Some people can sing well, but Marcelito Pomoy is a step above the rest because he can sing beautifully in two voices: a male voice and a female voice.
Tomorrow, Pomoy will get to showcase his unique skill to the world when he appears on The Ellen DeGeneres Show.
DeGeneres herself announced on Instagram today that Pomoy will appear on her Emmy Award-winning show by posting a preview of the singer’s pre-recorded performance of The Prayer.
Of course, he performed the “duet” all by himself.
DeGeneres wrote on her Instagram post: “Marcelito Pomoy’s voice is incredible. Both of them. Don’t miss tomorrow.”
Pomoy first gained attention in the country in 2011 when he won the grand prize in Pilipinas Got Talent, the local edition of the global television competition. He often appears in the ABS-CBN variety show ASAP.
Naturally, Pomoy’s fans are happy about his big break.
Commenting on DeGeneres’ post, @wansmick wrote that Pomoy deserves to be famous.
@narsbonggang thanked DeGeneres for always featuring Filipino talents.
Other Filipino singers who have appeared on her show include Jake Zyrus, back when he was still using the name Charice Pempengco; and Journey vocalist Arnel Pineda.
@iamyours77 told Pomoy to “keep it up.”
@ifylisette called Pomoy’s voices “marvelous.”
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