Bundy’s Search for a Star winner Natasha Window shows the style that captivated the judges.
Bundy’s Search for a Star winner Natasha Window shows the style that captivated the judges. Scottie Simmonds

Natasha has style to wow judges

BUNDABERG’S Search For A Star talent quest on Saturday night certainly succeeded in its stated intent.

Event co-ordinator Brent Ephraims said the 12 acts that performed at the Moncrieff Theatre put on excellent entertainment for the crowd.

Singers, songwriters and dancers put on their best show for the judges in the prestigious event.

“It was a really good night,” Mr Ephraims said.

“Everyone had a lot of fun.”

Mr Ephraims said a good crowd turned out to watch the event.

“We had pretty close to a full house,” he said.

“There would have been over 700 people there.”

Mr Ephraims said the judges awarded first prize to song and dance act Natasha Window.

“She has plans to dance around the world, and she’ll have no problems,” he said.

Second prize went to singer and guitarist Luke Handley, who Mr Ephraims said was a definite crowd pleaser. Mr Ephraims said radio station SeaFM was making plans to have Mr Handley perform on their morning show.

“I hope to do it again next year, since everybody had so much fun,” he said.

The competition was judged by former Bundaberg resident and Queensland Conservatorium of Music student Suellen Cusack, SeaFM’s Tommo, Bundaberg Players president Nigel Dick and special guest Australia’s Got Talent illusionist Adam Murby.



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