Peter Rosalita, a Filipino singer, is one of the 60 participants here to compete on America’s Got Talent: All-Stars. It is a spin-off that showcases past winners, fan favorites, and various finalists.
Peter participated in Season 16 when he was just 10 years old. He reached the semifinals after amazing the judges with his brilliant singing. But unfortunately, the participant was eliminated in the semifinals after he experienced a hiccup at the start of his performance.
However, the 11-year-old Peter Rosalita returned to AGT: All-Stars with more confidence. His fantastic rendition of “Go The Distance” by Michael Bolton earned him a standing ovation from the three AGT judges, Simon Cowell, Heidi Klum, & Howie Mandel.
Smartly dressed in a suit, Peter exhibits excellent vocals during his singing act and successfully pulls through the high notes. He also impresses AGT host Terry Crews, who comments later that the judges are “on their feet.”
Cowell says, “You’ve come back here to compete again (but) what’s your dream, Peter?” Peter replies, “My dream is to become an international singer and have my own international album.”
After providing his performance feedback for the singer, Mandel says, “You said that you were really nervous… and have a sore throat. That was amazing without even knowing all that. But after knowing all that and your age. Well done, young man, well done!”
Heidi Klum tells Peter, “You are a star in the making. You came here to fight, and I loved that about you.” Cowell adds to the feedback and tells Peter, “You are very old-fashioned regarding what you wear and the kind of song you sing. However, your voice has actually gotten better. I know there’s still a lot from you to come. Having said that, that might be enough to put you through to the finals.”
Netizens were quick to express their admiration for Peter. A comment says, “This kid alone is giving a lot of lessons to the adults — to never give up on your dreams.” While another statement says, “I was smiling all throughout the performance. This boy reminds us to never stop believing and dreaming and reach for our dreams. Good luck, kid, to your journey.”