As the final audition for Cayman’s Got Talent came to a close last weekend in West Bay, the district once again earned the award for best supporting district of the year for the programme.
The night heated up with all the best that the district had to offer, including returnees Dellon Myles and his wife Rochelle.
Also, the CI marching band impressed the judges as they came on stage with drums and other instruments and really showed their talent, according to the programme’s organiser, Noel Smith.
Lloyd Baker got the judges’ attention with his rendition of Josh Groban’s To Where You Are, as did Jamesette Anglin, whose version of Adele’s Make Me Feel Love earned her a spot among the top three contestants. Da Spontanea Dance Group performed a set called Mindless Behaviour, and Christopher Rankine sang an a capella version of Let Me Love You.
Fabulous Two came on stage as the youngest group and did their song called 6,8,12 by Brion McKnight.
Cheyenne Tibbetts, the youngest contestant in West Bay, earned fourth place with the country song If I Die Young by Ferry. I
“What a voice for a young girl,” Smith said. “We feel she will be the next Cayman country singer.”
Rochelle Myles returned to Cayman’s Got Talent again this year performing Bette Midler’s Wind Beneath My Wings.
Returnees the Excitement Dancers received the highest scores of the evening with their crowd-pleasing performance.
The Pre-Finals will be held at the Cayman National Cultural Foundation’s Harquail Theatre at 6pm Saturday, 15 October.
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west bay district winners
The Xcitement Dancers – 286 points
Jamesette Anglin – 285 points
C.I. Marching Band – 283 points
Cheyenne Tibbetts – 278 points
Dellon Myles – 267 points
Christopher Rankine – 257 points
Lloyd Baker – 232 points
Recheele Myles – 216 points
Fab Two – 213 points
Da Spontaea Dance Group – 191 points
Whynike Ebanks – 183 points
Joshua Barnes – 181 points