Asia's Got Talent (season 3)

The third season of Asia's Got Talent (AGT) premiered on February 7, 2019 at 8:30 pm (UTC+8).[1] The winner of this season will receive a grand prize of US$100,000.[2][3]

Asia's Got Talent
Season 3
Broadcast fromFebruary 7 (2019-02-07) 
April 11, 2019 (2019-04-11)
JudgesDavid Foster
Anggun
Jay Park
Host(s)Alan Wong
Justin Bratton
BroadcasterAXN Asia
Winner
Eric Chien
OriginTaiwan
Genre(s)Close-up magician
Runner-up
Yaashwin Sarawanan

The show is hosted by Alan Wong and Justin Bratton, both returning from the previous season.[4] David Foster, Anggun, and Jay Park returned as judges for this season.

The show's official sponsor for this season is Princess Cruises.[1]

Taiwanese close-up magician, Eric Chien, was declared as the third season winner, making him the first winner from outside Southeast Asia as well as the first winner from a country with no separate Got Talent franchise.

Auditions

Open auditions

The open auditions for the third season will take place in key cities in Asia. Open auditions will be held in Thailand, Singapore, Philippines, Vietnam, Indonesia, and Malaysia. The open auditions will be judged by Asia's Got Talent producers.

Auditionees are also allowed to submit their audition videos online via the show's official website. Entries will be accepted from May 16 to July 9, 2018.[5] Due to popular demand, the online auditions were extended for another week until July 16, 2018.[6] Those who will pass will proceed to the live judges' auditions.

Date of Open Audition Open Audition Venue City Ref.
May 16 – July 16, 2018 Online Auditions [5][7][6]
June 17, 2018 Ultra Arena, Show DC Bangkok, Thailand [7][8][9]
June 23, 2018 Blackbox Theatre, Goodman Arts Centre Marine Parade, Singapore [7][8][10]
June 30, 2018 Quezon City Experience Quezon City, Philippines [7][8][11]
July 1, 2018 Giai Phong Studio Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam [7][8][12]
July 7, 2018 Gor Bulungan Jakarta, Indonesia [7][8][13]
July 8, 2018 Taylor's University Lakeside Campus Subang Jaya, Malaysia [7][8][14]

Judges' auditions

The judges' auditions were taped from September 19 to 27, 2018 at the Pinewood Iskandar Malaysia Studios in Johor, Malaysia like the previous seasons.

The judges' auditions once again feature the Golden Buzzer. Each judge would have one chance to use the Golden Buzzer. The hosts (as one) also get an opportunity to press the golden buzzer. The so-called Golden Acts, those on whom the Golden Buzzer is used, would automatically advance to the semifinals. Jay Park pressed his golden buzzer for the Singaporean digital magician, TK Jiang, on the first episode. Anggun pressed her golden buzzer for the Taiwanese hiphop dance group, Maniac Family, on the second episode. Alan & Justin pressed their golden buzzer for the hand shadow performer, Shadow Ace, from the Philippines, on the third episode. Lastly, David Foster gave his golden buzzer to Eleana Gabunada, a musical singer also from the Philippines, on the fourth episode.

Below are the acts who are confirmed within the show to have received at least two Yes votes and thus had successfully passed their auditions, as well as the Golden Acts. The list does not cover everyone who had passed. Due to time constraints, some acts, named or otherwise, are seen with their fates partially known (only one known Yes vote) or edited out completely from broadcast and are thus not listed.

Semifinals

Like the previous season, the deliberation round was held at the Pinewood Iskandar Malaysia Studios in Johor, Malaysia. It was shown at end of the final auditions episode. Throughout the entire auditions, 99 acts received at least 2 yeses from the judges, including the four golden buzzer acts. Aside from the four acts that received the golden buzzer, the judges chose 20 more acts who would compete in semifinals. The four golden buzzer acts and the judges' picks would bring the total number of semifinalists to 24. The first eight semifinalists were announced after the deliberation round, with the others to be revealed gradually as the semifinal rounds progress.

The semifinal rounds were taped on December 6, 10, and 13, 2018 at the same studio as the judges' auditions.

Just like in the previous season, only online voting methods are available, but the Facebook hashtag voting was dropped. The audience may vote through Facebook Messenger and Google search. A maximum of 10 votes per day, per user, per platform is implemented.[15]

Facebook Messenger
  • The viewer must search for Asia's Got Talent on Facebook Messenger. A photo carousel will appear with the pictures of the week's semifinalists. Click the picture to assign 1 to 10 votes for the chosen act.
Google Search
  • The user must have a Google account first. The phrase "Asia's Got Talent vote" must be typed on the search box. The photos of the week's acts will appear. Click the photo to choose the act. The slider on the right assigns 1 to 10 votes for that act.

