'AGT: All Stars': All you need to know about 'The Power Duo' real life couple on infamous reality show

'AGT: All Stars': All you need to know about 'The Power Duo' real life couple on infamous reality show
The Power duo in a still from 'AGT: All Stars' (Instagram/@powerduo2015)

PASADENA, CALIFORNIA: In the preview of 'America's Got Talent: All-Stars', we saw a talent that has a definite chance of making it to the finale of the reality show that is known for changing lives. And the talent we are talking about here is "The Power Duo," who first appeared on the Philippines franchise of the show in season 5. 


"The Power Duo," Anjanette and Gervin, is a real-life couple hailing from Angono, Rizal. They initially came on the show as friends, but they began dating after their powerful audition. The duo's palpable chemistry both on and off the stage captivated the majority of judges and viewers.


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What happened to 'The Power Duo' in 'PGT' Season 5?

The 'America's Got Talent: All-Stars' dance duo previously shone on 'Philippines Got Talent' season 5, where they took home the top prize. The pair auditioned as friends and wowed the judges with their impressive performance, earning them Robin Padilla's golden buzzer and a direct pass to the semi-finals.

Their next routine featured a captivating interpretation of the song 'Wag Ka Nang Umiyak' and was so striking it earned them the majority of the public vote. The duo advanced to the grand finals, where their chemistry and romantic story charmed the audience. Their final performance was a poignant rendition of the OPM ballad 'Ikaw Lamang', which earned them a standing ovation from the crowd.


The 'America's Got Talent: All-Stars' contestants, Power Duo, received unanimous votes from both the judges and viewers, making them the champions of season 5. They were the first non-singing act to win the competition. The season featured Vice Ganda, Angel Locsin, and Freddie M Garcia as judges and was hosted by Luis Manzano and Billy Crawford. After their success on 'PGT', "The Power Duo" went on to compete on 'Asia's Got Talent' season 3 in 2013, where they reached the finals and placed third. The winner of that season, Eric Chien, was also a participant on 'America's Got Talent: All-Stars'.



Where is 'The Power Duo' now?

Philippines fans were ecstatic to vote and make ‘The Power Duo’ win in 'PGT' season 5. Vice Ganda, one of the 'PGT' judges of the season 5 had told the couple, "in a world where there are so many hurtful people, you have restored my faith in love. That was not just a dance, it was love. And tonight, love has emerged victorious." Now we’ll have to wait and see if the duo will win hearts in the ‘AGT: All-Stars’ like they did before.

Tune in to NBC's 'America's Got Talent: All Stars' on Monday, January  at 8 pm ET.

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