Marcelito Pomoy, known as the “guy with two voices,” has advanced to the final round of competition on “America’s Got Talent: The Champions.”
Pomoy demonstrated his extraordinary vocal skills by singing in both the male and female voices during the semi-finals that were broadcast.
This time, he sang the popular song “Con Te Partir” or “Time to Say Goodbye” by Andrea Bocelli, which was released in 1995.
The next year saw the publication of a second version of the song, which was performed in part in English and included a duet between Andrea Bocelli and the British soprano Sarah Brightman.
Pomoy started out the performance by singing the first verse of the song in Italian using his female voice. After that, the show transitioned to Bocelli singing the portion in English.
Once again, the audience was blown away by the singer’s ability to switch between male and female voices with complete fluidity. If one were to listen to the performance with their eyes closed, one may get the impression that there were two persons on stage due to the seamless transitions.
Pomoy’s interpretation of the song was so mind-blowing that the judges on America’s Got Talent (Howie Mandel, Alesha Dixon, Heidi Klum, and Simon Cowell) gave him a standing ovation and loud cheers at the conclusion of the performance.
The judges could not stop raving about Pomoy’s fantastic performance since it was so impressive.
“If anybody has a chance at all of winning this competition, it is you in my opinion. We’ve made it to the semifinals, and I must say, you’ve really stepped up your game,” Mandel said.
While everything was going on, Klum said that she was keeping an eye out for Pomoy to enter the stage since she considers him to be her “favorite.”
On the other side, Cowell issued a challenge to the singer, saying that she should “take a larger risk since the surprise is now gone.”
Despite this, he is certain that Pomoy has a tremendous future ahead of him after the tournament is over because to the exceptional talent he has.