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3rd Jul, 2022

Celebration time as winners wow the judges at this year's Rubery's Got Talent

A PACKED crowd watched this year’s Rubery’s Got Talent at the village’s Memorial Club on Sunday.

It featured dancers, singers, musicians and even a ventriloquist.

After the five-hour show, Eboni-Rae Thomas-Whitter wowed the judges with a faultless display of acrobatic dance to win the 12 and under section.

Olivia Payne, whose set included Almost There from the Princess and the Frog and Celine Dion’s My Heart Will Go On, pipped Tammy Moore in the Under 17 group.

Alesi Summer took the title in the over 17s group with a mix of songs, including hits by Tina Turner and Kelly Clarkson.


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