New Junior King and Queen

A new king and queen were crowned early this morning at the end of the Junior Monarch calypso finals.

The show started around 7:30 p.m. and ended just after 11 p.m. Saturday.

However, it took another two hours before the results were finally announced.

In the end, it was revealed that Dynamo was the winner in the 8-12 category and Ah-Dee-Lah in the 13-18 category.
In the 8-12 group, defending monarch Ranaan was second;  Sarai third; and Star Diamond, fourth.

In the 13-18 category, RJ was second, Lady Tii, third, and Quinn P fourth, outperforming defending monarch Sammy G.

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Ah-Dee-Lah was the winner in the 13-18 category, dethroning Sammy G.
Dynamo celebrates with his father Billboard, who is also a calypsonian.
Dynamo celebrates with his father Billboard, who is also a calypsonian.
The new junior King accepts his trophy from Acting Minister of Culture Patrick Todd.
The new junior King, Dynamo, accepts his trophy from Acting Minister of Culture Patrick Todd.
Second place in the 13-18 category went to
RJ, who placed second, was disappointed that he did not clench the top spot.

 

Third place in the 13-18 category went to . Here, she receives her prize from Acting CEO of the National Cultural Foundation Wayne Webster.
Third place in the 13-18 category went to Lady Tii. Here, she receives her prize from Acting CEO of the National Cultural Foundation Wayne Webster.

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