Talent show – Orsatti http://orsatti.info/ Tue, 21 Jun 2022 06:40:19 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9.3 https://orsatti.info/wp-content/uploads/2022/01/icon-2022-01-16T201004.258-150x150.png Talent show – Orsatti http://orsatti.info/ 32 32 The Day – Reflections on 11 years of the New London Talent Show https://orsatti.info/the-day-reflections-on-11-years-of-the-new-london-talent-show/ Sun, 19 Jun 2022 04:06:05 +0000 https://orsatti.info/the-day-reflections-on-11-years-of-the-new-london-talent-show/ There are those big random events or accidents in life where, if you’re there or see it on TV, you’ll probably never forget it. Usually it’s something or someone that’s globally iconic. The inauguration of Barack Obama. The Beatles on “The Ed Sullivan Show”. Being at a Super Bowl. Witness the Space Shuttle Challenger disaster […]]]>

There are those big random events or accidents in life where, if you’re there or see it on TV, you’ll probably never forget it. Usually it’s something or someone that’s globally iconic. The inauguration of Barack Obama. The Beatles on “The Ed Sullivan Show”. Being at a Super Bowl. Witness the Space Shuttle Challenger disaster in real time.

Here’s an intriguing local example: Over 10 performances over 11 years, the New London Talent Show, held at the Garde Arts Centre, has involved hundreds of participants, coaches, volunteers, teams and backstage staff – and thousands of show parents. , relatives, friends, and community members from every possible demographic in Southeast Connecticut.

None of them will ever forget it.

On Saturday, the last – and last – production of the New London Talent Show takes place at La Garde. It’s a bittersweet moment underscored by the passing last week of Junior Jones, the 39-year-old longtime bandleader and musical director of the talent shows. Typically, several people stepped in to help, some traveling long distances. It’s emblematic of what the series means and how it works.

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The event was founded after the 2010 murder of Matthew Chew, a white man, by five black teenagers and a Latino teenager. The reactive unrest was plagued by broad racial accusations from an entire New London demographic that threatened to fracture the community, with the wellbeing of our young people caught in the middle. Politicians, social workers, service groups and all sorts of organizations fumed and tossed out suggestions – some well-meaning, some selfish – but nothing happened.

Then a small group of visionary and concerned citizens led by businessman and New London councilor Curtis Goodwin, musician/youth advocate Frank Colmenares, New London police officer and now representative of the State Anthony Nolan and New London lawyer Susan M. Connolly came forward. Fueled by the belief that the arts capture our imagination, provide creative outlets and a sense of belonging, and heal our wounds, they came up with the idea of ​​the talent show – instinctively understanding that it would be a superb way to accomplish a variety of immediate projects. and longer-term goals focusing on creating opportunities for the city’s youth.

The Garde Arts Center, a non-profit theater in the heart of the city, volunteered to serve as the home base and provided the venue, equipment and staff to work with the talent show staff newly formed and ongoing. It was the kind of hitherto unlikely alliance that symbolized possibility – and it worked.

In 2021, a documentary chronicling the show’s history, “These People” (named after a pejorative and racist expression used in the wake of Chew’s murder to frame an entire group of people as accomplices in the crime based on the ethnicity), was created. The film was produced and broadcast by The Day in partnership with the talent show. It was written and directed by Peter Huoppi, the newspaper’s multimedia director, and co-produced by Huoppi and Goodwin.

When the final salute is fired on Saturday, the legacy of the New London Talent show will be underway. Alumni have embarked on high-profile careers in the arts and entertainment, as well as a variety of jobs across the professional spectrum. For those who have worked behind the scenes on any or all of the shows, the lessons learned and the moments of triumph and appreciation are truly indelible.

In anticipation and appreciation of the farewell New London Talent Show, it seemed best to honor the legacy of the event by speaking with a cross section of those who are and were there.

On whether the Talent Show fulfilled the original vision:

Nolan: “I think it opened the door for our community to come out of what was a tragedy. People from different fields met at the talent show and some ended up with professional careers and jobs in the arts and crafts. is rewarding to see.

