NAMA, girl group with hijab wow the judges on Asia’s Got Talent

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There have been many singers in this season of Asia’s Got Talent but there’s not one like NAMA, an all-girl group from Malaysia.

Decked out in hijab, the four ladies gave the performance of their lives as they sang Lady Gaga’s Bad Romance and received a standing ovation from the audience.

“I have never seen a group of four beautiful women in hajib performing like this. We need a group like you and I love the song choice,” Anggun praised.

“You guys are like the modern-day Malaysian version of The Supremes!” Jay Park said.

The members, Nur Fazrina, Noor Syamimi, Norfazira and Nur Farahida met in 2016 when they were studying in the University of Malaya in Kuala Lumpur.

They bonded over their love for music and started performing to prove that strong women can have ambitions.

While David Foster was not impressed by their singing abilities, NAMA received two yeses from Jay Park and Anggun and they will be in the running to appear in the semi-finals.

Watch the encore telecast of this episode on Sunday at 9.05pm (8.05PM JKT/BKK) on AXN. New episode of Asia’s Got Talent airs every Thursday at 8.30pm (7:30pm JKT/BKK) on AXN. To follow the journey of this season’s acts, check out #AXNAsia and #AsiasGotTalent.

About Asia’s Got Talent

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Asia’s Got Talent is the 67th adaptation of the Guinness-World-Record-breaking hit “Got Talent” format, which was created by Simon Cowell’s Syco Entertainment and is co-produced by FremantleMedia.

The “Got Talent” format is officially the most successful reality TV format in history and currently airs in 186 countries.

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Patricia Hului is a Kayan who wants to live in a world where you can eat whatever you want and not gain weight.

She grew up in Bintulu, Sarawak and graduated from the University Malaysia Sabah with a degree in Marine Science.

She is currently obsessed with silent vlogs during this Covid-19 pandemic.

Due to her obsession, she started her Youtube channel of slient vlogs.

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