Marcelito Pomoy Net Worth
Marcelito Pomoy is a Filipino singer and actor known for his unique singing ability which allows him to switch effortlessly between male and female voices, captivating millions of people worldwide with his talent. He has performed on America’s Got Talent, The Champions Show and Ellen Show and owns several hardware stores as well as charity work he is involved in. Born 22 September 1984 Virgo.
Joan Paraiso is his partner in life and home in Calauag, Philippines, with whom they share one daughter named Marcella Janiah. Joan has always been there for her husband during his singing career – often accompanying him on stage – as well as doing odd jobs to earn a living, always finding time for her husband and always making sure their relationship stays strong over the past decade.
Marcelito discovered his unique gift early in life – being able to sing in both male and female voices – at an early age. Soon thereafter he joined both amateur and professional league competitions where his talent impressed the judges, making appearances on popular TV shows and also releasing an album.
In 2011, he won the second season of Pilipinas Got Talent and rose to stardom overnight. That same year he released his debut album Duet Yourself which quickly earned international acclaim. Additionally he appeared on Ellen where he performed Celine Dion hits using two voices at once.
In 2013, he entered and competed in America’s Got Talent and finished fourth overall. It gave him an opportunity to meet Ellen DeGeneres who was immediately taken with his talent; she invited him onto her show where his performance delighted the crowds!
On the show, he performed an a cappella version of The Prayer from The Sound of Music as well as Con te partiro from La Boheme opera, earning praise from judges such as Alesha Dixon and Simon Cowell for his impressive voice. Social media took note, making this performance go viral – it paved way to his international renown!
In 2016, he took part in several music festivals and concerts, as well as charity events. Furthermore, he owned numerous hardware stores in Calauag where he regularly helped needy residents; built small houses for some and led donation drives for education – becoming one of the most esteemed citizens in his hometown.