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How Power Duo Fell in Love on Pilipinas Got Talent
The dancing-aerial Act's romance began on the Got Talent spin-off when they won seven years ago.
The Superfans couldn't quite resist a love story during America's Got Talent: All-Stars' fourth round of Auditions, when they voted Power Duo into the Finals.
In a real life enemies-to-lovers romance, the married couple Gervin and Anjanette—who are originally from Rizal, Philippines—didn't get along when they were first paired together by their dance teacher.
"At first we always argue, and we didn't understand each other and we didn't have, actually, the chemistry," Gervin said. "But we keep on training, we get to know each other, and our connection became more intense."
But it was when the two tried out for Pilipinas Got Talent in 2016 that their friendship finally went to the next level. Gervin and Anjanette confessed their love for one another on stage during their Audition and began dating soon after.
"The night before the Finals, we kissed, and then we won the show," Anjanette said. The couple now has a 1-year-old son.
For AGT: All-Stars, the two performed a high-flying aerial dance routine that ended in a passionate kiss. And despite a brief mistake, the Act continued on and earned a standing ovation.
"You saw it, we all saw it. But it doesn't matter because you guys are great," Heidi Klum said of the hiccup. "And it is a miracle to watch two people that are in love and that do something so beautiful together."
Gervin also confessed that their routine's song was dedicated to his wife. "She is the reason why I continue dreaming, and I love her so much," he said.
"But he didn't know that I loved him first," she added.
After being voted into the Top 3 along with Darius Mabda and the Ndlovu Youth Choir, Power Duo came out on top and was sent into the Final by the Superfans. They join other Superfan-voted Acts Avery Dixon, Aidan Bryant, and the Bello Sisters. And we can't forget Golden Buzzers Aidan McCann, Mike E. Winfield, the Detroit Youth Choir, and Light Balance Kids.