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Langley Has Talent 2015

With acts ranging from hip hop to lyrical dance, a rapper, a pair of heart-stopping aerial acts, more than a dozen musical performances and even a slam poet, the fifth and final Langley Has Talent competition, held at Christian Life Assembly on Saturday, was a variety show in the truest form of the word.

Judged by talent agent Jolienne Moore, TV and film actor Michael Roberds and musician Leah Emmott, the field of 23 semifinalists was narrowed to 12 acts that will return to the stage at CLA on April 18 to compete for a top prize of $2,500 in cash as well as a range of industry prizes.

Here are some pictures from the Talent Show :


Runon Rujuko, Langley ISP student from Japan, performed a style of hip hop dance from her homeland, which combines dance and martial arts.

Trapeze artist Caitlyn Mckenzie soared high above the stage at CLA on Saturday night.

Crown performed Have a Cigar by Pink Floyd.

Juannis Tsigonias’ performance of a Michael Jackson mash-up.

Photos and information retrieved from The Langley Times and Langley Has Talent
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