“Also, relationships have been established. For example, some people who were friends with the young man who was murdered got together with friends of the young men responsible. Not all of them, but in some cases, and those bridges were built across the community because of the talent show.”

Joseph Salcedo (New London; longtime participant as a dancer, singer, and rapper; studying communications with a music minor; helping with the final show as a coach): “Curtis, Frank, and Anthony did a terrific job. I made so many friends from cities like Norwich, Groton and Mystic and we were all together and despite our differences we took the opportunity to share with each other and with the community Matthew Chew will always be there spirit, and we’ve learned to reach beyond our comfort zones and engage together with the different demographics that our shows have appealed to.”

Steve Sigel (Executive Director, Guard Arts Center): “It’s bigger than I think any of us expected. The Guard said yes to the young leaders of the community whom we did not know and who had no professional experience. But because of the tragedy, we welcomed the leadership that Curtis showed. It’s not just the show itself, but how the youngsters grew up and displayed a commitment to the community they grew up in that hasn’t wavered from the start.

Michael Passero (Mayor of New London): “I think back to the Matthew Chew incident and I was a freshman councilor at the time. I remember a lot of torpedoing and soul-searching in the community – and some grandstanding very frankly political. There were a lot of encounters and solutions and words…

All those years on the road? I can’t think of anything else that would have survived or been such an effective response. If you were around at the time, would you have thought that this group of young children and leaders would have had a practical and helpful way to approach this? Ours was a community that projected the wrong image and we had failed our children and damaged our psyches – and under the core group of Frank, Curtis, Anthony and Susan and many talented young people, that’s what has stood the test of time. test of time.”

Brian Johnson (Montville; long-time participant as singer and drummer; owner of the Hit Room recording studio in New London): “I knew all about the issues when I first auditioned, but I’ve learned to appreciate what an event that has brought people together over the years.”

Huopi: “It’s hard to assess the overall impact. I don’t think anyone involved at the start and along the way would argue that ‘we fixed New London!’ “I think they were originally trying to do something positive and, talking to a lot of them for the documentary, the idea was to be a role model for other people and other cities. about how you can do good and try to create positive change. all those little individual stories add up.”

Goodwin“It’s incredibly hard to accept what we’ve achieved. It’s been more than we ever thought possible in the first or second year. I’ve learned to teach our staff, our volunteers and our youth that we can literally accomplish anything we set our minds to – and I use our alums and 11 years of productions as proof.”

On how being in the talent show helped in a personal context:

Caroline Tanner (2014-2017 participant; current volunteer; University of Connecticut graduate with a major in psychology and communications; aiming for a career in sports or entertainment management): “I thought of the show as a home away from home. I was looking forward to the (show) practices and seeing all these people who had become friends that I would never have met otherwise. And performing on stage for the first time was amazing. I learned it helps to be a little scared because at the end of the day you conquer your nerves.”

Aliyah Stanton (Groton; sang in shows 5 and 7; studying at Sweetbriar College in pre-law): “I learned that it is a very stressful process to come out of your shell, but it is invigorating. I have also realized that I’m more of a background person, so I started helping out behind the scenes and learning how it worked. It was amazing to learn how much effort it takes to make these shows happen.

Diego Davila (Miami; attended Mitchell College in New London; 2017-2020 solo and show guitarist; professional performer, session player, and teacher): “Throughout my life people told me I couldn’t make it. never to anything and that my guitar skills were never good… The talent show gave me the opportunity to portray what I had to offer in music… Curtis welcomed me as if I was family and I felt I could do something on my own.

Not the same (New London via New Bedford; sang in 2019 and 2020 as Mason Imperial; CEO of Lynesire Productions, a marketing company developing brands for creators; sang “National Anthem” this week for Pride Day at Fenway Park before the Red Sox game): “Being on the show was a fiery moment for me. I had forgotten what it was like to be on stage!”

