Belgium's Got Talent is a Belgian TV show produced by Fremantle
Media and broadcast by RTL-TVI since September 10, 2012. It is hosted by
Julie Taton and Jean-Michel Zecca. It's a local adaptation (in
French-speaking Belgium) of the British talent show Britain's Got
Talent, created by Simon Cowell.
A TV show by the same name, hosted by Koen Wauters, is broadcast on a
Dutch-speaking channel in Belgium VTM. The judge there are Ray Cokes,
Karen Damen and Rob Vanoudenhoven.
Runtime: 110 minutes
Belgium's Got Talent - Asia's Got Talent (season 2) - Netflix
The second season of Asia's Got Talent (AGT) premiered on October 12,
2017 at 8:30 pm (UTC+8) across 27 countries in Asia. The winning act
will receive a grand prize of US$100,000. The show is hosted by Alan
Wong and Justin Bratton, replacing Marc Nelson and Rovilson Fernandez.
David Foster and Anggun returned as judges, while Melanie C and Vanness
Wu are replaced by Jay Park. This show's official sponsor for this
season is Traveloka. Indonesian spooky magician, The Sacred Riana was
declared as the second season winner.
Belgium's Got Talent - Open auditions - Netflix
The open auditions for the second season took place in key cities in
Asia. Open auditions were held in Singapore, Malaysia, Philippines,
Taiwan, Thailand, and Indonesia. The open auditions were judged by
Asia's Got Talent producers. Auditionees were also allowed to submit
their audition videos online via the show's official website. Those who
passed will proceed to the live judges' auditions.
Belgium's Got Talent - References - Netflix