The revelation of results is slightly different, being revealed in the following week rather than the next night (as semifinal rounds are only once weekly, barring replays). The Judges' Pick returns this season. The judges would come to a unanimous decision to send one act straight to the finals. This is similar to the Judges' Choice in the other local franchises, albeit one ahead of the vote rather than after and based on the vote. Aside from the Judges' Pick, the two acts with the most public votes would also advance to the finals. There would be a total of nine finalists emerging from the three semifinal rounds.

Name of act Genre Act Hometown Semifinal Week Result
Eric Chien Magic Close-up magician Taiwan 2 Winner
Yaashwin Sarawanan Variety Human calculator Malaysia 2 Runner-up
Power Duo Dance Contemporary acrobatic duo Philippines 3 Third place
Maniac Family Dance Hip-hop dance group Taiwan 1 Fourth place
Siti Saniyah Singing Singer Indonesia 1 Middle two
Shadow Ace Variety Hand shadow performer Philippines 1 Middle two
Yang Shih Hao Dance Cyr wheel performer Taiwan 3 Bottom three
Junior Good Vibes Dance Hip-hop dance group Philippines 2 Bottom three
Nama Singing Quartet Malaysia 3 Bottom three
Ale Funky Music Electric guitarist Indonesia 1 Eliminated
Awesome Junior Dance Hip-hop dance group Thailand 2 Eliminated
Eleana Gabunada Singing Singer Philippines 2 Eliminated
Fabulous Sisters Dance Contemporary dance group Japan 1 Eliminated
Frans Sisir Music Combophonist Indonesia 3 Eliminated
Hanoi XGirls Dance Hip-hop dance group Vietnam 3 Eliminated
HK Sisters Singing Soprano & alto duet Philippines 3 Eliminated
J&K Voices Singing Duet Indonesia 2 Eliminated
Once Upon a Time Acrobatics Acrobatic duo Vietnam 1 Eliminated
The Painters Variety Dancing painters South Korea 2 Eliminated
Rock Opong Singing Singer/guitarist Philippines 1 Eliminated
Sudhir.R Music Flute player/beatboxer India 3 Eliminated
Takumi Takahashi Magic Close-up magician Japan 1 Eliminated
TK Jiang Magic Digital magician Singapore 3 Eliminated
YuiYui Dance Robotic dancer Japan 2 Eliminated

Semifinals summary

Semifinals 1 (March 14)

Voting for this round took place exclusively through Google Search due to technical problems experienced on Facebook services by users in numerous countries several hours before the episode aired.

Act Order Performance description Buzzes Result
Foster Anggun Park
Fabulous Sisters 1 Performed an interpretative dance amongst a clock tower machinery motif to the tune of a violin solo and dance version of Johann Sebastian Bach's "Toccata and Fugue in D minor." Eliminated
Ale Funky 2 Performed an electric guitar/rock solo version of Mozart's "Rondo alla turca". Eliminated
Shadow Ace 3 Performed a comedy shadow performance related to each of the three judges. Highlights included "Park" dancing to "Gangnam Style" by Psy (complete with horses), "Foster" trying his hand at break dancing despite his age, "Anggun" having water problems in the bathroom, and several lovers' spats. Advanced
Siti Saniyah 4 Sang "Valerie" by The Zutons. Advanced
Takumi Takahashi 5 Made Foster to pick a card which was stabbed with a butterfly knife. The identity of the stabbed card was revealed through magically turning the other cards of the same suit face up amongst a deck of face-down cards. Eliminated
Once Upon a Time 6 Performed a series of dance routines, culminating in one while suspended by ropes, all while in clown get-up. Eliminated
Rock Opong 7 Sang "I Believe" by Frankie Laine. Eliminated
Maniac Family 8 Performed a tribal and fire-themed dance routine. Advanced

Semifinals 2 (March 21)