Casey Lin (Mystic; 2015-18 performer; senior at UMass Amherst majoring in sports management and marketing with a minor in psychology): “The talent show absolutely paved the way for me to perform and got me excited. gave me the confidence to start my own, and I just loved being a part of those show experiences with so many different talented people. I’m not going to play music professionally; I think that might ruin some of the magic that I felt being part of these talent shows.

r.koster@theday.com

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🌱 Riverhead Daily: Juneteenth + 1st Strawberry Festival Talent Show https://orsatti.info/%f0%9f%8c%b1-riverhead-daily-juneteenth-1st-strawberry-festival-talent-show/ Fri, 17 Jun 2022 17:01:41 +0000 https://orsatti.info/%f0%9f%8c%b1-riverhead-daily-juneteenth-1st-strawberry-festival-talent-show/ Hello everyone. It’s me, Diane Witek, your host of the Daily. Keep reading for the most important things happening in town. First, today’s weather forecast: Partially sunny; windy, cooler. High: 71, low: 56. Here are the best stories in Riverhead today: Riverhead celebrates Juneteenth! Community organizations and the Suffolk Theater will be hosting many events […]]]>

Hello everyone. It’s me, Diane Witek, your host of the Daily. Keep reading for the most important things happening in town.


First, today’s weather forecast:

Partially sunny; windy, cooler. High: 71, low: 56.


Here are the best stories in Riverhead today:

  1. Riverhead celebrates Juneteenth! Community organizations and the Suffolk Theater will be hosting many events over the weekend this year. (RiverheadLOCAL)
  2. On June 19, Riverhead Town Hall will be closed on Monday, officials said. (RiverheadLOCAL)
  3. The New York Marine Rescue Center and the Atlantic Marine Conservation Society rushed to Brooklyn on Sunday to rescue a stranded ‘pygmy sperm whale’or Kogia breviceps”, which is not found in our waters. After several attempts to push the whale out to sea, it was decided that euthanasia was the best solution for the compromised whale. (Riverhead Patch)
  4. The first-ever Strawberry Festival Talent Show was a resounding success. The talent ranged from contestants between the ages of 7 and 101. The categories for acts were singing, dancing, instrumental, and comedy. (North Fork Patch)
  5. Dan’s Papers does it again with a list of things to do in the North Fork this weekend: June 18-19. Be sure to bring suntan lotion. (Dan’s Papers)

Today in Riverhead:

  • Free Mini Family Photoshoots at Riverhead! (9:00 a.m.)
  • Greater Jamesport Civic Association meeting with Councilor Kenneth Rothwell. (9:30 a.m.)
  • Farmer’s and craft market at The Shoppes. (10h)
  • Liza Coppola — Live Music. (7 p.m.)
  • Paul McCartney: The early years with “The Moondogs”. (8 p.m.)
  • Liza Coppola — Live Music. (3am)

From my notebook:

  • Cornell Cooperative Extension of Suffolk County: “Today our team from CCE-Suffolk, Long Island Farm Bureau and Cornell University Long Island Horticultural Research & Extension Center enjoyed an informative tour of the Cornell University College of Veterinary Medicine Duck Research Lab.” (Cornell Cooperative Extension of Suffolk County via Facebook)
  • The Long Island Pine Barrens Society: “This weekend, consider visiting Brookhaven State Park on the east side of William Floyd Parkway and hiking one of the many trails there. Throughout your walk , you’ll see abundant plant life, like the remarkable Pitch Pine.” (The Long Island Pine Barrens Society via Facebook)
  • Spirit’s Promise Equine Rescue Program: “What a wonderful, relaxing Wednesday we had last night with our guests led by Melanie Palmeri! Healing comes in many forms and meditation and painting are definitely a fun way to do it. We hope to see you all again soon.”💜 (Spirit’s Promise Equine Rescue Program via Facebook) (website)
  • The Suffolk Theatre: “The only thing better than one Michael Bublé is three of them! @shadesofbuble brings Michael Bublé’s swing standards and pop hits to the stage in an unforgettable, high-energy concert.” (The Suffolk Theater via Instagram) (Website)

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You are now aware and ready to go out this Saturday! See you soon.

Diane Witek

About me: Passionate writer, web designer, social media marketer and newly proclaimed baker. Lover of nature and animals of all kinds.

