Uk’s largest online talent competition enters £25,000 quarter finals

Each of the gifted Quarterfinalists have recorded a performance which can be watched on www.1Click2Fame.com and visitors to the site get to be judges to decide who they would like to see get the chance of stardom.

1Click2Fame is Britain’s biggest online talent site, where the public help find tomorrow’s stars today. The contest nurtures talent and offers performers help from major showbiz advisers and the chance to compete in the grand final with a prize of £100,000 worth of sponsorship.1Click2Fame.com is backed by Tesco and since it’s launch has handed out more than £150,000 worth of prizes, including top coaching sessions for singers and dancers, professional music video shoots and expensive production and editing software.

Lucie Evans from Warrington, aged 16, who won the first ever final in April this year has gone on to record tracks with renowned producers in London and Los Angeles and is putting the finishing touches to her first album.Wakefield band, Euphoria Audio won the last Quarterfinals in July and used part of their sponsorship money to pay for a trip to the famed D-sign recording studios in Norway. They laid down three new tracks and managed to fit in singing lessons with Stevie Lange who has worked with everyone from Girls Aloud to Robbie Williams and Elton John.

The Quarterfinalists can all be viewed and voted for on 1Click2Fame.com from now until 26th November. The first prize of £25,000 will be tailored to the needs of the winner and the top three contestants will book their place in the Annual Final in April 2010.

The Quarterfinalists are:

Tibs (Toby Faulkner) 21, from Looe, Cornwall, who break-dances on ice.

Magician (Steve Bridges) 17 from Newcastle, who performs magic tricks.

Aaron James Cashell, 23, from Newcastle, a singer

Supermalcom (Malcom Mbombowa) 25, from Streatham, South London, a dancer.

Pete Hathway, 26, from London who performs street magic tricks.

Munks (Josh McGahan) 20, from York, is a tricker – tricking is a cross between gymnastics and freerunning.

KKV91 (Kulpreet Virdi) 18, from Nottingham, a singer.

Him and Me TV (Shea Taylor, 25 from Derby and Steve Langstaff, 25 from Hull) perform comedy spoofs and now live in Manchester and appear weekly on Channel M, Sky 203.

Hannah Nuttall, 18, from Essex a singer who is currently a musical theatre student.

Christopher Rithin, 23, from London a comedy and dramatic actor who has appeared in Harry Potter.

Katem3 (Kate McGill) 19, from Plymouth a singer.

Sender Name:                    Harry Follett

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