Got Talent TV show to launch at University of Malawi’s Chanco

Lens Art Group hopes to uncover an array of hidden talents from University of Malawi (Unima) as they launch  ‘Got Talent’ TV show at Chancellor College in Zomba.

Liabunya: Chanco's Got Talent

Liabunya: Chanco’s Got Talent

Modelled along Britain’s Got Talent, Chisomo Liabunya the event’s sponsorship and communications coordinator said the Chanco’s Got Talenthas been created to recognise and appreciate art at the country’s institution of higher learning.

“We believe that Chanco, with close to 4 000 students, has immerse talent that goes unnoticed and unappreciated,” Liabuba, the fourth year Bachelor of Science student, said as quoted in the press.

According to Liabuba, auditions for the event are scheduled from July 1 to 4 and 20 will be selected for the first round of elimination show to be held at the college’s Great Hall on July 18.

The organisers are discussing with Times TV and Zodiak Broadcasting Station to have rights in beaming the events.

“ The first show shall not be a studio-closed door audition, but will certainly be shot for TV just like the rest of the event,” said Liabunya.

There shall be a total of four elimination shows with the ultimate winner taking home K500 000 (US$1 111) plus a recording deal.

Liabunya said Chanco’s Got Talent is billed to be “a red carpet event” that is set to attract the attendance of top billing acts.

Sponsors for the event will be unveiled at a later date, says Liabunya.

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9 thoughts on “Got Talent TV show to launch at University of Malawi’s Chanco”

  1. 0884327786 says:

    plz plz we dnt wnt mre deaths

  2. ujeni says:

    Why at the college all the time. Why not somewhere away from learning enviroment. Chanco got talent???? We graduate half bakes graduatea who cant even converse in proper English all they know is going partying and drinking.

  3. Kondwani says:

    kkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkk A opportunist weniweni mchifukwatu akazi amakuthawani. Basi busy kumuyalira mkazi zomwe mulizazo. Yet akakulolani muzimunamiza munvekere kungoti Mkozi yachoka thats y galimoto ija palibe yabwereka mkozio. Ingomuuzani mmene inuyo mulili osakakamila zinthu zomwe si zasaizi yanu.

  4. Shakali says:

    Mufuna muphesenso ana kumeneko!

  5. Bigimani wankulu says:

    Mmesa kuli maliro ku Chanco Kodi?

  6. Banda says:

    Refrain from excessive illicit behaviours we don’t want more deaths at chance. By the way I thought u are mourning departed colleagues

  7. opportunist weniweni says:

    Liabunya Babie.Gimme your number.Im besotted with u.Im a handsome,with designer attire,wardrobe of dolce and gabbana shoes and i drive a Ferrari in town.I will be taking you to expensive restaurants for meals in town.If u see mnyamata wousinja bwino ulutsi Ku front row Ku Chanco Tv Talent show don’t hesitate to say hie.Ndizakhalanso ndili ndi brick chama 1 pin.Ndimayenda ndi ma brick okhaokha ndipo im heavily loaded koma sikuti za cashgate.I have worked so hard and its time to spoil myself with beautiful women.

  8. mbombodyani says:

    Ok?

  9. peter muthanyula says:

    Why are you talking about a “Recording Deal” as if you already know that the winner will be a singer? If it is a singing competition, just call it such. Talent goes way beyond singing. What if someone comes and shows off his ball-juggling skills, and wins the competition… what recording deal are you going to give him/her? Zamkhutu izi, masanje, kufuna kubera ma sponsors basi. aMalawi kuba too much 🙁

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