5 Times Singaporeans SLAYED the Asia’s Got Talent Stage!


AXN’s top-rated series Asia’s Got Talent is coming back for season 3! Asia’s Got Talent judges must have seen thousands of acts in the last two seasons but who really left a lasting impression? Singapore did, that’s for sure.


The Sisters (SG)


The Sisters from Singapore, 10-year-old Anne-Sophie and 12-year-old Ariane, wowed the judges with their version of Leo Delibes’ “The Flower Duet”. Aiming to impress David Foster, the girls did more than that, receiving a standing ovation from the audience.

“I love that, it was beautiful. You really moved me,” Anggun said, praising the girls.

“Where did that come from? The fact that you guys are kids just went out of my mind, and that was beautiful,” said Jay Park.

“Girls, I really loved it. This is why we’re here, to see talent like that,” David Foster said. “They were so good, they were like one person.”

The Annoying Brothers (Singapore)

Is annoying a talent? Well, it definitely was for The Annoying Brothers from Singapore, as they brought The Annoying Show onto the world’s greatest stage…

And boy, they were annoying alright….in a good way! The brothers got the crowd cheering (and praying) as they juggled dangerously sharp knives above our dear unwilling thrill-seeker, show host Alan Wong.

“You made it really funny. It was really entertaining,” said Anggun

The genuine ability behind the act was praised by David Foster himself. “The real talent of what you do, you probably spent ten thousand hours doing that and you are unique.”

To everyone’s joy…. maybe except Alan’s, The Annoying Brothers got all ‘yeses’. Who knows, perhaps they might get Justin in the act with them next time!

The Makchicks (Singapore)

It’s never too late to chase your dreams, just ask The Makchicks from Singapore! These housewives showed Asia that even aunties can chase their dreams of singing on the big stage.

The Makchicks made their mark with the crowd through a powerful and sassy rendition of the Gloria Gaynor classic, “I Will Survive”.

“You guys looked very comfortable on stage. Your sassiness and the attitude. I loved it. It was dope”, said Jay Park, clearly enjoying the performance.

Anggun went even deeper, woman-to-woman, “Ladies, when you arrived on stage, and I thought please, please make this good. And, you were good.”

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These young tappers from Asia’s Got Talent Season 1, Dance Trilogy, displayed serious professionalism and expert precision for their young age. The crowd went crazy after watching their dance performance, giving the young girls a standing ovation.


“I was really impressed!” David Foster said.


Syah Riszuan (Singapore)


Meet the very talented 12-year-old Syah Riszuan, who sang the classic “It’s a Man’s World”, much to the delight of the audience and judges.

“Of all the singers on Asia’s Got Talent so far, you’re my favorite one,” Jay Park proudly declared.

 “You have that smooth voice and it makes me want to hear more, and more, and more!” Anggun said.

“You are smooth. I think you have the gift, man. I was impressed.” David Foster added.

Syah grew up listening to soul music. He started singing when he was four years old, even before he could properly pronounce the words. Driven by his talent, his mother wanted Syah to pursue his dreams and passion for Asia’s Got Talent.

If you have any hidden (or not-so-hidden) talent, there’s still time to get your act together! The open auditions in Singapore will be held at Blackbox Theatre, Goodman Arts Centre on Saturday, June 23, 2018!

Doors will open from 12nn and you will have your shot at international fame and a life-changing grand prize of USD100,000!

A highlight of the audition day will be a special appearance by popular Asia’s Got Talent hosts, Alan Wong and Justin Bratton, who will report live via AXN’s Facebook (@axnasia) page at 1 pm on June 23. Alan and Justin will interview acts on the day while providing a glimpse into the exciting audition experience.

Due to the expected turn-out and exceptionally high demand on audition day, performers are encouraged to pre-apply online to expedite the registration process on the day (www.AXN-Asia.com/AsiasGotTalent).

Goodman Arts Centre is located on Goodman Road, Singapore 439053 and registration will be held at the Blackbox Theatre, Block M #01-53.

Information including the Goodman Arts Centre location map, frequently asked questions (FAQs) and the terms and conditions of participation are available at www.AXN-Asia.com/AsiasGotTalent.

Asia’s Got Talent is supported by regional sponsor Princess Cruises, the official cruise line of Asia’s Got Talent.

The Got Talent franchise was created by Simon Cowell’s Syco Entertainment and is co-produced and owned by Syco Entertainment and FremantleMedia. It is entered in the Guinness World Records as the most Successful Reality Television Format in history with 70 local versions produced across Europe, Asia Pacific, the Middle-East, Africa and the Americas. Around the world, the Got Talent format airs in a total of 186 countries.

AXN is Asia’s leading general entertainment channel, featuring exclusive top-rated drama series, blockbuster features, reality programs and groundbreaking original productions. The channel appeals to a discerning audience seeking content that is smart, intriguing and unexpected, all delivered close to US telecasts. From The Blacklist and MacGyver to Asia’s Got Talent and The Amazing Race Asia, AXN is defined not by a genre, but by an attitude that truly redefines action.

Launched first in Asia in 1997, AXN is a global channel brand with a presence in Latin America, Africa, and Europe. In Asia, the channel is enjoyed in 126 million households across 20 territories and is available in both SD and HD.

AXN Asia is wholly owned by Sony Pictures Entertainment and managed by Sony Pictures Television Networks, Asia, which also operates leading channels including Animax, Sony Channel, ONE and GEM.

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