£5,000 up for grabs for young singers in TeenStar 2020 contest

Are you a young singer whose voice is good enough to win £5,000?

By Gay Bolton
Friday, 8th May 2020, 5:30 am
TeenStar competition logo
TeenStar competition logo

If the answer is yes and you're under 19 years old, then the TeenStar 2020 competition is right up your street.

The annual contest attracts more than 9,000 entrants and this year is going online and international.

Age categories are split to include pre-teens 12 and under and late teens 13-19 years old.

Auditions and shows will be streamed live across the TeenStar social media, including Facebook, Instagram and YouTube, plus partner platforms. Auditions will give contestants the chance to showcase their talent in front of industry judges.

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    Applications to enter this year’s competition are now open, with auditions beginning in June. Places are limited so make sure you enter now for your chance to win!

    If you make it through the auditions, you’ll gain a place in the live shows, with the chance to compete at the spectacular grand final and win the prize of £5,000!

    Last year’s TeenStar winner was Teah who was crowned champion at The O2 in London.

    The TeenStar singing competition is organised by Future Music, the company behind the discovery of artists such as Warner Music’s Birdy, Columbia Record’s Lucy Spraggan, Union J’s Jaymi Hensley as well as Courtney Hadwin finalist of America’s Got Talent. Plus, the winner of ITV’s The Voice, Molly Hocking and BBC’s All Together Now winner and UK’s Eurovision representative Michael Rice.

    If you're a pre-teen or teen singer and think you’ve got what it takes, go to: www.teenstarcompetition.co.uk