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【Students Can Sing】Final Highlights Part 2

07/09/2019

Organized by Fairchild Television, and co-organized by Talentvision Television and Popular Lifestyle & Entertainment Magazine, the finals for the Students Can Sing singing competition were held at the John Bassett Theatre in downtown Toronto on June 21st.

Thank you to everyone who supported our eight finalists along this journey!

The second round consisted of duets.

#1 Jeffrey Chow and #7 Haochuan Cheng showcased the spirit of Hong Kong through the Cantonese song “Sail On”. Even if you are confused in your life, you can withstand whatever comes at you as long as you can be with like-minded friends and relatives.

#2 Yuqi Yang and #3 Teresa Tang bring the feeling of gradually broadening one’s core, but also a bit of bittersweet longing, into the hearts of the audience.

#4 Sandy Sun and #5 Andy Yuan showcased their harmonious and intertwined voices through love song “Beautiful”.

Hailing from the same school, #6 Guanyu Yan and #8 Jessie Cai portray a couple’s vindictiveness through “Catfight”.

Special guest performer Ryan Yu took the stage to serenade the audience with "Love Without Reincarnation", "Perfect", "Idol", and "Shallow”. Audience members were absolutely smitten with Yu’s lovely voice.

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【Students Can Sing】Final Highlights Part 1

07/08/2019

Organized by Fairchild Television, and co-organized by Talentvision Television and Popular Lifestyle & Entertainment Magazine, the finals for the Students Can Sing singing competition were held at the John Bassett Theatre in downtown Toronto on June 21st.

Thank you to everyone who supported our eight finalists along this journey!

Alongside our eight Students Can Sing finalists, four ex-New Talent Singing Award finalists (Patrick Lau, Natalie Lam, Kenneth Wu and Richard Wang) helped create an energetic song & dance performance to open the show.

In the first round, the eight finalists each selected a song that best showed their strength to the audience.

#1 Jeffrey Chow sang an emotional rendition of his favourite song “So You Didn’t Love Me Enough”.

#2 Yuqi Yang sang the theme song to the TV series, "Jackdaw Boy", showcasing the ups and downs of being an adolescent.

Through “Content”, #3 Teresa Tang depicts a story about grasping the chances that come your way and to not live with regrets.

#4 Sandy Sun captivated the audience with her jazzy interpretation of “Grasp”.

#5 Andy Yuan uses his self-produced song “Worth” to showcase his carefree but open lifestyle.

#6 Guanyu Yan’s sense of helplessness, mixed with the sadness and warm complex emotions expressed by his introverted singing voice, tell a story of a pair of lovers through “Remember”.

Like #7 Haochuan Cheng, his song “Relativity” is a reflection of who he is: approachable, relaxed, happy, and living life to the fullest.

#8 Jessie Cai used “Worship” to tell a story of someone reminiscing on past events, and the feelings that come along with it.

Stay tuned tomorrow as we post more highlights from the show!!

Students Can Sing Crowned Their 2019 Champion

06/21/2019

Organized by Fairchild Television, and co-organized by Talentvision Television and Popular Lifestyle & Entertainment Magazine, the finals for the Students Can Sing singing competition were held at the John Bassett Theatre in downtown Toronto on June 21st (Friday).

#8 Jessie Cai (from the University of Toronto Scarborough campus) was crowned the champion. 1st runner-up and 2nd runner-up went to #4 Sandy Sun (from the University of Toronto Scarborough campus) and #5 Andy Yuan (York University) respectively. The Most Perfect Interpretation Award was awarded to #6 Guanyu Yan (from the University of Toronto Scarborough campus), and was presented by Scarborough Kingscross Hyundai President Mr. Clayton Tso.

From left: 2nd runner-up Andy Yuan, champion Jessie Cai, 1st runner-up Sandy Sun, winner of the Most Perfect Interpretation Award (presented by Kingscross Hyundai) Guanyu Yan
From left: Scarborough Kingscross Hyundai President Mr. Clayton Tso, Most Perfect Interpretation Award winner Guanyu Yan
Ryan Yu made a special trip from China to Toronto to serve as a special guest performer, singing a few beautiful songs, and the audience welcomed him with warm applause.

