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Voting begins for ‘Asia’s Got Talent’ semi-finals

After five exciting Judges’ Auditions episodes, the power now lies in your hands. The top 24 acts are now through to the semi-finals and you decide who to vote through to perform at Marina Bay Sands Singapore for the Grand Finals Show.

Voting begins for ‘Asia’s Got Talent’ semi-finals

To vote, tune in to Asia’s Got Talent every Thursday at 8:30 p.m., and wait for the hosts to announce that voting is open, then go to Facebook and Google to start supporting your favorite acts.

 In each semi-final episode, eight acts will perform. At the end of each episode, the act that impresses the judges the most will win the Judges’ Pick and head to the Grand Final directly. The seven remaining acts will be up for voting, and the two acts with the most votes after the voting period closes will head to the Grand Final. The voting period will be open for four days from Thursday evening, when the hosts announce that voting is open, to the following Sunday at 11:59 p.m.

Google Search Voting

Fans can vote for their favorite act by searching for “Asia’s Got Talent Vote” on Google. Simply click on the photo of the act you would like to vote for, use the slider to determine how many votes you want to allocate to the acts and click ‘Submit Votes’. You can allocate up to 10 votes per day on Google Search Vote.

Facebook Messenger Voting

Fans can vote via Facebook Messenger by clicking ‘Send Message’ button on the Asia’s Got Talent Facebook page, or look up “Asia’s Got Talent” on Facebook Messenger. Click “Get Started” and you will see a photo carousel of the acts eligible for voting.  Scroll through the carousel until you see your favorite act, then click to vote.

You may repeat the process up to a maximum of 10 votes per day of the voting period.

For more details on voting, visit www.AXN-Asia.com/AGTVote.​

Topics: Asia’s Got Talent , Google Search Voting , Facebook Messenger Voting , AXN
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