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Marcelito Pomoy sings "The Prayer" (Celine Dion/Andrea Bocelli) LIVE on Wish 107.5 Bus | Reaction
 
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On my way to 100,000k Subs :} Subscribe! For business enquiries: [email protected] Marcelito "Lito" Pomoy (born September 22, 1984) is a Filipino singer, known for his ability to sing in both tenor and soprano. He is the grand winner of the second season of Pilipinas Got Talent.[1][2] Pomoy was born in Imus, Cavite and raised in Bislig City, Surigao del Sur. When he was young, his father was incarcerated while his mother left him along with his younger sibling and went to Manila. He was later adopted by a police officer and did odd jobs when he was a teenager. Later on, both his biological father and mother had separate families on their own. Pomoy had discovered an extraordinary talent of his while doing a poultry work: singing in both a male tenor voice and a strikingly convincing female soprano voice. This talent of his paved the way for him to join different contests in both the amateur and professional leagues. He tried his luck in Talentadong Pinoy, but didn't make it. He later joined the second season of Pilipinas Got Talent, and made the cut. At the course of his PGT stint, he was able to fulfill his lifelong dream to reunite with his family. Pomoy makes regular appearances on ASAP, and his first studio album, entitled Duet Yourself, was released in 2011 under Star Records. Go stalk me on social media ! https://twitter.com/ItsRonnyMp https://www.instagram.com/itsronnymp/ https://www.facebook.com/MpAppCreatio... Subscribe To AspiringKings&Queens:https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCBBsoc6dSDEPwA_ve4MgAkw Like, Comment, Share, SUBSCRIBE Its Ronny Mp Reactions Reaction videos are videos in which people react to events. In particular, videos showing the emotional reactions of people viewing television series episodes or film trailers are numerous and popular on video hosting services. The depicted persons may or may not be aware that they are being recorded, and the video being reacted to may or may not be reproduced within the reaction video, allowing the reaction video's viewers to see directly what is being reacted to. One of the first viral reaction videos was that of a child reacting to the "Scary Maze Game" prank in 2006.[1] Beginning in 2007, reaction videos began to proliferate on the Internet. Among their first topics were reactions to the fetish pornography trailer 2 Girls 1 Cup.[2] By 2011, videos of people recording themselves reacting to film trailers had become a staple of services such as YouTube.[1] The numerous reaction videos for particularly popular or shocking television events, such as the 2013 Game of Thrones episode "The Rains of Castamere", have themselves become the subject of commentary.[3] Sam Anderson, commenting on the phenomenon for the New York Times Magazine, described it as encapsulating the "fundamental experience of the Internet" in that it involved watching screens on which people watched screens, in a potentially infinite regression.[2] The first reaction videos for the gross-out "2 Girls 1 Cup" allowed people, according to Anderson, to "experience its dangerous thrill without having to encounter it directly — like Perseus looking at Medusa in the reflection of his shield". But much like the later videos featuring reactions to items of popular culture, Anderson wrote, such videos provide the appeal of experiencing, "at a time of increasing cultural difference, the comforting universality of human nature" in showing people of all backgrounds reacting similarly to a shared cultural experience.[2] In CraveOnline, Witney Seibold derided reaction Copyright Disclaimer Under Section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for "fair use" for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, and research. Fair use is a use permitted by copyright statute that might otherwise be infringing. Non-profit, educational or personal use tips the balance in favor of fair use. ALL RIGHTS BELONG TO THEIR RESPECTIVE OWNERS* THANK YOU! Marcelito Pomoy sings "The Prayer" (Celine Dion/Andrea Bocelli) LIVE on Wish 107.5 Bus | Reaction Ronnny Reacts,josh,dove,marcelito pomoy,marcelito pomoy live,marcelito pomoy sings,marcelito pomoy cover,marcelito pomoy reaction,marcelito pomoy live reaction,marcelito pomoy sings reaction,marcelito pomoy cover reaction,marcelito pomoy the prayer,marcelito pomoy the prayer reaction,marcelito pomoy sings the prayer,(celine,dion\/andrea,bocelli),wish,107.5,reaction,celine dion,pilipinas got talent,pilipinas got talent reaction,celine dion cover,celine,dion,prayer AspiringKings\u0026Queens,ronny reacts,it's ronny mp,wish fm 107.5,wish fm,wish1075,wish 1075,wish radio,road show,roadshow,wish,live performance,unplugged,philippines,radio station,fm,wish fm bus,wish bus,wish 1075 bus,wish fm 107.5 bus,the prayer celine dion\/andrea bocelli,celine dion,the prayer,andrea bocelli,marcelito Pomoy reaction,marcelito,Pomoy,reaction time,aspiring kings and queens,kings and queens
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TNT BOYS   FLASHLIGHT JESSIE REACTION
 
