Jovit Baldivino, the very first winner of "Pilipinas Got Talent," passed away on Friday, December 9, according to his former manager at Star Magic.

Jerry Telan stated the singer died at 4 a.m., citing information from Baldivino's parents and fiancé. five days after being in a "coma" He had 29 years of age.

According to a statement posted on Telan's Instagram account, Baldivino was brought to the Jesus of Nazareth Hospital in Batangas on the evening of 3 December after experiencing respiratory difficulties during a performance.

Telan stated that before to the event, Baldivino's physician urged him not to sing because he had been "recovering for a week on hypertension maintenance medications."

"He was then invited by a family friend from Batangas City...Knowing "Bundoy" (Jovit), he yielded to the crowd's clamor. He performed three signature songs, including Journey's "Faithfully." "He was gasping for air during the third song," Telan wrote, adding that Baldivino was taken to the hospital that night.

The artist's representative stated that Baldivino's CT scan revealed a blood clot in the brain, indicating an aneurysm.

After winning Season 1 of Pilipinas Got Talent in 2010, Baldivino released a number of albums, with "Pusong Bato" and "Ikay' Mahal Pa Rin" among his most popular songs.