Judges are ready to be impressed in the next stage of Mounties Has Talent 2016
Singers, dancers and performers of all kinds are ready to hit the stage in the heats phase of the 2016 Mounties Has Talent competition.
The heats kick off on Thursday, 2 June and will run for six weeks (every Thursday). As the quest for talent continues, skilled candidates are looking for new ways to impress the judges and show they have what it takes to be crowned the winner of the contest.
Among the contestants vying for a share of $8,000 in prize money is Mounties Has Talent’s oldest entrant, Robert Steadman (aged 72) of Austral, who will be singing a country number in the heats.
Thirteen-year-old rapper Madison Gamble, who was one of the crowd favourites at last year’s grand final, will be returning to the stage to show off her talent. Her older sister Jasmine is also making her debut in this year’s competition.
Crowds will fill the Mounties Showroom throughout the heats stage as well as for the finals. Last year, a crowd of around 500 people attended the grand final and were blown away by the high calibre acts, including amazing vocalists and musicians as well as dance troupes.
Members and guests are invited to come down and supports entrants throughout the heats and finals stages of the competition.