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KATRINA VELARDE - IMPERSONATING SINGERS 3 (BURN) Reaction
 
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Views: 83386 ItsRonnyMp
Bugoy Drilon covers "One Day" LIVE on Wish 107.5 Bus REACTION
 
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On my way to 100,000k Subs :} Subscribe! For business enquiries: [email protected] Go stalk me on social media ! https://twitter.com/ItsRonnyMp https://www.instagram.com/itsronnymp/ https://www.facebook.com/MpAppCreatio... Subscribe To AspiringKings&Queens:https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCBBsoc6dSDEPwA_ve4MgAkw Like, Comment, Share, SUBSCRIBE Its Ronny Mp Reactions Reaction videos are videos in which people react to events. In particular, videos showing the emotional reactions of people viewing television series episodes or film trailers are numerous and popular on video hosting services. The depicted persons may or may not be aware that they are being recorded, and the video being reacted to may or may not be reproduced within the reaction video, allowing the reaction video's viewers to see directly what is being reacted to. One of the first viral reaction videos was that of a child reacting to the "Scary Maze Game" prank in 2006.[1] Beginning in 2007, reaction videos began to proliferate on the Internet. Among their first topics were reactions to the fetish pornography trailer 2 Girls 1 Cup.[2] By 2011, videos of people recording themselves reacting to film trailers had become a staple of services such as YouTube.[1] The numerous reaction videos for particularly popular or shocking television events, such as the 2013 Game of Thrones episode "The Rains of Castamere", have themselves become the subject of commentary.[3] Sam Anderson, commenting on the phenomenon for the New York Times Magazine, described it as encapsulating the "fundamental experience of the Internet" in that it involved watching screens on which people watched screens, in a potentially infinite regression.[2] The first reaction videos for the gross-out "2 Girls 1 Cup" allowed people, according to Anderson, to "experience its dangerous thrill without having to encounter it directly — like Perseus looking at Medusa in the reflection of his shield". But much like the later videos featuring reactions to items of popular culture, Anderson wrote, such videos provide the appeal of experiencing, "at a time of increasing cultural difference, the comforting universality of human nature" in showing people of all backgrounds reacting similarly to a shared cultural experience.[2] In CraveOnline, Witney Seibold derided reaction videos as "graceless" and "narcissistic", because they merely reflected immediate emotional reactions, and doubted that the reactions of a person aware of being filmed could in fact reflect the honest emotional response promised by the format.[1] My first reaction to Bugoy Drilon, and boy am I IMPRESSED! Check out more reactions - https://goo.gl/EgePqr Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/AchillesReacts Twitter - https://www.twitter.com/AchillesReacts original video - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OC7oe... Copyright Disclaimer Under Section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for "fair use" for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, and research. Fair use is a use permitted by copyright statute that might otherwise be infringing. Non-profit, educational or personal use tips the balance in favor of fair use. ALL RIGHTS BELONG TO THEIR RESPECTIVE OWNERS*
Views: 116318 ItsRonnyMp
Gary Valenciano performs "I Will Be Here  Warrior is a Child" LIVE on Wish 107 5 Bus REACTION
 
