NGU’s got talent

NGU’s got talent

Photos taken by Riley Belle Kinard.

Riley Belle Kinard, Staff Photographer

On Wednesday, April 10, North Greenville University students and staff had the chance to showcase their gifts in the annual NGU’s got talent event.

Michaela Lanier, sophomore accounting major starts the show with a clogging routine to show her gamecock pride.

Matt Bullard, freshman intercultural studies does stand-up comedy listing the “top 10 reasons you know you live in Tigerville.”

Evan Bradford, freshman digital media major, competes with a stand-up comedy act.

Crystalyn Wyatt, associate director of the Institute for Global Leadership, amazes the crowd after performing three different magic tricks.

Junior, Shane Carpenter business major, from “Shane and not Shane” sings the popular song “Carry Me” by Need to Breathe.

DJ Seth Hall, senior business management major, drops the beat and gets the crowd up on their feet for his performance.

Josh Wood, senior music worship studies major, sings and plays the guitar for his new, original song called “Forget it.”

Josiah Thomas, sophomore worship studies major, rapped an original, heartfelt song that he wrote.

All of the contestants come back out on stage one last time before the winner is announced.

After tallying up all the votes, students chose Lanier as this year’s NGU’s got talent show winner.

Lanier stands humbly in shock after receiving her reward of $100.

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