Marcelito Pomoy Sings Both Male And Female Part Of Andrea Bocelli Classic

Marcelito Pomoy Sings Both Male And Female Part Of Andrea Bocelli Classic

Singer Marcelito Pomoy returns to the stage for an incredible performance on the semifinals of America’s Got Talent: The Champions.

This 35-year-old singer shot to fame as the grand winner of season two of Pilipinas Got Talent competition. Marcelito has a unique talent where he can sing in both the male and female vocal range. This incredibly rare gift helped him breeze through the competition and earn a record deal.

This led Marcelito all the way to America as a contestant on America’s Got Talent: The Champions. The popular competition features over 40 acts from all over the globe.

The list of contenders includes past winners, finalists and fan-favorites. Marcelito wowed the judges and audience with his rendition of ‘The Prayer.’ Marcelito performed both vocals parts of the duet and earned the super fan vote to move on to the next round of competition.

Now, he has arrived at the semi-finals and he isn’t holding anything back. Just listen as Marcelito belts out the words to "Con Te Partirò." This song was originally performed as a duet between opera voices Andrea Bocelli and Sarah Brightman. Marcelito brought his unique style to the stage and, once again, he left us all in awe.

Judge Howie Mandel said “ “Okay, I gotta say that I believe that you have the best shot at winning this whole thing. I really do. You know, this is the semi-finals. You raised your game.”

There is no doubt that this young man has an amazing talent and he is truly a worthy contender on America’s Got Talent.