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Gary Valenciano performs "I Will Be Here Warrior is a Child" LIVE on Wish 107 5 Bus On my way to 100,000k Subs :} Subscribe! For business enquiries: [email protected] Go stalk me on social media ! https://twitter.com/ItsRonnyMp https://www.instagram.com/itsronnymp/ https://www.facebook.com/MpAppCreatio... Subscribe To AspiringKings&Queens:https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCBBsoc6dSDEPwA_ve4MgAkw Like, Comment, Share, SUBSCRIBE Its Ronny Mp Reactions Reaction videos are videos in which people react to events. In particular, videos showing the emotional reactions of people viewing television series episodes or film trailers are numerous and popular on video hosting services. The depicted persons may or may not be aware that they are being recorded, and the video being reacted to may or may not be reproduced within the reaction video, allowing the reaction video's viewers to see directly what is being reacted to. One of the first viral reaction videos was that of a child reacting to the "Scary Maze Game" prank in 2006.[1] Beginning in 2007, reaction videos began to proliferate on the Internet. Among their first topics were reactions to the fetish pornography trailer 2 Girls 1 Cup.[2] By 2011, videos of people recording themselves reacting to film trailers had become a staple of services such as YouTube.[1] The numerous reaction videos for particularly popular or shocking television events, such as the 2013 Game of Thrones episode "The Rains of Castamere", have themselves become the subject of commentary.[3] Sam Anderson, commenting on the phenomenon for the New York Times Magazine, described it as encapsulating the "fundamental experience of the Internet" in that it involved watching screens on which people watched screens, in a potentially infinite regression.[2] The first reaction videos for the gross-out "2 Girls 1 Cup" allowed people, according to Anderson, to "experience its dangerous thrill without having to encounter it directly — like Perseus looking at Medusa in the reflection of his shield". But much like the later videos featuring reactions to items of popular culture, Anderson wrote, such videos provide the appeal of experiencing, "at a time of increasing cultural difference, the comforting universality of human nature" in showing people of all backgrounds reacting similarly to a shared cultural experience.[2] In CraveOnline, Witney Seibold derided reaction videos as "graceless" and "narcissistic", because they merely reflected immediate emotional reactions, and doubted that the reactions of a person aware of being filmed could in fact reflect the honest emotional response promised by the format.[1] Copyright Disclaimer Under Section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for "fair use" for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, and research. Fair use is a use permitted by copyright statute that might otherwise be infringing. Non-profit, educational or personal use tips the balance in favor of fair use. ALL RIGHTS BELONG TO THEIR RESPECTIVE OWNERS* THANK YOU! Ronny reacts,Gary,Valenciano,performs,I Will Be Here Warrior is a Child,Couples React,Reactions,React,Dance Reacts,Chris the YouTube Critic,YouTube Critic,Critic,YouTube,Chris,france united kingdom,great britain,china,Germany,wish fm 107.5,wish fm,wish1075,wish 1075,wish radio,road show,roadshow,wish,live performance,unplugged,philippines,radio station,fm,wish fm bus,wish bus,wish 1075 bus,wish fm 107.5 bus,gary valenciano,gary v,warrior is a child,i will be here,lyrics,wish 107,wish 107.5 live,GARY,VELENCIANO
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Your Face Sounds Familiar Kids 2018: TNT Boys as Jessie J., Ariana Grande.. |Bang Bang Reaction Pt 1
 
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Les Twins ✧ World of Dance 2017 ✧ All 3 perfomances ✧ Qualifiers, Duel & Cut
 
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Views: 53758 ItsRonnyMp
Frenchie Bituin and Radha cover Saving All My Love For You LIVE on Wish 107.5 BUS reaction
 
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Frenchie Bituin and Radha cover Saving All My Love For You LIVE on Wish 107.5 BUS reaction On my way to 100,000k Subs :} Subscribe! For business enquiries: [email protected] Go stalk me on social media ! https://twitter.com/ItsRonnyMp https://www.instagram.com/itsronnymp/ https://www.facebook.com/MpAppCreatio... Subscribe To AspiringKings&Queens:https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCBBsoc6dSDEPwA_ve4MgAkw Like, Comment, Share, SUBSCRIBE Its Ronny Mp Reactions Reaction videos are videos in which people react to events. In particular, videos showing the emotional reactions of people viewing television series episodes or film trailers are numerous and popular on video hosting services. The depicted persons may or may not be aware that they are being recorded, and the video being reacted to may or may not be reproduced within the reaction video, allowing the reaction video's viewers to see directly what is being reacted to. One of the first viral reaction videos was that of a child reacting to the "Scary Maze Game" prank in 2006.[1] Beginning in 2007, reaction videos began to proliferate on the Internet. Among their first topics were reactions to the fetish pornography trailer 2 Girls 1 Cup.[2] By 2011, videos of people recording themselves reacting to film trailers had become a staple of services such as YouTube.[1] The numerous reaction videos for particularly popular or shocking television events, such as the 2013 Game of Thrones episode "The Rains of Castamere", have themselves become the subject of commentary.[3] Sam Anderson, commenting on the phenomenon for the New York Times Magazine, described it as encapsulating the "fundamental experience of the Internet" in that it involved watching screens on which people watched screens, in a potentially infinite regression.[2] The first reaction videos for the gross-out "2 Girls 1 Cup" allowed people, according to Anderson, to "experience its dangerous thrill without having to encounter it directly — like Perseus looking at Medusa in the reflection of his shield". But much like the later videos featuring reactions to items of popular culture, Anderson wrote, such videos provide the appeal of experiencing, "at a time of increasing cultural difference, the comforting universality of human nature" in showing people of all backgrounds reacting similarly to a shared cultural experience.[2] In CraveOnline, Witney Seibold derided reaction videos as "graceless" and "narcissistic", because they merely reflected immediate emotional reactions, and doubted that the reactions of a person aware of being filmed could in fact reflect the honest emotional response promised by the format.[1] Frenchie Bituin and Radha cover Saving All My Love For You LIVE on Wish 107.5 BUS reaction Frenchie Bituin and Radha cover Saving All My Love For You LIVE on Wish 107.5 BUS reaction
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Jona performs "Help Me Get Over" LIVE on Wish 107 5 Bus REACTION
 
