Orange Talent Hunt enters it’s 4th edition


The Liberian Entertainment Industry got the biggest news in January of this year, when Orange announced that it was launching a Talent Hunt in Liberia. This is a new event that seeks to discover the next big talent in Liberia. This is in two-fold. There’s the music aspect and the fashion part. Orange is known for heavily supporting the entertainment industry in Liberia, and this is just another medium through which they can empower young people and support them realize their dreams. “We know that there are a lot of amazing talents in Liberia and so we want to use this platform to expose those talents and give them an opportunity to make a big entrance on the national stage,” said the Marketing and Communications Officer for Orange Liberia, Mr. Noel Chateau. He empathized that it is important that young people between the ages of 18-35, from every single county of the nation make use of this opportunity.


So far, the competition has gone through 4 stages. The first three rounds were held at the YMCA in Monrovia. The Talent Hunt then hit Bong County early April. The fourth edition was held at the Club 64 in Paynesville, which saw 184 contestants scrambling to be the next big ‘thing’ in terms of talent and fashion. The Orange Talent Hunt is still ongoing to find the next big Star of Liberia. It is expected that the winner for the Music component will be awarded the amount of US$1,000.00 plus professional studio time.


The music segment is headed by CEO Lyee K. Bility’s Bilikon Entertainment and the Fashion segment is headed by the House of Fashion, represented by its CEO, Mrs. Courage James Sackie.


CEO Lyee B explained that the auditions would take place at the YMCA Gym and the Methodist Gym in Ganta in the month of March. Next would be Bong County, at the Gboveh High School in Gbarnga and of course in Kakata City, Margibi County in April. Grand Bassa was not left out, as Buchanan City hosted the next audition in May. The Grand Finale will be in the month of May also, in Monrovia, with the winner walking away with US$1,000.00 and professional studio time.


On the other hand, the Fashion aspect will be a bit different. According to Mrs. Sackie, there will be only one audition, which will be held at her fashion house, the Courage Fashion Shop in the TMZ Mall up Mamba Point in Monrovia.
Mrs. Sackie explained that the fashion component would have one audition on the 30th of March at Courage Fashion shop, TM Mall, Mamba Point in Monrovia. There after, series of elimination rounds will ball down to 5 finalists who will be seen in Monrovia competing for the grand prize of US$1,000.00 as well as the chance to have their products displayed and sold at the House of Fashion.

 



Orange Talent Hunt enters it’s 4th
edition

The Liberian Entertainment Industry got the biggest news in January of this
year, when Orange announced that it was launching a Talent Hunt in Liberia.
This is a new event that seeks to discover the next big talent in Liberia. This
is in two-fold. There’s the music aspect and the fashion part. Orange is known
for heavily supporting the entertainment industry in Liberia, and this is just
another medium through which they can empower young people and support them
realize their dreams. “We know that there are a lot of amazing talents in
Liberia and so we want to use this platform to expose those talents and give
them an opportunity to make a big entrance on the national stage,” said the
Marketing and Communications Officer for Orange Liberia, Mr. Noel Chateau. He
empathized that it is important that young people between the ages of 18-35,
from every single county of the nation make use of this opportunity.

So far, the competition has gone through 4 stages. The first three rounds
were held at the YMCA in Monrovia. The Talent Hunt then hit Bing County early April.
The fourth edition was held at the Club 64 in Paynesville, which saw 184
contestants scrambling to be the next big ‘thing’ in terms of talent and
fashion. The Orange Talent Hunt is still ongoing to find the next big Star of
Liberia. It is expected that the winner for the Music component will be awarded
the amount of US$1,000.00 plus professional studio time.

The music segment is headed by CEO Lyee K. Bility’s Bilikon Entertainment
and the Fashion segment is headed by the House of Fashion, represented by its
CEO, Mrs. Courage James Sackie.

CEO Lyee B explained that the auditions would take place at the YMCA Gym and
the Methodist Gym in Ganta in the month of March. Next would be Bong County, at
the Gboveh High School in Gbarnga and of course in Kakata City, Margibi County
in April. Grand Bassa was not left out, as Buchanan City hosted the next
audition in May. The Grand Finale will be in the month of May also, in
Monrovia, with the winner walking away with US$1,000.00 and professional studio
time.

On the other hand, the Fashion aspect will be a bit different. According to
Mrs. Sackie, there will be only one audition, which will be held at her fashion
house, the Courage Fashion Shop in the TMZ Mall up Mamba Point in Monrovia.
Mrs. Sackie explained that the fashion component would have one audition on the
30th of March at Courage Fashion shop, TM Mall, Mamba Point in Monrovia. There
after, series of elimination rounds will ball down to 5 finalists who will be
seen in Monrovia competing for the grand prize of US$1,000.00 as well as the
chance to have their products displayed and sold at the House of Fashion.

 

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