October 22, 2020

Acts on the march to semi

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The Cayman Islands Marching Band were just one of the many talents on show in West Bay.

They joined nine other acts who have made it through to the semi-finals of this year’s Cayman’s Got Talent.

And what a show it was. Crowds were entertained by a variety of acts at Sir John A Cumber School on Saturday.

Singers, dancers and groups moved one step closer to the grand prize of becoming the most talented act in the whole country.

Cayman really does have talent

There may not have been the cutting snipes from Simon Cowell. Or the English sarcasm usually spouted by Piers Morgan.

But in West Bay on Saturday night a host of local entertainers certainly proved that Cayman really has got talent.

Like it’s UK and American counterparts, Cayman’s Got Talent really did live up to its name. A wide selection of entertainers ranging from singers, groups, dancers and even a marching band wowed the crowd at Sir John A Cumber School.

The semi-finalists from the West Bay auditions.

Cheyenne Tibbetts sang a beautiful version of If I Die Young, a hit made famous by The Band Perry. And one of the loudest cheers of the night was saved for Whynike Ebanks with his spine-tingling rendition of Celine Dion’s My Heart Will Go On.

A large chunk of the proceeds from the competition will be donated to the Cayman Islands Diabetic Association.

Saturday’s event was the last of the district auditions. The pre-final will be held on October 15 followed by the grand final on 29th of this month.

Those lucky enough to get through to the next round – and one step closer to the grand prize – are:  Lloyd Barker, Jamesette Anglin, Christopher Rankine, Crystal Johnson and Shanice Bodden (Fab Two), The Cayman Islands Marching Band, Cheyenne Tibbetts, Rochelle Myles, Dellon Myles, Whynike Ebanks and Xcitement Dancers.

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