All systems are in place for the start of the Richard Stoute Teen Talent Competition this year.
The competition themed “Against Domestic Violence” will have the first preliminary this Sunday. The competition will continue weekly through to September 21.
Preliminary number one, which features 11 competitors, nine in the junior category and two in the over 21 age group, will begin with, Clint Howard, participant number one, sing Crawl and You Got It Bad.
Also performing will be Sharifa Belgrave, who will render Nothing Compares to You and Read All About It; nine year old Fazeena Bassalat, who she will sing The Sound of Music as well as Tomorrow.
The fourth performer, Amanda Mascoll, will be rendering Locked Out of Heaven and When I Was A Man, followed by Sherise Smart with Don’t You Remember and Titanium. Kayla Alleyne and Shamelia Forde will be singing Redeemer and To Sir With Love and Wind Beneath My Wings and Farewell respectively.
Shardinay Worrell will be singing You Don’t Have To Say You Love Me and It’s All Coming Back To Me. The final singer from the junior category will be Cherise Richards, whose song selection was unknown up to press time.
Anthony Grazette and Charis Simon are the two performers in the senior category. Simon will render Right To Be Wrong and A Change Is Gonna Come.
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