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​Vietnamese talents have chance to shine at Asia’s Got Talent 2018  

Friday, June 29, 2018, 19:05 GMT+7

Entertainment channel AXN has announced that the regional audition tour for the brand new season of Asia’s Got Talent will reach for the first time Ho Chi Minh City this Sunday, July 1.

Vietnam is important part of AXN’s regional Asia’s Got Talent audition tour which also includes stops in Singapore, Manila, Thailand, Kuala Lumpur and Jakarta.

The casting will start from 10:00 am at Giai Phong Studio, with hundreds of aspiring performers expected to attend for their ultimate shot at international fame and a life-changing grand prize of US$100,000.

“Vietnam has some of the most mesmerizing and entertaining talent in Asia,” Derek Wong, vice president and producer of Sony Pictures Television Networks in Asia, remarked in a statement.

Last season, Vietnam’s 218 Dance Crew made it to the semi-finals with their special blend of Vietnamese culture and spectacular light show.

“So we’re excited to see what Vietnam can deliver to our new season of Asia’s Got Talent and expect incredible acts from around the country to attend the Ho Chi Minh City open auditions,” Wong added.

Asia’s Got Talent is supported by regional sponsor Princess Cruises, the official cruise line of Asia’s Got Talent, and local broadcast partner HTV3, production partner Novel Production and management partner Amberstone Media.

The organizer recommends that local talents submit videos on website to speed up the casting process.

Interested acts can submit a video that should not be longer than two minutes and must contain an introduction about the performer and the act.

Giai Phong Studio is located at 212 Ly Chinh Thang in District 3.

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Uyen Nguyen / Tuoi Tre News Contributor


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