Updated: April 9, 2012
THEY DID IT!!!
They earned top audience votes this week and will now advance in the Canada's Got Talent competition. The band, along with TO pro beatboxer Scott Jackson, will join Week 1 finalists – BC hip-hop dance troop Freshh and classical soprano singer Julie Lafontaine from Quebec in the finals on May 13, 2012.
That's one of our 'East Coast Contenders' through... now get ready to cheer on another Atlantic Canadian crew ONEBLOOD from Lunenburg, NS - when they'll enter the live arena this coming Sunday, April 15.
Stay tuned for more details. SABS
Posted: April 8, 2012
Earlier tonight the first of our 'East Coast Contenders' on Canada's Got Talent took the stage in Toronto.
With the live audience and the national broadcast - there was no denying the pressure all of the contestants must have been feeling. Let's face it - they either deliver tonight or go home tomorrow - and Moncton, NB's Angry Candy totally rocked it!
Performing a cover of the Heart classic “Alone” lead singer Izabelle Ouellet's voice was really strong and the band was tight.
The judges were mixed in their reviews of the performance and song choice, but they are all united in their belief Angry Candy is one talented band.
Two acts will advance – one chosen by the judges, and the other picked by the fans. Who will join last week's winners Freshh and Julie LaFontaine?
Well, our fingers are firmly crossed for Izzie and the rest of Angry Candy - Steve DeYoung, Jason Arsenault, Chris Boulay and Kim Dang-Robichaud, but we're proud of you no matter what! You were amazing!!!
We'll post the results as soon as they are available. SABS
SABS Previous Posts on Canada's Got Talent
Ivan Daigle Cool People Profile, Canada's Got Talent Schedule & HOW TO VOTE, 4 East Coast Contenders, East Coast Shines On Canada's Got Talent, Canada's Got Talent Premieres, and Atlantic Canada's Got Lots of Talent
For more on the band visit www.angrycandy.ca
For more on the show visit www.canadasgottalent.com
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