Auditions underway for Brock’s Got Talent

Brock University students have the chance to showcase their talents outside of the classroom through an annual competition hosted by the Brock University Students’ Union (BUSU).

Auditions are now open for Brock’s Got Talent, which will see students compete for a chance to win $1,000 in gift cards and a place in this year’s Ontario’s Got Talent finale in March.

Students can submit their audition video and find competition details on the BUSU website. Submissions close at 4 p.m. on Friday, Jan. 26.

Brock’s Got Talent heats, hosted by the Brock University Students’ Union, will be streamed via BrockTV’s YouTube channel. Students can also watch their fellow Badgers compete live in person at Union Station on Tuesday, Jan. 30 and Thursday, Feb. 1.

Last year, Brock Psychology student Amanada Ogunmekan finished in first not only in the BUSU competition, but also in the provincial finale event hosted by the Canadian Organization of Campus Activities.

“The whole process was an amazing experience and I’m just so thankful for all the support from friends and family,” said Ogunmekan. “The amount of work and dedication that went into making all this possible, who knows? I might be applying for Canada’s Got Talent.”

Ogunmekan and former finalists Avery Turner and Sienna Garda, will return to the Brock’s Got Talent stage to perform during the Feb. 8 finale, along with special guest performer and judge Maeve, a 2023 Canada’s Got Talent finalist.

The finale will be free to attend, however registration is required. Registration will open on the BUSU website closer to the Feb. 8 event.

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