Talented children from all over the country took center stage in the premiere episode of the Philippine edition of "Little Big Shots."
On Saturday, a hip-hop-dancing tyke, a young pole dancer, a little geography expert, as well as a kid who debones fish like a pro and a charming 3-year-old fan showcased their unique skills.
JM JAVIER, HIP-HOP DANCER
JM proved that being as small and as young as he is isn't a hindrance to being a good dancer. He is the youngest member of Junior FMD group.
ALLYZA IMATONG, POLE DANCER
Nine-year-old Allyza talked about how she got into dancing.
KLYDE PESCACIO, GEOGRAPHY EXPERT
Three-year-old Klyde can identify a country just by looking at its flag. According to his mother, Klyde memorized flags and the names of countries after he learned how to read.
Besides Allyza, JM and Klyde, 5-year-old Janice also showed off her skill in deboning fish, while 3-year-old Rodzen charmed his way into the hearts of viewers.
"Little Big Shots" is the Philippine adaptation of the US hit TV show of the same name, created by Ellen DeGeneres and hosted by Steve Harvey.
It is a showcase of cute and talented kids from all over the Philippines and around the world.
The local edition is hosted by Billy Crawford, who helps the audience get to know the kids by engaging them in a funny interview.