Out of more than 29,000 hopefuls, including those who joined the global and online auditions, 104 acts got the coveted judges’ yes votes. From this roster, the Big Three must then pick only the top 36 acts that will make it through the quarter finals. Whose dreams will end this week? Will the judges unanimously pick the 36 quarterfinalists or will tension rise once more in the Judges Cull room? But before that, some acts are still hoping to make the cut in the last round of auditions this season. One of which is the synchronized swimming act that will be seen for the first time on Philippine TV.
In order for the judges and viewers to better appreciate the act, PGT constructed a special and aquarium-like pool so as to see every move the synchronized swimmers will do underwater. Keep watching “Pilipinas Got Talent 4,” hosted by Luis Manzano and Billy Crawford, every Saturday, after “MMK,” and every Sunday, after “Rated K” on ABS-CBN.