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IRELAND’S GOT TALENT, EPISODE 2

Expect more tears, laughter and big moments as Ireland’s Got Talent continues on TV3!

Episode Two of Ireland’s Got Talent will see eleven new acts take to the stage hoping to impress the judges and get one step closer to the Live Finals next month.

This Saturday night sees dancers, singers, a rapping mum and a mime artist take to the stage on the biggest talent show to hit Irish television.

Ireland’s Got Talent continues on TV3 this Saturday, 10th February at 7.30pm.

 TV3’s Ireland’s Got Talent got off to a great start on Saturday night with an average audience of 469,000 viewers. The show had plenty of standout moments, including the first golden buzzer of the series for the singing 81-year-old grandmother Evelyn William’s that moved the nation to tears.

This week is no exception with eleven more hopefuls taking their place in front of our four judges, Denise Van Outen, Jason Byrne, Michelle Visage and Louis, in Ireland’s biggest ever talent search. Expect more tears, laughter and big moments as Ireland’s Got Talent continues on TV3 this Saturday, 10th February at 7.30pm.

In episode 2:

 The mammies of Ireland are well represented on Saturday night’s show with two in particular taking on BIG songs. Having reared her four children Eve Clarke (59) from Whitehall feels it’s her time to do what she wants and was encouraged by her family to enter. Mum of two Linda McLoughlin (38) from Meath. Linda has lacked confidence to enter a competition like Ireland’s Got Talent in the past and this is biggest stage she has ever stood on. Can she shake off the nerves and impress the judges?

Lia Della Friel from Donegal is just 14 years old and her eye watering moves have definitely caught the judges’ attention but will it be for the right reasons? Lia is a contortionist and can bend herself in all directions. Starting out in ballet at the age of three she hasn’t looked back since.

Chris (28) & Maria (30) are rappers from Limerick. Having entered a local talent search they felt the time was right to bring it nationwide. Will they impress the judges?

Tamara Operi (28) is a make-up artist from Dublin’s Liberties, and she is bringing us what she calls a ‘spice bag of music’. She will be rapping to Michelle’s favourite artist Madonna…Michelle also admires Tamara’s jacket so much so that she wants it for herself, but will she be as impressed with Tamara’s talent as she is with her jacket?

Sigita Kudima (30) is the rapping mum who considers herself the Latvian Missy Elliott. She has been living in Ireland for 10 years and counts Louis Walsh as a neighbour! Can she impress our four judges?

 

 

Notes to editors:

 Further acts in episode 2:

Streets Ahead are a dance troupe of 35, all hailing from Dublin they will be performing a routine to a mash-up of songs.

RDC are a dance troupe from Midleton in Cork ranging in age from 12 to 22 years.  This slick dance group know the judges they need to impress most are Denise and Michelle!

Precision Display Squad are a gymnastics troupe based in Clondalkin. They range in age from 12 to 22 years old and they have some death defying moves to show the judges. The squad represented Ireland last year at an international competition, taking home silver from the Gym for Life competition in Norway. They will be looking for gold from the judges!

Benoit Vibes is a 38 year old mime artist from Limerick, he says he lives with “Me, mime and I … but we don’t really talk to each other much”. Can he impress the judges?

The Ramparts are a barbershop choir with a difference. With a total of 16 singers from throughout Leinster, they are singing everything from pop to jazz. Will their melodies be enough to get them through to the next round?

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