Central Asia’s Got Talent to strengthen cultural integration


Almaty: Four Central Asian countries, Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan, Kyrgyzstan and Tajikistan, will partner in a Central Asia’s Got Talent TV project that aims to strengthen cultural integration and find the most talented and original people in the four countries.

The project will kick off on August 15 in Kazakhstan, Kazinform news agency reported. The premiere of Central Asia’s Got Talent is slated for September and will be broadcast across Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan, Kyrgyzstan and Tajikistan.

According to the news agency, the jury consists of popular singer Nurlan Abdullin of Kazakhstan, actress, singer Sitora Farmonova of Uzbekistan, well-known cinema and theater actor, people’s artist of Tajikistan Alovuddin Abdullayev.

Central Asia’s Got Talent show consists of five stages, namely, casting, open auditions, quarterfinals, semi-finals and grand finale. The grand finale will be held in December this year.

According to reports, the winner will receive around $26,278, and each country will also have its own champion who will receive around $7,883.

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