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S4C talent shows appeal to baritones, tenors and altos https://orsatti.info/s4c-talent-shows-appeal-to-baritones-tenors-and-altos/ Thu, 16 Jun 2022 15:30:42 +0000 https://orsatti.info/s4c-talent-shows-appeal-to-baritones-tenors-and-altos/ A FINAL call has gone out to bathroom baritones, dining room tenors and budding altos across North Wales, urging them to bid for a bit of TV stardom. The popular S4C show, Canu gyda fy Arwris looking for music lovers to participate in the new series hosted by tenor Rhys Meirion – but time is […]]]>

A FINAL call has gone out to bathroom baritones, dining room tenors and budding altos across North Wales, urging them to bid for a bit of TV stardom.

The popular S4C show, Canu gyda fy Arwris looking for music lovers to participate in the new series hosted by tenor Rhys Meirion – but time is running out with the deadline for entries set for June 30.

According to Mr. Meirion, from Blaenau Ffestiniog, the program offers everyone the unique opportunity to sing a song with their musical hero live in front of an audience.

“This will be the third series on the program and we’ve already had quite a few nominations,” Rhys said, “but there’s still time for anyone to apply to fulfill their dream and sing with their hero.

“Everyone dreams of it and many sing in the bath or shower about a duet with their idols, but they know it will never happen.

Tenor Rhys Meirion will host the new series.

“Participating in this program is truly a unique opportunity. It will never happen anywhere else and it was an unforgettable experience for those who have already participated in the previous series.

“It’s one of the best things I’ve been involved with on TV and I can’t wait to get started.”

He added that there was no need to be shy and that if anyone wants to bring a friend or two, they are welcome.

“And you don’t always have to have a good voice either. Doing this program is about fulfilling a dream and having a lot of fun and that’s the most important thing,” he said.

Canu gyda fy Arwr airs primetime on S4C and is produced by Caernarfon-based TV production company Cwmni Da.

North Wales Chronicle: Rhys Meirion says he "I am excited to begin".Rhys Meirion says he “can’t wait to get started”.

Those chosen to participate in the show meet their idol and chat before rehearsing a song, then performing on stage in front of friends, family or complete strangers.

Cwmni Da producer Siwan Haf said, “Canu gyda fy Arwr is to celebrate the joy and emotion that comes from singing, so we encourage anyone who wants an unforgettable experience to apply.

“The first two series have remained broadly the same, but there will be some exciting changes in the next series.”

“But we would always welcome more applications. Anyone who would like to sing with their favorite singer or band live on stage in front of an audience should contact us. We would love to have that happen for them.”

Among those who have already experienced the dream is Sioned James Bevan, who lives in Rhostryfan near Caernarfon.

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She was surprised at how many people still come to see her and tell her how much they appreciated her singing with star Bryn Fôn.

The teacher, who works at Ysgol y Creuddyn in Penrhyn Bay near Llandudno, was suggested by a friend who wanted to surprise her on her birthday, before she sang a duet with Bryn on the program in front of her pupils .

Sioned said: “It was definitely a surprise. I had no idea it was planned until I saw Rhys walk into the school with a film crew.

“Then I met Bryn and he was lovely. Indeed Rhys and the whole team were so warm and friendly it made the whole experience so enjoyable.

“It was my 40th birthday last year and singing with Bryn Fon had been on my to-do list for a while, but doing it was unforgettable.”

Applications should be submitted to Cwmni Da online at www.cwmnida.cymru/canu by June 30.

If you have any questions before applying, please email castio@cwmnida.tv or phone 01286 685300.

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Oldest TV music host Song Hae dies at 95 https://orsatti.info/oldest-tv-music-host-song-hae-dies-at-95/ Thu, 09 Jun 2022 12:05:38 +0000 https://orsatti.info/oldest-tv-music-host-song-hae-dies-at-95/ Guinness World Records is saddened to learn that Song Hae (South Korea), the oldest television music show hostdied on June 8, 2022, at the age of 95. Veteran artist Song Hae introduced the TV show national singing competition for 34 years. Song Hae’s record was confirmed at the age of 94 years and 350 days […]]]>

Guinness World Records is saddened to learn that Song Hae (South Korea), the oldest television music show hostdied on June 8, 2022, at the age of 95.

