Britain’s Got Talent finalists to appear in Hatfield
PUBLISHED: 22:13 21 August 2012 | UPDATED: 21:38 22 August 2012
ONE of this year’s Britain’s Got Talent finalists will be performing at the climax of Hertfordshire’s Got Talent in Hatfield next month.
Loveable Rogues will be singing at the final of Hertfordshire’s Got Talent 2012 on Saturday, September 15 at the Forum.
The cheeky lads, who debuted with their own song Lovesick on the ITV talent show, have recently landed a record deal with The X Factor supremo Simon Cowell.
Performing live on the day at the College Lane entertainment venue, Eddie Brett, Sonny Jay and Te Eugene have created a new and individual style of music based on influences across the genres.
As well as appearing on stage, there will also be a meet and greet with the trio.
Hertfordshire’s finest acts will compete in front of an audience at the finale for the chance to win prizes including a recording studio contract, photography sessions and talent agency scholarships.
Last year’s contest was won by Hatfield band Korda Marshall, who also performed at the University of Hertfordshire Students’ Summer Ball.
There promises to be tight competition between the finalists this year, as auditions have proven to be the best so far.
The overall winners will receive £1,000 in cash plus a £500 Ray Lowe Studio photo shoot.
The runners-up will collect a cash prize of £250 as well as a £250 photo shoot from Ray Lowe Studio.
The third-placed act will win £100 cash and a photo shoot worth £100.
There’s also a special recording prize up for grabs sponsored by Graphic Nature Studios.
And Top Hat Stage School is sponsoring two special performance prizes, with under-17s battling for a one year performance scholarship, while those 18 and over could win representation by Top Hat’s agency for professional work.
The final of Hertfordshire’s Got Talent takes place from 4.30pm at the Forum Hertfordshire on September 15.
Tickets are on sale now from the Forum website – click on the link above right.
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