PIA Press Release
Tuesday, January 03, 2012
A quest for the best, Libsong launches talent showby April M. Montes
LINGAYEN, Pangasinan, Jan. 3 (PIA) -- In its pursuit to provide a venue where the Pangasinense can display their varied talents and artistry, Libsong West in this town embarked on its own version of a talent show of a TV station as part of their fiesta celebration dubbed “Libsong West Got Talent.”
The audition set last December 10, 2011 was opened for all interested Pangasinense. Thirty aspiring participants convened to present their talents and vied to qualify as finalist for the big night. After a rigorous screening, only half of those who joined the audition made it to the finals held last December 28.
During the big night, finalists did their best to outperform their fellow competitors. They exhibited remarkable talent in singing, dancing, and acting that amazed the judges and the crowd.
After the breathtaking performances, only three finalists were hailed victorious. No Limit Dance Cru emerged first place with P 10,000 cash prize. Intensity Crew landed second place and a cash prize of P 7,000. Adrian Torio, an 8-year old boy from Dagupan City, who proved his prowess in singing won third place and received a cash prize of P 5,000. Consolation prize worth P 1,000 was given to non-winners.
The event was organized by the officials of Barangay Libsong West and was sponsored by Pangasinan 2nd District Board Member Von Mark Mendoza, Lingayen Municipal Mayor Ernesto “Jonas” Castañeda, and Melissa Aquino, a resident of Libsong West. (ANL/AMM-PIA 1 Pangasinan)