Model and former Celebrity Big Brother contestant Georgia Salpa joins Helen Flanagan and Rhian Sugden as judge on 'sexiest' talent show (From This Is Lancashire)
Model and former Celebrity Big Brother contestant Georgia Salpa joins Helen Flanagan and Rhian Sugden as judge on 'sexiest' talent show
9:57am Friday 27th September 2013 in News
A NEW judge has been drafted in for the talent show billed as the “sexiest” ever seen.
Bolton Is This Talent is a new late-night talent show, which has been written by local comedian, Paul Alistair.
The show, which is being held at the Albert Halls on October 7, is being filmed as a pilot for a new television show.
Bolton actress, Helen Flanagan, Radcliffe model, Rhian Sugden, and Mr Alistair will make up the judging panel.
And now they will be joined by model and Celebrity Big Brother contestant, Georgia Salpa.
Mr Alistair said: “I am thrilled and delighted to be bringing my new TV talent show to Bolton.
“I hope people come and support it and see the amazing new talent we have found. This could be the next big TV program so the people of Bolton could be involved in a bit of history as well as having a great night out.”
The 30-year-old, who has worked in sales management, says Is This Talent will showcase seven “amazing” new acts.
He added: “Is This Talent is a new twist to a tired format, it is going to revitalise and reinvigorate the genre, it will not only be funnier and sexier it will also have a feel-good factor to it and will be the showcase of all talents in Britain.”
Mr Alistair also promises the acts will be judged on their talent alone and not “sob stories”.
They will have three minutes without beeps, buzzers or interruptions, to entertain the celebrity judges and the live audience.
Miss Flanagan, aged 22, who played Rosie Webster in Coronation Street, said: “I’m really looking forward to being involved with this exciting new show and pleased it’s taking place in my hometown of Bolton.
“I know it will be a fun-packed night.”
A possible TV series would be self-contained, with a weekly winner rather than a grand final, while the panel of judges would be frequently changed.
Tickets for the talent show cost £10 and are available from the Albert Halls ticket office.
VIP packages — which include meeting the judges and acts — are also on sale.
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