Contestants wow in the finale of Carlmont’s Got Talent

Marco Sevilla, ScotCenter Segment Editor

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Emcees Ethan Wallace and Tristan Gasperian pose next to judges Amanda Breslauer and Annie Klups.

Emcees Ethan Wallace and Tristan Gasperian pose next to judges Amanda Breslauer and Annie Klups.

The judges strike a pose before the final judgement is made where the winner of Carlmont's Got Talent is announced. The winners were promised a pizza party and a place to perform in the Celebration assembly.

The judges strike a pose before the final judgement is made where the winner of Carlmont’s Got Talent is announced. The winners were promised a pizza party and a place to perform in the Celebration assembly.

The judges standby and watch as the second to last performance ends. There were concerns with microphone volumes so the emcees Wallace and Gasperian helped out by amplifying the sound with their mics.

The judges standby and watch as the second to last performance ends. There were concerns with microphone volumes so the emcees Wallace and Gasperian helped out by amplifying the sound with their mics.

Sophomore Chris Tang performed and showed off his impressive piano skills with a complex piece.

Sophomore Chris Tang performed and showed off his impressive piano skills with a complex piece.

The audience watched and cheered for the performers as they ate their lunches.

The audience watched and cheered for the performers as they ate their lunches.

 

Tupou performs her piece for the audience.

Senior Amelia Tupou performs her piece for the audience.

Sophomores Jacob Segal (left) and Spencer Stewart (right) helped with the sound systems during the performances by adjusting the mic volumes.

Sophomores Jacob Segal (left) and Spencer Stewart (right) helped with the sound systems during the performances by adjusting the mic volumes.

Governale prepares to perform as the final contender as the first three acts finish.

Amber Governale prepares to perform as the final contender as the first three acts finish.

The three judges, Klups, Breslauer and Catherine Schulze judge as Kei performs her piece. Schulze said, 'There were so many good performances and it was really enjoyable to see everyone show off what they got.'

The three judges, Klups, Breslauer and Catherine Schulze judge as Ana Kei performs her piece. Schulze said, ‘There were so many good performances and it was really enjoyable to see everyone show off what they got.’

ASB spirit commissioner Alenna Winfield helps to supervise the talent show as the contestants perform.

ASB spirit commissioner Alenna Winfield helps to supervise the talent show as the contestants perform.

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Kei performs her rendition of Corinne Bailey Rae’s “Put Your Records On” for the audience.

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Tupou quickly rehearsed her piece before her performance in the Associated Student Body supply room.

Carlmont's Got Talent contestant Ana Kei (left) poses next to a friend before performing and wowing the audience with her ukulele and unique voice after winning in the second day of the competition and moving on to the finale.

Carlmont’s Got Talent contestant Kei (left) poses next to a friend before performing and wowing the audience with her ukulele and unique voice after winning in the second day of the competition and moving on to the finale.

Junior and Carlmont's Got Talent contestant Amber Governale performed and won the show with her guitar skills. Governale said, 'It was such a wonderful experience and I'm so excited to be performing in front of the whole school at the Celebration Assembly.'

Governale performed and won the show with her guitar skills. Governale said, ‘It was such a wonderful experience and I’m so excited to be performing in front of the whole school at the Celebration Assembly.’

Students file out into the quad before the start of the finale of Carlmont's Got Talent at the beginning of lunch.

Students file out into the quad before the start of the finale of Carlmont’s Got Talent at the beginning of lunch.

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