Pinoy duo gets standing ovation on 'The Ellen DeGeneres Show'

 
 
B'laan cousins Aldrich Talonding and James Bucong had a sit-down interview with the popular comedienne-host in the episode of "The Ellen DeGeneres Show" that aired on September 12 (Manila time).
 
DeGeneres on her talk show invited the boys to come to the United States to perform, as she shared a clip from their original video.
 
 
Noting his father died in June this year, Talonding said the Vandross tune now "means a lot to me, because I didn't realize the song would become true.

The duo went on to perform "Dance With My Father," which ended with a standing ovation from the audience.



"I'm so glad we found you," DeGeneres told Talonding, as she gave the young singer a guitar, a piano, and $10,000.

This isn't the first time Filipino talents were brought to "The Ellen DeGeneres Show," which is broadcast internationally.

Charice Pempengco, who similarly began as a YouTube sensation, marked the start of her international career when she performed on the talk show in December 2007.

Singers Rhap Salazar and Zendee Tenerefe also debuted on American TV when DeGeneres invited them at different times to perform on her show in late 2012.
 
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