The first eight semi-finalists gave it their all and wowed the judges in the first semi-final
episode of Asia’s Got Talent. At the end of  the episode, it was revealed that Indonesian
singer Angela July won the unanimous Judges’ Pick and will now head straight to the Grand
Final.

The remaining seven acts are up for  voting and only the two acts with the most
votes will move on. The same episode unveiled the next eight  semi-finalists performing in next week’s  episode of Asia’s Got Talent.

Can contestant from Malaysia, Mafarikha win jury’s heart again? See next week competition.

Here the contestant who compete for next week semi final:

Mafarikha (#AGTVote10) received a standing  ovation from the audience when she belted out  the classic Mariah Carey’s “Hero”.  Mafarikha  sees Asia’s Got Talent as her second chance to  launch her singing career so the stakes are  extremely high.

The Sacred Riana’s (#AGTVote11) performance on Asia’s Got Talent went viral globally. Her
performance clip on Facebook has over 40 million views, resulting in her winning many
new fans. Will these fans be enough to vote  her through to the Grand Final?

Fitri Cerado (#AGTVote12) didn’t make it last season but she’s back and made it through to
the semi-finals with David Foster’s approval.  With so many talented singers in this season
of Asia’s Got Talent, Fitri will need to bring  her A-game to the semi-finals.

218 Crew (#AGTVote13) from Vietnam blended LED dance with Vietnamese culture, inciting cheers from the audience. The judges were absolutely blown away by their performance and they hope to see more of their skill in the semi-finals.

Syah  Riszuan (#AGTVote14) from Singapore proved that you can be 12-years-old and still have an old soul. Will he be able to shine on the  stage during semi-finals?

Japanese dance crew XTRAP (#AGTVote15) let their fingers do all the talking during their
performance at the Judges’ Auditions. David  Foster commented that he has never seen
anything quite like them before, so no  pressure guys!

DMX (#AGTVote16) from The Philippines floored the audience with their hair-flipping dance performance and they became the judges’  favorite. With their passion and touching
backstory, will fans vote for them?

Jay Park’s Golden Buzzer, ADEM Dance Crew’s  (#AGTVote9) performance went viral with their Mortal Kombat-inspired animation dance, putting Kyrgyz Republic on the map. ADEM Dance  Crew has so much more to prove during the  semi-finals, will they deliver?

In each semi-final episode, the eight acts will perform a dazzling new piece. At the end
of each episode, the act that impresses the judges the most will win the Judges’ Pick and
head to the Grand Final directly. The seven remaining acts will be up for public voting,
and the two acts with the most votes will head to the Grand Final. Voting starts on Thursday
night via Facebook Hashtag and Facebook Messenger and Google Search. For more
information on voting, visit www.AXN- Asia.com/AGTVote.

A new episode of Asia’s Got Talent airs every Thursday at 8:30pm on AXN. To follow the
journey of this season’s acts, check out #AXNAsia and #AsiasGotTalent.

Asia’s Got Talent is the 67th adaptation of the Guinness-World-Record-breaking hit “Got
Talent” format, which was created by Simon Cowell’s Syco Entertainment and is co-produced by FremantleMedia. The “Got Talent” format is officially the most successful reality TV format in history and currently airs in 186 countries.

Asia’s Got Talent is supported by presenting sponsor Traveloka, the leading travel booking
app for all flight and hotel needs; sponsoring partner Great Eastern Life, the market leader
in the conventional life insurance business and the largest life insurer in Malaysia by
asset size; and GoDaddy, the world’s largest cloud platform dedicated to small, independent
ventures.

Marina Bay Sands, Asia’s leading business, leisure and entertainment destination, is the
official venue partner of Asia’s Got Talent.