The newly launched Omneeyat Loves Talent competition announced a new competition that aims to discover up-and-coming singers, actors and comedians in the Middle East.
Hosted by the Middle East TV star Jad Bou Karam, the jury panel will include renowned names from the region's creative field.
In the acting category, the jury consists of the Lebanese actress Takla Chamoun, Lebanese filmmaker Tony Farjallah and a TV expert Rolla Karam.
The singing category's jury panel features Lebanese/French singer Léa Makhoul, singer Saeed Saeed from the UAE, music entrepreneur Albert M Carter and New Yorker rapper Mazzi.
The jury responsible for the comedy segment includes Egyptian-American actor Ahmed Ahmed; Dany Abu Jawde, the co-founder of AwkWord, the first underground standup comedy platform in Lebanon; and Ali Al-Sayed, a comedian based in Dubai.
Omneeyat Loves Talent is open to contestants aged 16 and above and is going to be broadcast across the Middle East.
For details regarding entry requirements and registration, prospective competitors are invited to complete the registration by 19 July.
Once candidates from the MENA region have completed their online registration, they will need to audition. The chosen contestants will then move to the playoffs before the semi-final and final rounds.
The pool of prizes includes a workshop in Lebanon sponsored by the Lebanese Film Academy, comedy shows in Dubai and Los Angeles, music videos, PR campaigns and more.
To register follow this link.
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