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Jona performs "Help Me Get Over" LIVE on Wish 107 5 Bus REACTION On my way to 100,000k Subs :} Subscribe! For business enquiries: [email protected] Go stalk me on social media ! https://twitter.com/ItsRonnyMp https://www.instagram.com/itsronnymp/ https://www.facebook.com/MpAppCreatio... Subscribe To AspiringKings&Queens:https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCBBsoc6dSDEPwA_ve4MgAkw Like, Comment, Share, SUBSCRIBE Its Ronny Mp Reactions Reaction videos are videos in which people react to events. In particular, videos showing the emotional reactions of people viewing television series episodes or film trailers are numerous and popular on video hosting services. The depicted persons may or may not be aware that they are being recorded, and the video being reacted to may or may not be reproduced within the reaction video, allowing the reaction video's viewers to see directly what is being reacted to. One of the first viral reaction videos was that of a child reacting to the "Scary Maze Game" prank in 2006.[1] Beginning in 2007, reaction videos began to proliferate on the Internet. Among their first topics were reactions to the fetish pornography trailer 2 Girls 1 Cup.[2] By 2011, videos of people recording themselves reacting to film trailers had become a staple of services such as YouTube.[1] The numerous reaction videos for particularly popular or shocking television events, such as the 2013 Game of Thrones episode "The Rains of Castamere", have themselves become the subject of commentary.[3] Sam Anderson, commenting on the phenomenon for the New York Times Magazine, described it as encapsulating the "fundamental experience of the Internet" in that it involved watching screens on which people watched screens, in a potentially infinite regression.[2] The first reaction videos for the gross-out "2 Girls 1 Cup" allowed people, according to Anderson, to "experience its dangerous thrill without having to encounter it directly — like Perseus looking at Medusa in the reflection of his shield". But much like the later videos featuring reactions to items of popular culture, Anderson wrote, such videos provide the appeal of experiencing, "at a time of increasing cultural difference, the comforting universality of human nature" in showing people of all backgrounds reacting similarly to a shared cultural experience.[2] In CraveOnline, Witney Seibold derided reaction videos as "graceless" and "narcissistic", because they merely reflected immediate emotional reactions, and doubted that the reactions of a person aware of being filmed could in fact reflect the honest emotional response promised by the format.[1] Jonalyn Viray, Jonalyn Viray Reaction, Jona Performs Help Me Get Over, Help Me Get Over, Wish Bus, Wish 1075, wish 107.5 fm, wish fm, roadshow, road show, cinemalaya, phiippines, jona, live performance, jona reaction, wish bus reaction, React Reaction, Meddyson Reacts, DannyLikesPizza, Josh Dove, VladTeeVee, Top Reaction Channels, Top Reactor, McArthur Park, Jonalyn Viray, Jonalyn Viray Reaction, Jona Performs Help Me Get Over, Help Me Get Over, Wish Bus, Wish 1075, wish 107.5 fm, wish fm, roadshow, road show, cinemalaya, phiippines, jona, live performance, jona reaction, wish bus reaction, React Reaction, Meddyson Reacts, DannyLikesPizza, Josh Dove, VladTeeVee, Top Reaction Channels, Top Reactor, McArthur Park, Jonalyn Viray, Jonalyn Viray Reaction, Jona Performs Help Me Get Over, Help Me Get Over, Wish Bus, Wish 1075, wish 107.5 fm, wish fm, roadshow, road show, cinemalaya, phiippines, jona, live performance, jona reaction, wish bus reaction, React Reaction, Meddyson Reacts, DannyLikesPizza, Josh Dove, VladTeeVee, Top Reaction Channels, Top Reactor, McArthur Park,
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One Sweet Day - Cover by Khel, Bugoy, and Daryl Ong feat. Katrina Velarde Cover | REACTION
 
