One performance away

The Finals of the 36th Richard Stoute Teen Talent contest are mere weeks away and all of the contestants are trying their best for an opportunity to perform on the Plantation Garden Theatre stage come October 28.

Kadesha Lovell – I’d Rather Go Blind and All I Can Do Is Cry

This Sunday is the last of the two semi-finals and if last weekend’s semi, which was a thrilling contest, was anything to go by this one will be a ding dong no holds bar competition since the people performing received the highest scores over the seven preliminaries.

Good voices and electrifying performances are expected so patrons are warned to turn up early if they want a seat.

The 20 performing on Sunday are:

Chantal Griffith – I Have Nothing and All The Man I Need

David Howard – Feels Right and It’s Not That Easy Erica Best – Bound To You and Colours Of The Wind;

Jamal Springer – If You’re Out There and Here And Now

Jonathan Jeffrey – Do I Make You Proud

Kibibi Greenidge – Out On A Limb and New Attitude

Mikaila Collymore – It’s My Turn and Wishing And Hoping

Rodeesia Singh – I Don’t Know How To Love Him and You’ve Got A Way

Chantal Jemmott – One Night Only and Blown Away

Jabarrie Hurdle – Why Goodbye and With These Hands

Jamina Smith – Turning Tables and Best Thing I Never Had

Kadesha Lovell – I’d Rather Go Blind and All I Can Do Is Cry

Moesha Daniel – You Do That In Front Of We and Choices

Nickyl Blades – If You’re Not The One and Let’s Stay Together R

ebekah Carter – Homeless and That Name

Sade Lampitt – True Colours and Don’t Make Me Over

Shakir Maynard – I’m Yours and She’s Out Of My Life

Tasha Mathurin – We’re All Alone and Two Less Lonely People In The World

The other two contestants are: Anita Charles and Shereece Chandler.

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