Hundreds of aspiring performers turned up in full force at Taylor’s University last Sunday to audition for the third instalment of top-rated Asia’s Got Talent on AXN.
From a 7-year-old girl who plays the electric guitar to a massive street dance crew of 10 members to a wide genre of magicians, Malaysia brought its best to the producers, in a bid to secure their shot at international fame and the cash prize of US$100,000.
“Judging from previous seasons, it’s definitely not surprising to see the enormous amount of talent auditioning in Malaysia this season,” said Derek Wong, Vice President, Production, Sony Pictures Television, Networks, Asia. “The high calibre of acts infused with passion, energy and ambition were completely inspiring, AXN viewers in Malaysia can look forward to some fantastic national representation in the new season of Asia’s Got Talent,” he added.
Due to popular demand from across Asia, AXN has extended the Asia’s Got Talent online auditions to July 16, Monday, 11:59pm.
Aspiring stars can visit AXN-Asia.com/AsiasGotTalent to submit their application and an audition video of under two minutes that includes a short introduction of the act and the actual performance.