Filipino Boy Stuns ‘America’s Got Talent’ Judges with Rendition of ‘All By Myself’

Filipino Boy Stuns ‘America’s Got Talent’ Judges with Rendition of ‘All By Myself’

June 4, 2021
A 10-year-old Filipino singer received a standing ovation during his audition on “America’s Got Talent” (AGT) on Tuesday night.
Instant star: Peter Rosalita delivered a heartfelt rendition of “All By Myself,” which left the celebrity judges and audience in awe during the show’s 16th season premiere, reported Today.
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  • The Abu Dhabi-born singer introduced himself as a Filipino citizen before belting out the classic Eric Carmen song that Celine Dion covered in 1996.
  • Judges Simon Cowell, Sofia Vergara, Heidi Klum and Howie Mandel all stood up to commend Peter’s performance. 
  • “Everyone is going to fall in love with you after this audition,” Cowell said.
  • Klum jokingly warned singer Mariah Carrey to “better watch out” while Mandel predicted that the young singer “will go far in this competition.”
  • Peter got a “yes” vote from each of the judges and will be proceeding to the show’s next round.
Humble dream: Responding to a question by Vergara on what he would do with the $1 million cash prize should he win, the boy said he would buy “a Nintendo Switch and a laptop” for his online school.
  • Before his appearance on the show, Peter had won several singing contests in the UAE, reported Gulf News.
  • A video clip of Rosalita’s AGT performance has so far attracted over 2.3 million views on YouTube as of this writing. 
Featured Image via America’s Got Talent
      Ryan General

      Ryan General is a Senior Reporter for NextShark




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