Veteran artist Song Hae introduced the TV show national singing competition for 34 years.

Song Hae’s record was confirmed at the age of 94 years and 350 days on April 12, 2022.

Born in 1927, he began his acting career in 1955 by joining the Changgong musical troupe. He hosted the national singing competitiona variety show on KBS Channel 1, from 1988 to 2022.

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KBS aired special reports honoring the late Song Hae, including a memorial documentary about his life.

Song Hae took a month-long hiatus from hosting duties in March due to COVID-19 and returned to the stage after recovering.

In an exclusive interview with the late national television icon in May 2022, he shared how happy he felt to have reached this incredible career milestone.

“It’s extremely good. I feel like I’m on top of the world,” Song Hae said.

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“I think it’s a reward for my long-term commitment to broadcasting to be named the world record holder. I would really like to thank everyone and share this joy with people around the world.” – Song Hae, May 2022

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Song Hae’s passion for his work has extended beyond fame and recognition. He distinguished the national singing competition as his driving force and motivation to keep working until the very end.

“Everyday people and viewers are a source of strength to maintain my passion for work,” Song Hae said.

“I have met people from all walks of life over the past 34 years through this program. I laugh and cry with them.”

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For so many years, the show’s contestants and viewers are what kept him going, and he loved meeting and talking with contestants and listening to their background stories during rehearsals.

Even in his old age, Song Hae was extremely hardworking and diligent. He went to the filming location of the program a day in advance to gather local information, soak up the atmosphere and memorize his script.

On the day of filming, he was still on set at seven o’clock in the morning for preparation, although the program was not taped until one o’clock in the afternoon.

There were always unexpected situations that weren’t on the script, but he thought such surprises were the fun of the show.

In an entertainment career spanning nearly 50 years, Song Hae hosted more than a thousand episodes of the National Singing Talesyouand brought smiles to many more faces.

This beloved national icon will live on in the hearts of the show’s fans and contestants.

Our thoughts are with Song Hae’s friends and family during this difficult time.

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SA: Talent show Dream Factory to premiere on Youth Day https://orsatti.info/sa-talent-show-dream-factory-to-premiere-on-youth-day/ Thu, 09 Jun 2022 11:39:42 +0000 https://orsatti.info/sa-talent-show-dream-factory-to-premiere-on-youth-day/ Dream Factory was created by Elsubie Verlinden, director of 33 and Me Talent Agency and producer of the International Arts Talent Showcase (IATS). It aims to provide a platform for young people to showcase their talents in the fields of singing, dancing, acting and modeling while providing them with opportunities in arts education. The talent […]]]>

Dream Factory was created by Elsubie Verlinden, director of 33 and Me Talent Agency and producer of the International Arts Talent Showcase (IATS). It aims to provide a platform for young people to showcase their talents in the fields of singing, dancing, acting and modeling while providing them with opportunities in arts education.

The talent search will feature promising talent from all nine provinces of South Africa and will coincide with Youth Day in the country. It follows a series of training workshops led by American songwriter, music producer and casting director Nate Butler, in East London, Cape Town and Johannesburg.

The talent on dream factory will be identified and developed by IATS with the goal of performing on the world stage at the International Modeling and Talent Association, the largest talent convention of its kind in New York.

“The inspiration behind dream factory is to manufacture and grow dreams, nurture and educate talent through the entertainment and fashion industry,” said Verlinden. “Workshops and training are delivered by local and international industry professionals. This allows talented individuals to grow and perfect their craft with the ultimate goal of positioning them to work professionally in the industry… The ultimate goal of dream factory television show is to motivate budding artists to pursue their dreams.

Verlinden, who is also a successful actress, said the TV show would just be the starting point for budding local artists. She said when she started in the industry, she found a lack of mentors and training opportunities to help her advance her career. She starred in Leon Schuster Mr. Bones 2 and several television series including Binnelanders, Egoli and Scandal. She also racked up a long list of accolades over a 25-year career.

dream factory will also feature Atlanta-based songwriter, producer and casting director Nate Butler, who presented a number of entertainment-related educational workshops in South Africa in May. Butler was also on the local jury in three provinces.

