June, 2015

‘Thailand’s Got Talent’ apologises for ‘disrespecting spirits’

From left: Panya Nirunkul, chief executive of Workpoint Entertainment, Pravit Maleenont, president of Bangkok Entertainment, and Bauke Rouwers, chief executive of Unilever Thailand, show off their magic tricks at a briefing in Bangkok, 21 February 2011, to announce their cooperation on the Thailand’s Got Talent show. Bangkok Post Photo/WEERAWONG WONGPREEDEE

The makers of a Thai reality television show have held an apologetic mountaintop prayer ritual after viewers accused them of angering sacred spirits during their last episode. “Thailand’s Got Talent”, which is based on the hugely successful British franchise, found […]