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Fiji's talent show search

Mere Naleba
Wednesday, January 31, 2018

FIJIAN artists can now look forward to another talent show, which is scheduled for April.

The Fiji's Super Talent Search Show is organised by the Mesmerizing Event organisers and Bula Events Group and will have a similar concept to talent shows organised in Bollywood.

Bula Events Group director Alan Kumar says auditions will be held in the Western, Northern and Central divisions, and interested individuals can contact them for the time and dates of auditions.

"After auditions, we will groom the finalists to perform at the grand final.

"This is a chance for people of Fiji to watch this kind of show and for the 10 finalists, it will be their biggest achievement in grand finale, because they will be the first people to take part in the show," Mr Kumar said.

He said the main objective of the show was to discover hidden talents.

Mr Kumar can be contacted on 9209132 or 9838534.








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