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NJ YMCA talent show will benefit non-profit organization for stroke survivors https://orsatti.info/nj-ymca-talent-show-will-benefit-non-profit-organization-for-stroke-survivors/ Wed, 08 Jun 2022 08:04:39 +0000 https://orsatti.info/nj-ymca-talent-show-will-benefit-non-profit-organization-for-stroke-survivors/ WAYNE — Rene Testa Adams wasn’t too long removed from his days as an all-county athlete when the inexplicable happened to him on a softball field. She was dragging runners to third base and at the end of an inning she started heading for the dugout. In front of her players, the opposing team and […]]]>
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VJ Andrews to host talent show “Vellum Thiramai” https://orsatti.info/vj-andrews-to-host-talent-show-vellum-thiramai/ Wed, 01 Jun 2022 07:12:00 +0000 https://orsatti.info/vj-andrews-to-host-talent-show-vellum-thiramai/ Popular Hindi reality show Hunarbaaz: Desh Ki Shaan is set to launch its Tamil version, “Vellum Thiramai” soon. The creators have now revealed that VJ Andrews will be hosting the show. Earlier, it was announced that actress Nikki Galrani will be among the judges for the show. Now, it has been confirmed that VJ Andrews […]]]>

Popular Hindi reality show Hunarbaaz: Desh Ki Shaan is set to launch its Tamil version, “Vellum Thiramai” soon. The creators have now revealed that VJ Andrews will be hosting the show.

Earlier, it was announced that actress Nikki Galrani will be among the judges for the show. Now, it has been confirmed that VJ Andrews will host the show.

However, the full list of judges and hosts has not been fully revealed. The makers are expected to be in talks with some of the popular Tamil celebrities, who will be seen joining the bandwagon as special guests in the upcoming episodes.

Auditions have started for the show where people from different corners of the state will come and showcase their unique talents in the show. Whoever impresses the judges will be selected for the show. The channel also shared an online application form for the chance to take part in the show.

VJ Andrews is a popular host, who started his career hosting various news shows. He later appeared on shows like Villa to Village and Ready Steady Po. He was also seen hosting various stage shows produced by the popular entertainment channel. VJ Andrews also worked as a radio jockey for a short time.

‘Hunarbaaz: Desh Ki Shaan’ is a popular Hindi reality TV show which has been judged by famous celebrities like Mithun Chakraborty, Parineeti Chopra and Karan Johar. The show was hosted by Bharti Singh and Harsh Limbachiyaa.

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Ryan Reynolds singing in a South Korean talent show dressed as a unicorn resurfaces https://orsatti.info/ryan-reynolds-singing-in-a-south-korean-talent-show-dressed-as-a-unicorn-resurfaces/ Tue, 31 May 2022 13:33:22 +0000 https://orsatti.info/ryan-reynolds-singing-in-a-south-korean-talent-show-dressed-as-a-unicorn-resurfaces/ Ryan Reynolds is a fan-favorite actor thanks to his jokes and hilarious movies, but he also proved himself a talented singer four years ago in a South Korean singing competition.. Ryan Reynolds is one of Hollywood’s biggest actors and half of the industry’s favorite A-list couples. Along with Blake Lively, his wife of nearly a […]]]>

Ryan Reynolds is a fan-favorite actor thanks to his jokes and hilarious movies, but he also proved himself a talented singer four years ago in a South Korean singing competition..

Ryan Reynolds is one of Hollywood’s biggest actors and half of the industry’s favorite A-list couples. Along with Blake Lively, his wife of nearly a decade, they’re everyone’s couple goals thanks to their endless Instagram trolling.

Remember when he wished Blake a happy birthday with a cropped photo of her?

We’re already fans of Ryan, but he made us love him even more in 2018 after his surprise appearance in a South Korean competition, singing Tomorrow from Annie. Some fans are just figuring out the moment now.

