PGT Season 6 Episodes 7 to 10 Highlights

Pilipinas Got Talent (PGT) Season 6 never ceases to be the number one trending topic on social media and Youtube. #PGTPangGulo alone on February 4 reached 6.4 million views on YouTube while PGT Exclusives with Kaladkaren Davila was followed by 12,000 plus online watchers. As episodes come and go, PGT remains number one on its time slot.

Courtesy: Pilipinas Got Talent
Courtesy: Pilipinas Got Talent

Psst.ph is now giving you the highlights of Episodes 7 to 10 aired on the following dates: January 27, January 28, February 3, and February 4.

Bad Boys, composed of kids aged 8 to 12,  wowed the crowd and judges with their moves. They would like to become models and actors in the future.

Salimpokaw Ko Masa Dance Troupe performed a Maranao dance, Singkil, using bamboo poles and percussion instruments.  Judges gave them their four yeses.

Angel Fire New Gen already joined PGT for the second time and last year, the group reached the semifinals. Their sexy performance received four yes votes from the judges.

Rap duo, Jhanskie and Ystilo Uno, impressed Robin Padilla, Angel Locsin, and FMG with their composition. Vice Ganda was the only one who voted no telling them that they should improve their rapping skills.

Pedro Lachica, also known as the 52-year old dancing lolo, deserved four yeses and a standing ovation from all judges.

Mohammed Aryan Akthan, a nine-year old little drummer boy from Bataan wowed the judges with his drumming skills. He got four yes votes.

The Quezon City-based folk hip-hop dance group, Nocturnal Dance Group, earned the Golden Buzzer from Robin Padilla. To date, three performers already got this much-coveted Golden Buzzer, where the recipient would automatically reach the semifinals. The first two were the pull-up bar dancers, Bandilleranz, and dance duo, Julius Obrero and Rhea Marquez.

Jeptha Callitong, a 17 year old teen magician from Ilocos Sur, got four yeses for his performance with a blend of humor and magic which became number one trending topic on Youtube with the hashtag #PGTWowMagic.

The 28 year old tricycle driver, Joven Olvido, showed his natural talent in comedy. His wittiness more than his vape tricks charmed the judges, audience, and netizens, garnering a number one trending slot in YouTube with the hashtag #PGTPangGulo, getting 6.4 million views as of February 4.

Batangas Drum Beaters won the hearts of the judges with their chants, dance, and drum beats.

56 year old Cresencio Estremos Jr. perfectly impersonalted President Rodrigo Duterte that made him through the next round.

Antonio Bathan Jr., 18 years old, wowed everyone with his “Pakbet” spoken word poetry. Angel challenged him to do a spontaneous poetry about Pilipinas Got Talent and that impressive performance became his ticket to the next round.

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SJ Valdez

Dreamer, Doer, Self-proclaimed Adviser... Simply a MOM!