Five new acts vying for a place in the Grand Final

 

The third New Zealand’s Got Talent Semi-Final is coming up this Sunday 10 November, with five more talented Kiwi acts competing for public votes to send them through to the Grand Final.

There are now four acts confirmed to progress to the next stage of the competition; Mayo, Brian and Sarah, James and Renee.

Next week, five more acts will be competing for a spot in the Grand Final:

All Star Cheerleading combines jumps, stunts, pyramids, dance and tumbling in a tightly choreographed routine.

Cruize Karaitiana is an ambitious 22-year-old from Masterton who performed a moving rendition of Tracey Chapman’s ‘Fast Car’, which he dedicated to his late sister. 

John Vaifale , a 17-year-old from Clendon in Manukau, wowed the NZGT audience at his audition with a unique solo hip hop dance.

Moxie are a highly polished contemporary dance group who train at Neverland Studios in Albany, Auckland.

Rob Innes , aged 66, is an alarm technician from Wellington who only started singing again in recent years after 25 years of not singing at all.



 


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