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From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

A school talent show taking place at St Ninian's High School in Glasgow, Scotland.
A school talent show taking place at St Ninian's High School in Glasgow, Scotland.

A talent show is an event in which participants perform the arts of singing, dancing, lip-syncing, acting, martial arts, playing an instrument, or other activities to showcase skills. Many talent shows are performances rather than contests, but some are actual contests. In the instance of a contest, participants may be motivated to perform for a reward, trophy, or prize of some kind. For example, a high school might not have many students with any interest in performing in front of the student body for the sole purpose of performing alone and may offer different prizes as an incentive for these students to participate in the contest.[1]

Media

Since the late 1980s, talent shows have become a notable genre of reality television,[2] such as Notun Kuri (1976), Popstars (1999), Star Academy (2001), Idol (2001), The X Factor (2004), So You Think You Can Dance (2005), Got Talent (2006), The Voice (2010), Rising Star (2013), Tri Akkorda (Russian Talent Show) (2014) and The Four: Battle for Stardom (2018), which have been critical in catapulting some amateur artists to stardom and resulting in their commercially successful careers.

Non-competitive talent shows for troubled youths

Talent shows can be seen as a way to help boost the self-esteem, confidence, and assurance of youth. Some communities and companies see talent shows as a way to help prevent juvenile delinquency among children, teens, and young adults. As a result, these communities create programs such as Girls Only![3] in San Diego to promote the growth of these otherwise trouble youth to better the community. Such programs are created with the hope to prevent youth from the possibilities of entering delinquency or lives of crime.[4]

References

  1. ^ Parke, Beverly N. (2003). Discovering Programs for Talent Development. Thousand Oaks, California: Corwin Press. pp. 131–32. ISBN 978-0-7619-4613-7.
  2. ^ Redden, Guy (2008). "Making Over the Talent Show". Exposing Lifestyle Television: The Big Reveal. Ashgate Publishing. pp. 129–144. ISBN 978-1-4094-9286-3.
  3. ^ "Girls Only! Toolkit" (PDF). San Diego District Attorney's Office. Archived from the original (PDF) on 2015-05-28.
  4. ^ "Girls Only! Toolkit". San Diego District Attorney's Office. Retrieved 15 December 2014.
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