Traditionally, during the final on pageant night, the top 12 finalists are reduced to five, from which a second princess is announced, followed by a first princess and then the winner.
Presented by the University of KwaZulu-Natal’s Centre for Creative Arts, JOMBA! provides a platform for professional, experimental and up-coming choreographers and dance companies within its Main, Fringe and Youth Fringe programmes.
The live studio audience that attended the live audition, debut and elimination rounds were thrilled and amazed at the talent that existed among local youngsters.
Leopard Paw Productions together with the Rising Sun embarked on this major national community project a few months ago in an effort to give local talent the chance to shine and make a difference.
From fun at the Wet ‘n Wild, to dedicated children zones, dolphin shows and live music from some of South Africa’s best musicians, this exciting day out will have something for everyone in your family.
Singing from the age of four, the 25-year-old pop and RnB musician, who is also the owner of her own home-based beauty salon, said she always knew she would pursue a career as a vocalist.
The beautiful Shashika Mooruth is a triple threat as she is a talented music producer, composer and singer. She is excited about the release of her romantic album, which she is certain will be a hit among her fans.
“I’m also excited about working with new actors and actresses that have never been on screen before,” she said.
The live studio audience were, yet again, taken aback by their amazing performances. They chose difficult raags and belted out intricate sargams. The show’s anchor judges, Prof Dhiren Allopi and Rajive Mohan, were astonished by the great talent the country’s up and coming budding artists have.
Distributed by Sony Pictures Releasing International, ‘102 Not Out’ is a slice-of-life entertainer directed by the highly acclaimed Umesh Shukla, who received critical and commercial success for the Akshay Kumar – Paresh Rawal starrer Oh My God.
Entertainers such as Muthu Murugan and Mervyn Pillay, performed on stage in front of a large audience, who were all set to be treated to a night of fantastic performances.