Act Order Performance description Buzzes Result
Foster Anggun Park
Awesome Junior 1 Performed a biker gang dance routine to the tune of "Judas" by Lady Gaga and "Runaway Baby" by Bruno Mars. Eliminated
Eric Chien 2 Performed a magical routine involving a box containing cards and a string separating two halves of a table. Cards were separated by colors of their backs and cards traversing sides changed back colors. Red cards were then made to vanish, while one blue-back card disintegrated in part while crossing the string. The cards turned into coins and transposing the last card and a coin also changed the others. After the coins were placed into the box, the box contents and string disappeared. During the performance, Eric's vest changed color from black to blue and red and then back to black. Advanced
The Painters 3 Performed a dance/speed drawing performance where four famous paintings were recreated: The Kiss, Vincent Van Gogh's September 1889 self-portrait, Napoleon Crossing the Alps, and Mona Lisa. Eliminated
Eleana Gabunada 4 Sang "Defying Gravity" from the musical Wicked. Eliminated
Yaashwin Sarawanan 5 Performed a series of mathematical equations: adding six two-digit numbers (three times), multiplied two two-digit numbers, added a two-digit number to itself 57 times, and divided a three-digit number by 7 while blindfolded. Advanced
YuiYui 6 Performed a popping dance performance with an arcade game (a la Just Dance) theme. Eliminated
J&K Voices 7 Sang "Can You Feel the Love Tonight" from the movie The Lion King. Eliminated
Junior Good Vibes 8 Performed a street dance routine that included aerial stunts and well known dance moves such as the Shoot and the Floss. Advanced

Semifinals 3 (March 28)

Act Order Performance description Buzzes Result
Foster Anggun Park
Hanoi XGirls 1 Performed a Catwoman-themed dance routine. Eliminated
Frans Sisir 2 Performed a variety of jazz standards with his comb to the tunes of "Sway", "Moonlight Serenade" and "Quando quando quando". Eliminated
Yang Shih Hao 3 Performed a dream/friendship-themed performance to the tune of a cover version of "Somewhere Only We Know," originally by Keane. Advanced
HK Sisters 4 Performed a duet version of "Nella Fantasia" by Sarah Brightman. Eliminated
TK Jiang 5 Performed several magic tricks using a giant tablet PC and with the assistance of his significant other Su Yee who was at a remote location: The magician drank several sips of juice from a glass, caught said juice from a different container into a wineglass, and helped clean the spill by remotely sending a handkerchief to her. The magician then took a selfie with the hosts using his iPad, produced a physical version of it, and made it disappear by using a black handkerchief; said physical photograph reappeared in a picture frame behind Su Yee. Eliminated
Sudhir.R 6 Played his bansuri to the tunes of "Believer" by Imagine Dragons and "Despacito" by Luis Fonsi featuring Daddy Yankee and at the same time added accompanying beatbox tunes with "Jai Ho" by A. R. Rahman as the background music. Eliminated
Power Duo 7 Performed a dance routine to the tune of "Say Something" by A Great Big World and Christina Aguilera. Advanced
Nama 8 Sang "Sax" by Fleur East. Advanced

Finals

The finals, like the previous season, will be held at the Marina Bay Sands, Singapore, over a span of two episodes, a performance night and a results night.

The winner will receive a grand prize of US$100,000 and one-year complimentary flights from VietJet Air.

The opening production consists of the 9 finalists dancing to "Don't Stop Me Now" by Queen.

David Foster played the piano for Fernando Varela and Pia Toscano, who sang "You Raise Me Up" by Josh Groban and "All by Myself" by Eric Carmen, respectively. Anggun performed a duet with Luciano Pavarotti to "Caruso" in a virtual concert. While Jay Park performed his newest single entitled "K-Town".

Act Order Performance description Result
Maniac Family 1 Performed a dance routine simulating a virtual reality experience, starting with a world similar ancient China and then switching to a world in the distant future. Tied to this change in setting, the lead female dancer wore an Chinese empress-styled costume, then stripped to reveal a futuristic get-up underneath. Fourth place
Siti Saniyah 2 Sang "Rather Be" by Clean Bandit featuring Jess Glynne. Middle two
Shadow Ace 3 Performed a shadow play routine about a gay man's journey from heartbreak after a previous relationship into becoming a successful trans woman performer while facing prejudice and the like along the way. Songs used in the performance were "I Will Survive" by Gloria Gaynor, "Like a Virgin" by Madonna, "One Night Only" (disco version), and "And I Am Telling You I'm Not Going," the latter two from the musical Dreamgirls. Middle two
Yaashwin Sarawanan 4 Started with an opener a la The Matrix, correctly guessed the days of the week of the Petronas Towers' opening and the Apollo 11 moon landings (both Sunday), and released the hosts who were locked in a cage by correctly answering an addition equation, the cube root of 19,683 (27), and a gradually long calculation equation, all within a time limit of two and a half minutes. Runner-up
Eric Chien 5 Performed two sets of close-up magic routine. The magician first magically switched a silver coin and a copper coin, with one coin firmly inside Park's hand. The magician then poured colored chocolate buttons into a bowl, from which he produced a small Rubik's Cube, which host Alan Wong scrambled, and a larger cube, also scrambled then solved instantaneously; the smaller Rubik's cube was also found solved under Wong's hand. Both cubes were then transformed back into chocolate buttons. Winner
Junior Good Vibes 6 Performed a baseball-themed routine which also included a cheerleading portion to the tune of "Shake It Off" by Taylor Swift. Bottom three
Yang Shih Hao 7 Performed a space and flowers routine to the tune of "Take On Me" by A-ha (both the original and a slow cover version). At the end of the performance, Shih Hao left the cyr wheel and suspended himself above the stage as the words "You see it when you believe it" appeared at the sides. Bottom three
Power Duo 8 Performed an interpretative dance and acrobatics routine to the tune of "Come What May" from the film Moulin Rouge! Third place
Nama 9 Sang "Freedom! '90" by George Michael. Bottom three

