Have you ever watched a Got’s Talent show on TV? How do you feel if you can sit at audience venue and enjoy the show live?! Excited and amused for sure. That’s many Hanoikids olides’ feelings when they join Kids’ Got Talent every recruitment. And the Fall Recruitment 2013 Kids’ Got Talent brought us many things beyond description.
Kids’ Got Talent is the Graduation Ceremony for our ‘newbies’ after their 2-month Basic training course. This is an biannually-held competition among 4 groups of new members signifying the final challenge to their talents and team spirit.
Before the show, G3 captured everyone’s attention with charming girls with Vietnam traditional costume in yellow and pink. G3 really satisfied the audiences with their performance eventhough they were the first group standing on stage. What they tried to tell us was a love story between a boy from the delta and a girl from mountainous area. And also another message conveyed was about globalization. The performance was mixed between traditional dance and English songs covered in Vietnamese.
G2 was the second team to show their gifts. They blew our minds with their excellent and meaningful performance. They danced and sang. Music was one of the best parts which perfectly fit with their story. Apart from some small mistakes in script which were discovered by the judges, their story was still outstanding. The message was “Always be yourself”. Let’s watch their performance to understand more.
Another love story was brought to us by G1’s performance. Just like “Titanic” directed by James Cameron, the luxurious cruise ship TitaKid was directed and performed by our beloved newbies from G1. Based on the story from “Titanic”, however, it was very different. The love story on TitaKid was still between Rose and Jack but it was delivered by funny acts where no one dies.
The last performance was G4’s. They impressed the audiences and judges by their uniform. This time, the performance was delivered in a very different way. The way they sang and their style of singing reminded you of Glee TV show. They surprised us at the end when they sang “Just the way you are” in Vietnamese.
But that was the only part entitling the groups to beforehand preparation. Afterwards, the oldies took part in the next rounds with the newbies. Some oldies joined a group in supporter role and co-players in a small quiz game about history, culture and social knowledge. It was challenging but still fun though. Hanoikids is a family and this game, to some extents, made this family become closer, oldies and newbies!
After the game, the stage was owned by the Head of PR Department – Manh Cuong – came to stage to announce the winner of Trial Tour Report Contest and Side Contest hold at the same time.
Finally, there came the most long-awaited moment. All held their breath savoring every word from Nhat Duc – Head of Training Department, pronouncing the official members.
And all of the newbies made it! They deserved it after their effort in the basic training course.
There were tears which came from Ngoc Huyen – a newbie from G1. She thought that she didn’t pass the training course because her name was not called out. However, this became an emotional part and everything just changed when she was announced as one of the two most excellent newbies, together with Hue Linh form G3.
The results about group contest came out shortly. G4 achieved “The most wanted group” for their video with the most votes from the oldies with 79 votes. But it’s G2 that exploded with sheer bliss when they were singled out to be “The most talented group”.
Kids’ Got Talent came to an end which left in our heart a pinch of regret. Our newbies proved to the family their enthusiasm and commitment. Each newbie now already became a Kid in this big family which is always filled with love.
On be half of the newbies, thousands of thanks are due to Training Department, for the sub-leaders, supporters’ time and effort all along the 2 months to equip the newbies with necessary knowledge and skills, passion and self-confidence for their next stronger steps of being little ambassadors of Hanoi.
[author] [author_image timthumb=’on’]http://i.imgur.com/2OwQ0Zw.png[/author_image] [author_info]Written by Đức Béo – PR Department[/author_info] [/author]