Y is on the hunt for the King and Queen of cool of Muscat’s college campuses with our very own Y’s Got Talent competition. Impress our judges and be in with a chance of winning a share of RO4,500 in prizes.
Registration is now open to college students to enter our exciting competition, Y’s Got Talent!
Whether you are a singer, a dancer, a musician, a poet, a juggler or even a freestyle footballer, you could find yourself appearing in our college campus auditions and heading to the Grand Finale in April.
Presented by Nestle, powered by Renault, and in association with VLCC, The Sultan Centre and Pizza Muscat, Y’s Got Talent aims to find the most accomplished university students in Muscat and reward them with exciting prizes.
“As we get closer to the audition stage, we are looking forward to witnessing some incredible talents if last year’s competition is anything to go by,” says Felicity Glover, the managing editor of Y Magazine. “Y’s Got Talent is a unique opportunity for college students and also give them a chance to build confidence in front of an audience, have fun and be in with a chance of winning great prizes, especially now that Y’s Got Talent has been expanded to include first, second and third-year students.”
In the audition phase, which will be held throughout April, our talent-hunting MC and panel of judges will scour each of the participating colleges to assess applicants, based on their two minutes in the spotlight. Once the votes are in, one boy and one girl from each college will go forward to the Grand Finale and compete against winners from the other colleges taking part.
Whoever is named Mr Talented and Ms Talented from each college audition will each receive RO150 worth of vouchers for their efforts, as well as the chance to win even more in the Grand Finale.
The winners of each college audition will then face off against each other for the glory of being crowned overall Mr and Ms Talented, as well as the opportunity to lay their hands on a cash prize of RO250 each, plus RO200 worth of vouchers!
Registration for Y’s Got Talent is open now – simply go to www.y-oman.com to register online, or fill out one of the forms and drop it in the box on your college campus. Registration closes on March 19. Good luck!
• Waljat College of Applied Sciences
• Middle East College
• Caledonian College
• Oman Tourism College
• Scientific College of Design
• International College of Engineering and Management
• National Hospitality Institute
• College of Banking and Financial Studies
• Modern College of Business and Finance
• Oman College of Management and Technology
• Bayan College