Everything you need to know about Pride’s Got Talent

Got Pride? Got talent? Then this is the contest for you


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If you’re bursting with Pride and have rainbow-coloured lorry-loads of talent, then you simply have to enter this year’s Pride’s Got Talent. It's the perfect opportunity to show the world exactly what you're made of and be part of a truly special tradition in the LGBT+ community.

 

Here at DIVA, we're so excited about the competition, we've even joined the judging panel and we just can't wait to marvel at all your talents. Other judges include Pride's Got Talent Godmother and pop star Sinitta, the one and only Mzz Kimberley and drag king extraordinaire Adam All.

 

So whether you're a singer, a dancer or a Shane McCutcheon impersonator, show off your incredible gifts at Pride's Got Talent and you could be in with a chance of performing onstage at Pride in London 2018.

 

Here's what you need to know.

 

There are two categories you can enter.

 

Pride’s Got Talent: This one's strictly for pop music acts so if you're the next Demi Lovato or Lauren Jauregui, it's the category for you.

 

Pride’s Got Talent Cabaret: So you're not the next pop icon but you've still got bags of talent? Then cabaret is the category for you! Open to music and dance groups (not including pop music acts), cabaret and alternative acts, presenters, hosts and novelty acts.

 

This contest is open to non-celebrity new and emerging talent without major representation.

 

You must be aged over 18 to get involved.

 

Applications for 2018 are now open. To enter, just click here and fill out the form. Good luck, you talented superstar!

 

prideinlondon.org/get-involved/prides-got-talent-2018/

 

 

Only reading DIVA online? You're missing out. For more news, reviews and commentary, check out the latest issue. It's pretty badass, if we do say so ourselves.

 

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