i-Love Performing Competition 爱秀小达人(才艺比赛)

Is your child a good dancer, magician, musician, juggler or contortionist? Or do they have an extraordinary talent such as a fantastic memory? If they are between 6 and 12 years old, here’s a chance for them to show off their talent on stage as well as on cable TV.

Register them for the i-Love Performing Competition so they can showcase their skills to the audience at Happy Sparks, the lifestyle edutainment event (registration details below). Highlights of the competition, a showcase event at Happy Sparks, will also be filmed and broadcast on the MaxToon channel on StarHub TV. 

WHEN AND WHERE
Online registration (via video upload):
Friday, 7 July 1016 to Friday, 12 August 2016 at www.happysparks.com

On-site registration (live audition):
Saturday, 13 August 2016 and Sunday, 14 August 2016 from 10am to 6pm at Nex

Semi-final:
Saturday, 12 November 2016 at 10am at the Singapore Expo Hall 4B 

Final:
Sunday, 13 November 2016 at 10am at the Singapore Expo Hall 4B

UPDATE: REGISTRATION HAS CLOSED


View Semi-Finalists

Prizes

FIRST PRIZE

The winner will receive S$10,000 cash, a trophy and a certificate.

SECOND PRIZE

The first runner-up will receive S$800 cash, a trophy and a certificate.

 
THIRD PRIZE

The second runner-up will receive S$500 cash, a trophy and a certificate.

PANEL OF JUDGES

 
Alvin Chiam

A theatre veteran of over 15 years, Alvin Chiam has appeared in acclaimed productions such as ‘The Island’ by The Theatre Practice, ‘Twelve Angry Men’ by Nine Years Theatre and ‘The Spirits Play’ by The Finger Players.

He graduated with distinction from E’cole Philippe Gualier in 2009. In 2013, he was awarded the NAC Arts scholarship and graduated with a Master of Arts from Rose Bruford College of Theatre and Performance in the United Kingdom.

Johnni Law

Johnni Law is the senior producer at mm2 Entertainment and has 20 years of experience overseeing TV and Entertainment productions, formats development and co-production at Mediacorp. He recently successfully produced ‘Hear Me Sing’, Singapore’s first online singing competition.

Emcee

Marcus Chin

With a career in the entertainment industry spanning over 30 years, veteran artiste Marcus Chin’s talents include hosting, singing and acting. He was a popular Chinese variety television show host in the ’70s, and later produced and acted in live theatre and numerous public performances. He made his television comeback in 2001 after a long hiatus, and won Best Comedy Performer at the Star Awards in 2004 for his role as female character Bao Mei Li.