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You’ll probably never see Ryan in a sparkly cape and unicorn mask again, so check out his stellar performance below – he’s got some great pipes:

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We have the Deadpool 2 marketing team to thank for this viral moment; the actor was in South Korea promoting the film for just two days and still managed to sneak onto the popular show.

If that wasn’t a clue Deadpool 3 is a musical, we don’t know what is.

The judges and audience were equally shocked – even celebrities were trying to take a selfie with the actor after his reveal.

What is the Masked Singer?

You may have heard of the British or American Masked Singer, but the franchise originated in South Korea. Created in 2015, King Of Masked Singer sees celebrities go head-to-head in three rounds of elimination. They wear bizarre costumes and masks to conceal their identities so popularity doesn’t affect voting.

Participants sing the same song in the first round and their own song in the second and third rounds. Identities are only revealed once eliminated.

The winner of the third round faces the current Masked King and is either eliminated or wins the title.

Among the non-South Korean celebrities who will appear on the show are Croatian-American singer Miljenko Matijevic – lead singer of rock band Steelheart – and American television personality Tyler Rasch.

It’s even more impressive that he sang the song in Korean, which would have taken him four months to prepare.

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The longest-serving judges of the talent show https://orsatti.info/the-longest-serving-judges-of-the-talent-show/ Sat, 21 May 2022 16:04:57 +0000 https://orsatti.info/the-longest-serving-judges-of-the-talent-show/ TALENTRECAP.COM Talent Dancing with the stars Justin Jenkins Justin Jenkins Justin D. Jenkins is a writer and host for Talent Recap. He is a lover of all things reality TV and likes to think of himself as a wine connoisseur. Justin was born and raised in New York and is a dedicated storyteller who enjoys […]]]>

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Talent shows have been part of popular culture for decades. Since star search for The voice, the search for original talent has always generated huge ratings and helped create some of today’s biggest stars. There is no Kelly Clarkson or Carrie Underwood without american idol. No Brandon Leak Without America’s Got Talent. There would be no talent show success stories without the judges who critique, guide and mentor budding artists.

Simon Cowell

We can’t have a list of longtime talent show judges without the king of reality TV shows. Cowell first came onto the scene when american idol premiered in 2002. Judge was already known in the music industry, but now viewers got a chance to see just how cutthroat the entertainment industry could be. Cowell became known as the Wicked Judge for his harsh criticism of contestants. The TV producer is gone Idol in 2010. Since then, Cowell has continued to judge shows within The X Factor and America’s Got Talent franchisees. By bringing his own style of judgment to talent shows, Cowell has amassed a net worth of $600 million.

The judges of “Dancing with the stars”

There’s never been a panel of judges that lasted 30 seasons on a talent show. Carrie Ann Inaba, Len Goodman, as well as Bruno Tonioli were all part of Dancing with the stars since its inception in 2005. Each judge has brought something to the table as the show has been running for nearly two decades. Usually, competition shows are a revolving door of judges, but these three managed to go on without any rumors of a replacement. For the past two years, the show has only added the show’s former professional dancer Derek Hough to the judging table.

Blake Shelton

The self-proclaimed king of The voice, Blake Shelton was the longest-serving coach in the show’s 21-season history. Shelton is also the most successful, winning the show eight times in total. The country singer is known for coaching country artists to the finish line. Shelton has seen many great coaches come and go, but he has remained, becoming the backbone of the show.

Randy Jackson

Although fans haven’t heard his name in a while, Randy Jackson’s legacy cannot be dismissed. the original american idol judge holds the show’s longest-serving judge title, still today. Jackson on trial Idol for 13 seasons and watched the show grow steadily. These days, the producer is back on the road with the Journey band and promoting health with his business ventures.

Howie Mandel

The Canadian comedian joined America’s Got Talent in Season 5 of the show. Fans can agree that Mandel brought the funny with him after the judging table was revamped. Since joining the show, Mandel has made a name for himself as the funniest and craziest panelist, but also someone who had an eye for talent. Artist’s Golden Buzzer Pick for Season 11 Grace VanderWaal Won the Contest and Becomes One of the Most Successful America’s Got Talent deeds of all time.