 11.87% Fifth place
Frankendal Fabroa 3 Performed an interpretative dance routine to the tune of Demi Lovato's "Skyscraper" while using a cyr wheel.[35] 28.07% Runner-up
Lateral Drift Productions1 4 Performed a car drifting routine.[36] 2.44% Sixth place
MP3 Band 5 Played their own version of Michael Jackson's "Man in the Mirror".[37] 17.48% Third Place
Zilent Overload 6 Performed a blacklight theater routine to the tune of various Filipino ethnic and festival-like music.[38] 11.91% Fourth place
  1. ^ The performance of Lateral Drift Productions was held outside of PAGCOR Theater as a bigger space was needed for them to perform.

Criticism[edit]

With Manlangit declared as the winner of the fourth season, many Filipino netizens were disappointed with the show for its preference with singers. The show had produced four singers for four straight seasons, all of whom were males. Many had vented their disappointments on Twitter. One shared that in order to win the show, one must be a male singer with a very sad and tragic background story. Some netizens also recommended to change the title of the show to "Pilipinas Got Singers," pertaining much to the winning streak of singers in the show.[39][40]

Television ratings[edit]

Television ratings for the fourth season of Pilipinas Got Talent on ABS-CBN are gathered from two major sources, namely from AGB Nielsen and Kantar Media. AGB Nielsen's survey ratings are gathered from Mega Manila households, while Kantar Media's survey ratings are gathered from all over the Philippines' urban and rural households.

Stage Week Air Date Television ratings from AGB Nielsen Television ratings from Kantar Media Source
Rating Ranking Rating Ranking
Timeslot Primetime Timeslot Primetime
Auditions 1 February 16 23.0% #1 #2 29.6% #1 #3 [41][42]
February 17 18.4% #2 #4 25.8% #1 #1 [41][42]
2 February 23 22.5% #2 #3 30.1% #1 #3 [43][44]
February 24 18.6% #2 #5 28.0% #1 #1 [43][44]
3 March 2 22.6% #2 #3 27.5% #1 #3 [45][46]
March 3 20.2% #1 #3 25.4% #1 #1 [45][46]
4 March 9 22.9% #1 #3 29.5% #1 #2 [47][48]
March 10 22.7% #1 #3 29.4% #1 #1 [47][48]
5 March 16 23.7% #1 #2 28.4% #1 #2 [49][50]
March 17 22.6% #1 #2 22.7% #1 #2 [49][50]
6 March 23 20.4% #1 #3 27.4% #1 #3 [51][52]
Judges' Cull March 24 20.5% #1 #4 27.7% #1 #1 [51][52]
7 March 31 16.4% #2 #5 20.1% #1 #2 [53][54]
Quarterfinals 8 April 6 19.3% #2 #3 26.3% #1 #3 [55][56]
April 7 13.7% #2 #5 23.7% #1 #1 [55][56]
9 April 13 18.6% #2 #4 24.4% #1 #3 [57][58]
April 14 13.6% #2 #7 22.2% #1 #1 [57][58]
10 April 20 18.3% #2 #3 24.0% #1 #3 [59][60]
April 21 15.2% #1 #5 23.0% #1 #1 [59][60]
11 April 27 19.1% #1 #4 22.3% #1 #4 [61][62]
April 28 14.2% #2 #5 23.2% #1 #1 [61][62]
12 May 4 19.2% #2 #5 23.7% #1 #3 [63][64]
May 5 18.7% #2 #3 24.5% #1 #1 [63][64]
13 May 11 19.1% #2 #5 21.9% #1 #4 [65][66]
May 12 15.0% #3 #4 21.2% #1 #1 [65][66]
Semifinals 14 May 18 18.4% #2 #5 21.7% #1 #3 [67][68]
May 19 15.2% #3 #7 24.1% #1 #1 [67][68]
15 May 25 19.8% #2 #5 23.9% #1 #3 [69][70]
May 26 18.9% #2 #4 24.9% #2 #2 [69][70]
Finals 16 June 1 24.5% #1 #1 30.6% #1 #2 [71][72]
June 2 24.5% #1 #1 30.2% #1 #1 [71][72]
You Got It! Kwento Natin 'To! June 8 19.0% #2 #5 21.3% #1 #3 [73][74]
Season Average 19.34% #2 #4 25.27% #1 #2
Color keys
     Highest rating during the season
     Lowest rating during the season

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