Tonga's Got Talent

Tonga's Got Talent competition off to a good start

Performances included fire-dancing, hip-hop dancing, singing and dancing.

In the children’s category, Triple Matt won $300 and secured third place.

Second place went to Amelia Enoka who won $500 and Mele Tovi came in first to win $1000.

Melaia Niuafu won $300 and took out 3rd place in the adult category.

Second place went to Tolifili Hafoka who won $500 and Malia Leaaetoa won $1000 for coming in first.

Dozens of families packed the venue to watch the participants.

Digicel sponsored $1,000 cash for the winner.

Digicel’s Tonga's Got Talent a success

Hundreds of people gathered to watch the popular annual event and witness 24 participants showcase their talents. 

The overall winner was Lesina Piena, aged 9 years old and Kehau Piena, aged 11 years old who performed the Hawaiian Hula.  The sisters won $1000 cash from Digicel as their first prize. In 2nd place was Johnny Boy, aged 23 years old who sang ‘You are the reason.’ Lastly, in 3rd place was Paula Misa and Tevita Taufahema, who performed a hip-hop dance.

Other consolation prizes were awarded as well. 

Digicel supports Tonga’s Got Talent Competition

Digicel is providing Digicel merchandise, 4G smartphones, live stream of the event and the cash prize of 1000 TOP for the winner.

The competition will be held at Digicel Square in Nuku'alofa at 7pm on Monday 25, 2018.

Fans will be able to text the name of their favourite participant to 7778 in a voting competition.

Digicel is also encouraging the public to go to Digicel Square on Monday for a fun night packed with entertainment.


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