A singer from the Philippines named Peter Rosalita is one of the 60 contestants present for America’s Got Talent: All-Stars. A variety of finalists and previous winners are included in this spin-off.
When he was only ten years old, Peter took part in Season 16. He impressed the judges with his incredible singing to go to the semifinals.
Unfortunately, the performer faltered at the start of his performance, and he was eliminated in the semifinals.
Peter Rosalita, 11, was more assured when he returned to AGT: All-Stars. The three AGT judges, Simon Cowell,
Heidi Klum, and Howie Mandel, gave him a standing ovation for his outstanding performance of “Go the Distance” by Michael Bolton.
Peter, who is well-groomed and sings while wearing a suit, has a great voice and hits the high notes with ease.
He also makes Terry Crews, the AGT host, feel good, telling him afterwards that the judges are ‘on their feet.’
You’ve returned to this venue to compete once more, but what is your dream, Peter? asks Cowell. ’My dream is to become a global vocalist and have my own global album,’ Peter responds.
Mandel comments on the singer’s performance, ‘You claimed that you were terribly nervous… and have a scratchy throat.
Without even knowing all that, that was wonderful. Yet, given all of that and your age. ‘Young man, congratulations! Nicely done!’
Peter is told by Heidi Klum, ’You are a star in the making. I admired the fact that you came here to fight.
‘You are quite old-fashioned about what you wear and the kind of song you sing,’ Cowell adds to the criticism and informs Peter.
Your voice, though, has actually improved. I am aware that you still have a lot to say. Having said that, you might qualify for the finals with only that.
Netizens were eager to praise Peter in their comments. ‘This kid alone is teaching the grownups a lot of lessons—to never give up on your aspirations,’ reads one response.
But another claim reads, ‘I was grinning the entire performance. This young youngster serves as a
reminder to never give up on our aspirations and to believe in ourselves. Good luck on your trip, young person.