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The winners (front row) taking a group photo with the other finalists, judges and sponsors. – ZHAFARAN NASIB/The Star

AS an aspiring singer and composer joining a talent show with a song she wrote herself, finalist Britney Poh, 15, never imagined bagging one of the top three spots of the competition.

So when the results were announced, none were as exuberant as Britney who ended up as the first runner-up of the Merdeka Talent Show 2021.

“This was a very pleasant win for me. I did not think I would win one of the top three spots with my own song, ‘Remember’.

“I composed, arranged and performed it on my own.

“I took one day to write this song back when my younger sister was diagnosed with meningitis when she was 13 months old,” she said.

The song sums up her thoughts and feelings for her sister then.

“I am not always adept at expressing myself verbally so I hoped to do it through this song,” she added.

Britney, who joined the competition held at City Bayview Hotel in Lebuh Farquhar on Sunday, was among the 14 finalists of the competition finale.

She won an RM800 cash prize, a tablet and a pair of earbuds.

The champion of the competition, a five-person dance team named D’volution, took home the grand prize of RM1,000 and a tablet after showcasing a powerful hip-hop routine.

D’volution dance team spokesperson, Khor Ah Chin, 30, said they were humbled by the win.

“All of us are relieved that our efforts to choreograph, practise and polish the dance routine for a whole month did not go to waste.

“We are happy that we got to bring out a powerful and energetic routine,” she said.

The second runner-up spot was clinched by dancer Khooney Tan, 19, with a diabolo dance routine. He won a cash prize of RM500, a smartphone and a watch.

“I have learned diabolo for 10 years now and mixing dance elements into my routine has been fun.

“I am happy to have a platform for me to showcase this routine which I choreographed and put into place within a month,” he said.

Eleven other finalists each received the consolation prizes of a watch and a pair of earbuds.

Earlier in August, the first round of video submissions was held and 75 youths submitted videos of their performing arts to Penang Youth Development Corporation (PYDC).

The youths, from ages 15 to 35, could showcase any kind of performing arts, such as dancing, singing, stand-up comedy, role-play, monologues, music performance or any other creative performances.

The submissions were vetted through before the ‘Youth with Rhythm: Merdeka Talent Show 2021’ finale on Sunday, in which the 14 finalists battled it out on stage.

PYDC general manager Dr Gwee Sai Ling said the competition aimed to advocate youth interests.

“Through this competition, we hope to encourage local talents to stay energetic, positive and to motivate young performers to continue pursuing performing arts despite the pandemic,” she said.


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