While it's often the cast that the likes of 'America's Got Talent' and shows of that same ilk can produce some truly odd-ball moments for all the wrong reasons, there are a few glimmers of hope when there is a genuine talent on stage.
Case in point is Marcelito Pomoy, who performed earlier this week on 'America's Got Talent: The Champions'. In case the title of the show wasn't a giveaway, 'America's Got Talent: The Champions' sees the winners of international iterations of the show appear on the US version. Marcelito Pomoy won the Filipino version of the show in 2011, and auditioned with his performance of 'The Prayer', recorded by Celine Dion and Andrea Boccelli in 1998.
The talent, however, came from the fact that Pomoy was able to sing both voices - that's Dion's and Boccelli's - pretty flawlessly. As it turned out, Pomoy has the ability to sing in both tenor and soprano voices, and was sometimes billed in The Phillippines as 'Mars Dual'. As you'd expect, none of the judges on 'America's Got Talent: The Champions' were aware of this and when he began his performance, their reaction said it all.
Take a look.