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TNT Boys Sing Beyonce's Listen | Little Big Shots REACTION
 
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Morissette performs "Never Enough" The Greatest Showman OST LIVE on Wish 107 5 Bus REACTION
 
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Pentatonix REACTION [Jimmy Kimmel Live!] God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen REACTION
 
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TNT Boys - Somebody To Love | Queen | Little Big Shots US | REACTION Pt 1
 
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Sorority @ HHI 2015 Finals Performance Reaction
 
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I Spy, T Shirt, Isn't She Lovely, & Swang MASHUP | Alex Aiono Cover FT AR'MON AND TREY REACTION
 
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Arnel Pineda sings "Pain In My Heart" LIVE on Wish 107.5 Bus REACTION
 
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Secret Love Song (Little Mix) - Morissette and Marcelito Pomoy (2nd Wish 107.5 Music Awards)Reaction
 
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1st Place Just Jerk | Body Rock 2016 @VIBRVNCY Front Row 4K @justjerkcrew #bodyrock2016 REACTION
 
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Angelica Hale Phenomenal "Without You" Semi Finals America's Got Talent 2017 REACTION
 
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Les Twins Judge Demo | Red Bull BC One Camp USA Houston | YAK FILMS #BCONEHOU
 
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Introducing Microsoft Surface Studio REACTION
 
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Marcelito Pomoy sings "Narito Ako" Regine Velasquez LIVE on Wish 107 5 Bus Reaction
 
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One Sweet Day - Cover by Khel, Bugoy, and Daryl Ong feat. Katrina Velarde REACTION
 
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Angelica Hale - Clarity | America's Got Talent 2017 | VS | REACTION
 
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Are They Better Than Jabbawockeez ? (Expression Crew) REACTION
 
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Your Face Sounds Familiar Kids 2018: TNT Boys as The Three Tenors | 'O Sole Mio REACTION VIDEO Pt 1
 
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Pauline Agupitan performs I Believe Fantasia LIVE on Wish 107.5 Bus reaction
 
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Arnel Pineda and Morissette cover "I Finally Found Someone" LIVE on Wish 107 5 REACTION
 
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Just Jerk | Elements XVII 2017 @VIBRVNCY Front Row 4K #elementsxvii REACTION
 
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Bruno Mars - 24K Magic (SING OFF vs. Alex Aiono) REACTION
 
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Michael Pangilinan covers "I'll Make Love to You" (Boyz II Men) LIVE on Wish 107.5 Bus REACTION
 
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A Whole New World | After 23 Years | Aladdin | REACTION
 
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This guy from the Philippines sings exactly like Bruno Mars!!! 🔥 Reaction
 
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Michael Pangilinan covers "Lay Me Down" Sam Smith LIVE on Wish 107 5 Bus
 
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Michael Pangilinan covers "Everything I Own" (Bread) LIVE on Wish 107.5 REACTION
 
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Royal Family Varsity - HHI Semis 2017 Reaction
 
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[OFFICIAL VIDEO] O Come, All Ye Faithful - Pentatonic REACTION
 
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Alienette performs "I'll Be There" (Jackson 5) LIVE on Wish 107.5 Bus REACTION
 
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Charice Pempengco - All By Myself (That's how you sing this song) Reaction
 
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Les Twins and Boubou in NYC | Kehlani - CRZY [REACTION]
 
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Bugoy Drilon sings "True Colors" Cyndi Lauper LIVE on Wish 107 5 Bus REACTION
 
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Sue Ramirez covers "Your Love" (Alamid) REACTION!! 🔥
 
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Your Face Sounds Familiar Kids 2018: TNT Boys as Destiny's Child | Survivor
 
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Morissette Amon - 2017 Asia Song Festival REACTION!!!
 
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One Sweet Day - Cover by Khel, Bugoy, and Daryl Ong feat. Katrina Velarde Pt 1
 
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Darren Espanto - Despacito (Cover) Justin Bieber ft. Luis Fonsi & Daddy Yankee / Reaction!
 
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Les Twins at I Am Phresh Reaction
 
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Bugoy Drilon covers "Let Me Love You" J Boog LIVE on Wish 107 5 Bus REACTION
 
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Morissette Amon & Isabela Vinzon Performance, "Million Reasons", ASAP BQs Segment - Sep. 3, 2017
 
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