Once more, the Nigeria’s Got Train auditions turned out to be an extravagant carnival of talents as it berthed at the Universal Hotel, Enugu for the fourth round of auditions in the on going massively popular audition series.
Interspersed with regular renditions of well known songs, dance routines and comic acts, were many surprising displays of uncanny talent; unique choreography, world class singers, rappers, comedians, actors and many more.
Mrs Ugochi Pedro, Director of Special Projects and Head of Legal Affairs, Optima Media Group expressed satisfaction at the quality of talents seen in the Coal City. “We definitely liked what we saw in Enugu, not just the quality of talents but the sheer determination! It’s heart warming to see how seriously Nigerian view their talent and how eager they are for world class platforms like Nigeria’s Got Talent to display it!”
Standing head and shoulders above other contestants at the Enugu auditions was 25-year-old Michael. His comic routine comprising mock skits imitating Nigerian actors such as Aki and Paw Paw left the judges in stitches with contestants and crewmembers entertained all day.
“What is life with comedy? Boring! I am comedy and with my physique it only helps amuse people and crack ribs,” he said.
The auditions which is gradually coming to an end will make its next stop in Asaba October 19th, Benin, October 21, Ibadan, October 23 and Lagos, October 26 and 27.
Nigeria’s Got Talent will run from October 2013 to March 2014.
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