The seventh season of God’s Children Great Talent (GCGT) premiered on Sunday, May 14.
Talents between the ages of 5 – 20 showcased their skills in music, comedy, dance and spoken words.
The broadcast showed highlights of auditions from three regions.
In Abuja, the contestants had to impress talent scouts which included multiple award-winning gospel artist, Asu Ekiye, Nollywood actor, Francis Duru, and popular on-air personality Matilda Duncan.
Onyechukwu, a spoken word artiste, who made it into the competition, believes he might win this year’s grand prize after impressing the city scouts with his oratory skills.
In Port Harcourt, the GCGT auditions also recorded an impressive turnout of contestants.
One of the highlights of Port Harcourt audition was the performance of multi-talented artiste, Immaculate Benibo, who dances, sings and raps in one breath.
A dance group called “Jesus freak” also impressed the scouts as they infused dance with playing the violin.
19-year-old contestant, Joshua, brought a different flavour to the competition with his beatboxing skills.
He left the audience in awe with his performance, which got him into the competition.
In Lagos, 5-year-old pianist, Munachi Mso, left the judges astonished when he played the piano blindfolded.
GCGT airs on Sundays on Wazobiamax TV (3pm-4pm), Hip TV (4pm-5pm), EbonyLive TV (6pm-7pm), Silverbird TV (11pm-12am, Dove TV (11pm-12am) OH TV (6pm-7pm) and NTA (3pm-4pm).
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