More contestants, small audience at My Star auditions

Hundreds thronged Lobatse for My Star 2015 auditions on Saturday. PIC KABO MPAETONA
Hundreds thronged Lobatse for My Star 2015 auditions on Saturday. PIC KABO MPAETONA

Only a few people attended My Star auditions at Lobatse Civic Centre on Saturday while the number of contestants went higher than that of last year.

Show producer, owner and chief judge, Keabetswe ‘Master Dee’ Sesinyi, also expressed concern at the quality of contestants who turned up.

“I would have wanted to see more youngsters attend these auditions because it would serve as motivation for them to enter next time, but at the same time I have to say I was impressed with the number of contestants going up. This year we had more than 20, but last year they were a lot less,” Sesinyi said.

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