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February 15, 2014
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Emcee Extraordinaire, Miss Kitty

She's the name needed to galvanise an audience and keep it captivated. She encapsulates fun, dynamism, and intellect. She is Misss Kitty, who has graced and ignited countless stages.

Her presence and command of any event, whether formal or informal, has resulted in her becoming one of the most sought-after emcees in the entertainment industry. There is no stage too small or large that Miss Kitty has not owned by presenting the warmth and genuineness the public craves.

Her talent for engaging and "edu-taining" people spans the full gamut of entertainment shows and has led her to maintaining key positions like being a judge on the popular television show Magnum Kings and Queens of Dancehall.

Miss Kitty has been a vibrant judge since the inception of Magnum Kings and Queens of Dancehall and continues to add a feisty feminine touch to the show. Miss Kitty says she is "happy to be a part of a show where I can provide a holistic approach to the critique of emerging dancehall talent".

In the midst of Magnum Kings and Queens of Dancehall auditions, Miss Kitty was requested to host a milestone segment of 'Sting' 2013.

In celebrating 30 years of its existence, the promoters of Sting saw it fit to make Miss Kitty the face of its first-ever Pay-Per-View segment of the show, which saw her interviewing the likes of Wyclef Jean, Super Cat, and 2Chainz. She was flawless and effervescent as she helped to showcase the rich talent presented at this must attend event, which had thousands of patrons.

Miss Kitty hosted fireworks on the waterfront downtown Kingston for New Year's Eve. She anchored The Voice's Tessanne Chin's homecoming event and was the meow needed for international recording artiste Shaggy's 'Dare to Care' concert.

As a popular Digicel ambassador, Miss Kitty was chosen as the face and voice of the telecommunications giant's Christmas promotion 'Brighten Someone's Christmas'. The fluffy diva has also been given the mantle of co-hosting the riveting television show Impact with Emmy Award-winning journalist Cliff Hughes.

It is, therefore, no surprise that Miss Kitty was the host of this year's Youth View Awards. The fluffy diva was at the helm of an awards show that highlighted young talent in the categories of entertainment, fashion, and sports. Epitomising young, hot, and hype Miss Kitty not only hosted and awed the 'Youth View Awards' crowd, but walked away as the favourite media personality of the year.

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