Kingston, Jamaica: Contestants will get a final chance this Saturday to audition for a place on Jamaica’s number one dancehall talent show. Ranny Williams Centre is expected to be filled to capacity when Magnum Kings and Queens of Dancehall hosts it’s final audition for its 4th season.
The auditions have canvassed Jamaica and now that they are almost over, Jamaica is anticipating what is expected to be an exciting series of elimination shows.
From each of the auditions which were held in Ocho Rios, Montego Bay, May Pen, Portmore and Kingston 5 princes and 5 princesses will be selected (50 semi finalists). Judges Miss Kitty, Scatta and Professor Nuts will then deliberate and select the Top 20 Live Show finalists (10 Princes and 10 Princesses) who will compete for the title of Magnum King and Queen of Dancehall.
Every Saturday beginning March 19 one prince and one princess will be eliminated from the Magnum stage until only one King and Queen emerge, walking away with $1 million dollars each, a professionally produced single and video.
This Saturday, the Ranny Williams Centre will come alive as contestants get their final chance to show their talent and debut on the Magnum Stage. Auditions begin at 9:00am sharp and contestants are asked to BRING IT!
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