The Sacred Riana might be silent, freaky and scary, but she still stole the hearts (and maybe souls) of people all over Asia, walking away with US$100,000 as the winner of the second season of Asia’s Got Talent. Both The Sacred Riana and DMX Comvalenoz also performed during the results show at Marina Bay Sands in Singapore.
Korean-American star Jay Park premiered his first single with Roc Nation, “Forget About Tomorrow”, at the final episode of Asia’s Got Talent on Thursday (14 Dec). Park performed the song alongside American dance electronic artist Yultron and six dancers on stage at the results show for the competition, which saw Indonesia’s Sacred Riana taking the grand prize at the Marina Bay Sands.
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