The shirtless Mask Performers act out unusual tricks involving: hot coffee, unconventional horn playing, and banana peeling – like you’ve never seen before! The crowd loves it, and the judges have a laughing fit, but will it be enough for them to advance?
These Japanese performers are indeed hilarious. In the end Mask Performers received 3 Yeses from all the judges except for David. Not convinced? Check out this video performance.
Broadcast by AXN, “Asia’s Got Talent” is the 63rd adaptation and the first ever pan-regional edition of the Guinness World Record-breaking hit “Got Talent” format, which was conceived by Simon Cowell’s Syco Entertainment and is co-produced by FremantleMedia. The show features 199 incredibly talented acts from 15 countries competing for the coveted grand prize of $100,000, along with the chance to return and perform at Marina Bay Sands, Asia’s leading entertainment destination.
The inaugural season of “Asia’s Got Talent” premiered on March 12, collectively topping ratings among English Pay TV channels in Southeast Asia and Taiwan. The show spans 10 weekly episodes, including five audition episodes, three semi-finals, a finale episode and results gala. Home viewers can catch “Asia’s Got Talent” on AXN every Thursday at 8.30 p.m. (and semi-finals begin at 8.05 p.m. from April 16) throughout Asia and on local broadcasters in India, Indonesia, Thailand, and Vietnam through the week.