Ireland's Got Talent judges Jason Byrne, Denise van Outen, Louis Walsh and Michelle Visage are looking for the best variety acts the country has to offer.
Excitement is building ahead of TV3’s brand new series of Ireland’s Got Talent.
And the hit entertainment show’s producers are now looking for the best variety acts Waterford has to offer.
The acts from the last series went global, from 81-year-old Evelyn Williams who is now the most watched Ireland’s Got Talent audition with over 25 million views to date, to dancer Zacc Milne who has been championed by a variety of celebrities including RuPaul and is currently in talks with a variety of UK and American production companies, while The Deaftones were invited to perform for the Pope at Croke Park with Daniel O'Donnell and Nathan Carter.
Last year’s winners, Cork dance troupe RDC, wowed the nation and walked away with €50,000 and their very own TV special which will be aired on TV3 later this year.
This year, TV3's Ireland's Got Talent is looking for absolutely everything - from the weird to the wonderful. If you have a strange and bizarre act, an incredibly talented pet or are part of unique family performance, apply now for this once if a lifetime opportunity.
“Ireland’s Got Talent is the biggest entertainment show in Ireland and we want to find the best new talent the country has to offer. From singers and dancers to puppeteers and animal acts, we want the best variety acts on the show this year,” says Ireland’s Got Talent judge Louis Walsh.
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