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TNT Boys proceeds to next round of ‘The World’s Best’

By: - Reporter
/ 04:48 PM February 28, 2019

MANILA, Philippines — Young singing trio TNT Boys proceeds to the next round of the US talent show “The World’s Best” thanks to their powerful performance of “And I Am Telling You I’m Not Going” from the musical “Dreamgirls.”

Kiefer Sanchez, Mackie Empuerto and Francis Concepcion once again wowed the audiences and judges with their impressive rendition of the song, as seen in a video uploaded by “The World’s Best’s” Youtube channel on Thursday.

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“I already love them. I couldn’t think I could love them anymore. But my goodness, every note, pitch perfect. You boys are fabulous,” judge RuPaul said.

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“I think you’re the embodiment of what this show is about. It is an all-ages party and everyone’s invited,” judge Drew Barrymore said.

Faith Hill, on the other hand, said she feels lucky to be witnessing the trio’s performance: “You have the kind of confidence that allows the audience to relax and enjoy your performance. I just feel like the luckiest person in the world because I can sit here and witness this.”

After all the performance, the trio received a total score of 97 points from the American judges and the international panel comprising the “Wall of the World,” sending them to the next round of the talent show.

The TNT Boys first wowed the talent show with their rendition of Beyoncé’s “Listen” where they got a score of 99 from all the judges.  /muf

READ: TNT Boys stun judges of US talent show with ‘Listen’ performance

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