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December 13, 2013
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Last chance for Magnum stage hopefuls ... Kingston auditions expected to be the biggest

Lining up for a shot at stardom! - Contributed photos


This female contestant poses with Judge Miss Kitty.


This contestant impressed the judges in Ocho Rios.


The judges (from left:) Skatta, Miss Kitty and Professor Nuts have been on point so far.

The seventh season of MagnumKings and Queens of Dancehall is in full swing as the fifth and final set of auditions will take place this Sunday at the RannyWilliams Entertainment Centre in St Andrew.

With over 2,000 talented Jamaicans auditioning so far in Sav-la-Mar, Ocho Rios, May Pen and Portmore; Kingston is expected to carry the biggest crowd, attracting all those who have tried and failed to secure a place at the other four auditions, as well as those who have waited until the last minute to show their talent.

Marketing Director, Wines and Spirits at J. Wray & Nephew Limited, Gary Dixon, says Kingston is the heartbeat of dancehall so it is only natural for it to host the biggest and most exciting of the five auditions.

impressive talent

"Every year, Kingston continues to impress, and, this year, we expect no different. Over the past six seasons, some of the best talent to grace the Magnum stage were unearthed at the Kingston auditions. Kingston will be the last chance to get into the competition this year, and based on history, people from all over Jamaica will be there to show the best of their talent," he said.

Judges Miss Kitty, Skatta and Professor Nuts select the best from each auditions. These finalists are placed in a pool for the judges to then deliberate and select the Top 28 Live Show finalists (14 Princes and 14 Princesses) who will compete for the title of 2014 Magnum King and Queen of Dancehall.

The Ranny Williams Entertainment Centre will be buzzing with activity this Sunday between 9 a.m. and 3 p.m., when talent from all corners of Jamaica will seek their final chance to 'Be the Boss' by taking the first step towards Magnum stardom.

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