Y’s Got Talent aims to find the most talented university students in Muscat and reward them with exciting prizes.
With just a few more auditions to be held and 10 spots to fill for the Grand Finale of Y’s Got Talent, our search for the overall Mr and Ms Cool of Muscat’s colleges is nearing an end.
With 14 finalists (see the full list opposite) already making it through to the Grand Finale, we have been impressed by the talent on show so far.
Our auditions move to Majan College this week, where the judges are expecting some top-notch performances from contestants.
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 talented university students in Muscat and reward them with exciting prizes.
“We are in the final stretch now,” says Felicity Glover, the managing editor of Y Magazine. “We’ve seen an amazing array of talent so far and we are expecting to be wowed by contestants in the remaining auditions as they vie for a place in the Grand Finale.”
In the audition phase, 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 receive each 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!
The finalists so far
Danish Shuja – Dancer / Middle East College
Noreen Hassan – Singer / Middle East College
Kevin Jacob Thomas – Pianist / Waljat College of Applied Sciences
Aishwarya Vinaya Sekhar – Dancer / Waljat College of Applied Sciences
Priyanka Bobby – Dancer / Scientific College of Design
Yousef al Kitani – Dancer / Scientific College of Design
Amur Mohamed al Wahaibi – Actor / GUTech
Amjaad al Shukaili – Singer / GUTech
Mohammed Salim Khamis al Adhali – Singer / Oman Tourism College
Ruqaiya al Badi – Poet / Oman Tourism College
Nasr Salim al Naabi – Singer, guitar player, breakdancer / National Hospitality Institute
Mahsa Sharifi – Dancer / National Hospitality Institute
Omar Khamis al Kiyumi – Singer, guitar player / Caledonian College
Mosammat Monira Siddiqa – Dancer / Caledonian College
• 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
• Majan College
• Bayan College