Contestants who appeared on previous shows or seasons

Name of Act Television show Season Result Notes
TK Jiang Asia's Got Talent 2 Auditionee His audition was part of the montage of rejected acts
Ariane Semifinalist Part of The Sisters
Anne-Sophie Semifinalist Part of The Sisters
Raisa Putri The Voice Kids Indonesia 2 Eliminated in the Sing-offs[16] Two-chair turner and joined Team Tulus[17]
J&K Voices Jordan: Eliminated in the Blind Auditions
Kezia: Eliminated in the Battle Rounds[18]
Jordan: Non-chair turner[19]
Kezia: Two-chair turner and joined Team Tulus[20]
Zeexhie Little Big Shots (Philippines) 1 [21]
Eat Bulaga! Finalist Hype Kang Bata Ka!, a talent contest segment for kids[22]
Power Duo Pilipinas Got Talent 5 Winner[23][24] Received a golden buzzer during the auditions[25]
Shadow Ace Semifinalist[26][27] Auditioned under his real name, Philip Galit; got 4 yeses during the auditions[28]
Angelisa del Rosario (Angel's Team) 6 Auditionee Got 4 yeses but not selected in the Judges' Cull[29]
ZooDiva Pilipinas Got Talent 6 Auditionee Appeared in Season 6 of Pilipinas Got Talent.[30]
Rock Opong The Voice Kids (Philippines) 2 Eliminated in the Battles[31] Three-chair turner and joined Team Sarah[32]
Tawag ng Tanghalan Kids 1 Daily Winner Participated in wildcard round but was eliminated
Little Big Shots (Philippines) 1 [33]
Meleena I Can See Your Voice (Philippines) 1 Winner Joined in November 5, 2017 as Mara Santos and she won a duet with KZ Tandingan[34]
Oge Arthemus The Master 5 Winner [35]
Fabulous Sisters World of Dance 2 Divisional Finalist[36] Competed under the Junior Team category
Boyon Boyon Various N/A Appeared in Waratte Iitomo! and Oha Suta among others
TanBA Britain's Got Talent 11 Auditionee Got 4 yeses but not selected in the Judges' Decisions[37]
Penn & Teller: Fool Us 5 Non-Fooler [38]
The Grand Master Asia Eliminated in the Top 4 [39]
Nadzri Eliminated in the Top 6 [40]
Eleana Gabunada The Voice Kids (Philippines) 3 Eliminated in the Battles[41] Three-chair turner and joined Team Lea[42]
Tawag ng Tanghalan Kids 1 Daily Winner Participated in wildcard round but was eliminated
PP Anapat Little Big Shots ตัวเล็ก...โชว์ใหญ่ 1 [43]
Que Jianyu Little Big Shots (Australia) 1 [44]
Suzuki of BAD x TEN (a.k.a. Kazuhisa Uekusa) Nichieri 6 Semifinalist As "Naked Comedian"; received the golden buzzer during auditions[45]
Britain's Got Talent 12 Semifinalist As "Mr. Uekusa"[46][47]
America's Got Talent 13 Auditionee As "Wes-P"; did not pass audition[48]
La France a un incroyable talent 13 Finalist As "Uekusa"; received the golden buzzer during auditions[49]
Siti Saniyah The Voice Indonesia 2 Eliminated in the Knockouts[50] Four-chair turner and joined Team Agnez[51]
Rising Star Indonesia 2 Eliminated in the Final Duels Lost with a percentage of 43%; got 3 nos and 1 yes from the experts[52]
Techno Circus America's Got Talent 10 Semi-finalist As "Siro-A"; received the golden buzzer during the Judge Cuts[53]

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