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Singers Prepare for Imperial Idol

Feb 16 2010 20:40
Lawrence Weetman
An array of Imperial talented singers are nervously preparing for their chance to win Imperial Idol in dBs this Thursday evening.

This Thursday sees the annual return of "Imperial Idol", a singing competition organised in aid of Save the Children. This year, money will go to help victims of the Haiti earthquake disaster.

The event will also see a performance from returning Imperial Idol 2009 champion Waaka.

You can come along to support the performers, cast your votes, raise lots of money for charity and have some fun by coming along to the dBs nightclub over in Imperial College Union this Thursday at 8pm. Tickets are £5 on the door, or £4 if you buy them online in advance.

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Watch the trailer for Imperial Idol 2010! (Please be patient if the video takes a few seconds to begin).

The acts that will perform at Imperial Idol 2010, hoping for your votes are:

  • Wolfy and the Tin Can 44s
  • Sangita
  • Vic
  • AK
  • Youssuff Saleh
  • Corona
  • Kitty Magic

Judges on the night will give their opinions on each act to help you make your decision when voting. The "celebrity" judges will include: Chris John, Felix Editor Dan Wan, Deputy President (Clubs & Societies) Jenny Wilson and Alex Ross.

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