MANILA — Pops Fernandez is one of the judges in the upcoming talent competition “The World’s Best.”
The show, which will feature talents across the globe, will premiere on February 3 on the US TV network CBS.
Fernandez will be part of the 50 “Wall of the World” global experts in the field of entertainment, along with the three main judges Drew Barrymore, Faith Hill, and RuPaul Charles.
The Filipino singer shared the teaser trailer for the show on her Facebook page on Friday.
“Here is a sneak peek of ‘The World’s Best’! I am so excited to be one of the 50 Wall of the World judges representing the Philippines in the biggest and the best new show,” Fernandez said.
“This will premiere in the US on Feb. 3, right after the SuperBowl on CBS. So exciting!”
Fernandez was introduced as a “music icon” in the CBS website, where the singer was listed as a “Wall of the World” global expert.
Meanwhile, young singers Keifer Sanchez, Mackie Empuerto, and Francis Concepcion, collectively known as the TNT Boys, will be part of “The World’s Best.”
In a previous interview with ABS-CBN News, Empuerto shared their group’s excitement to be part of the show.
“Sobrang saya po dahil po isa po kami sa pride ng mga tao dito sa Pilipinas and masaya rin po kami na binabahagi namin ‘yong country namin sa iba’t ibang bansa,” he said.
Prior to “The World’s Best,” TNT Boys won in ABS-CBN’s “Your Face Sounds Familiar Kids” season 2.
They also performed in international shows.
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