USEFP’s Got Talent News Story

Talha Amin Chauhdary | Student Correspondent | BMI

December 23, 2014

Islamabad: The United States Educational Foundation in Pakistan (USEFP) celebrated their 15th International Education Week with much fanfare. This year they introduced their first-ever talent show, USEFP's Got Talent. The show, held on November 27, was loosely based on the famous reality show America's Got Talent. It provided a platform for would-be stars to showcase their talents in various fields such as singing, instrumental music, dancing, magic, free-style football and elocution.

In this national level talent show held at the Bahria University, twelve students of BMI-A got a chance to audition, out of which 11 were chosen to take part in the show. Each student had 90 seconds to sway the celebrity judges in their favour by displaying their talent and our students, as always, did not disappoint. Hussain Shehzad, head of the BMI-A music society, bagged first position in the nationwide singing competition.

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