In order to promote the local university and college music culture, Fairchild Television was ecstatic to be able to provide a platform for students who love music. There are many students in universities and colleges that have musical talents and love to sing, and this opportunity allowed students to develop their talents and realize their musical dreams.

Participating schools include the University of Toronto (St. George campus), University of Toronto (Mississauga campus), University of Toronto (Scarborough campus), York University, Ryerson University, Centennial College and more.

Masters of Ceremonies for the final show included Poon Chung Ming and Denise Liang. The judging panel was comprised of singer and singing teacher Mr. Hill Jiang, singer and vocal teacher Ms. Angela Zhang, and famous musician Mr. Li Hui Ming. The auditor for the competition was Mr. Alexis Yam, CA.

Alongside our eight finalists, four ex-New Talent Singing Award finalists (Patrick Lau, Natalie Lam, Kenneth Wu and Richard Wang) helped create an energetic song & dance performance to open the show.

The finals were split into two sections. In the first section, the eight finalists each selected a song that best showed their strength to the audience.
 

The second round consisted of duets.

Special guest performer Ryan Yu took the stage to serenade the audience with "Love Without Reincarnation", "Perfect", "Idol", and "Shallow”. Audience members were absolutely smitten with Yu’s lovely voice. Yu’s hardworking attitude and unremitting efforts to improve are definitely traits that our finalists can take home.

Students Can Sing 2019 could not have happened without the generous support by various sponsors. In addition to real-time updates through social media, the Students Can Sing finals will air June 30th at 9pm on Fairchild TV, July 7th at 6pm on Fairchild TV HD and July 14th at 6:30pm on Talentvision for those who could not be there in person.

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Students Can Sing 2019 Press Conference Welcomes 2nd Runner-Up of Season 3 of The Voice of China Ryan Yu

06/20/2019

Students Can Sing 2019 Press Conference Welcomes 2nd Runner-Up of Season 3 of The Voice of China Ryan Yu

Guest performer Ryan Yu made the transpacific trip to take the Students Can Sing stage with our eight finalists as we find out who will emerge victorious and nab the Students Can Sing champion title.

Journey Through Music
Influenced by his grandfather, Ryan Yu’s love for music started at a very young age. His grandfather would play the piano and sing every day. In turn, music became a crucial part of Yu’s life. Born in Wuhan, this rising Chinese pop singer’s handsome and lively demeanour goes hand-in-hand with his singing skills.

During his time in the United States, he formed a band to continue his passion for music and singing. He entered a competition that he would later say helped solidify his decision to join the music industry.

When he returned to China, he jump-started his musical career by participating in many large-scale singing competitions. His achievements have been quite impressive, including a second-runner up position on the third season of The Voice of China.

In order to pursue his musical dream, Yu gave up the opportunity to study in the United States. When he expressed his desire to leave school to pursue music, he was met with strong opposition from his parents. However, he did not take his parents’ objections to heart. Yu went to a bar to sing and found a teacher to teach him proper techniques. His achievements today prove that his efforts have not been in vain.

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Yu is very popular in China. He participated in many large-scale singing competitions and achieved outstanding results.

In 2014, he participated in season 3 of The Voice of China. He emerged as the frontrunner in Yang Kun’s group and subsequently achieved a 2nd runner-up position overall. In the same year, Yu was named Wuhan’s N Generation Idol, as he inspires the younger generation to be innovative and courageous.

In 2015, he won the Newcomer Award at the China Music Awards. In the same year, he also became a professional racer.

In 2016, he sang the theme song for the outdoor reality show competition Our Challenge, and the ending song for the TV series City Still Believe In Love.

In 2017, he won the Oriental Billboard’s "Oriental Newcomer" award.

In 2018, he released his original single ‘Idol’ and his personal single ‘Wait For Your Answer’.

Not only has Yu won numerous awards in China, but he has also received strong support from his fans in Canada. In a recent ‘New Voice Award’ poll, he garnered the highest number of votes from his overseas fans.

Finals
Organized by Fairchild Television, and co-organized by Talentvision Television and Popular Lifestyle & Entertainment Magazine, the finals for the Students Can Sing singing competition will be held at the John Bassett Theatre in downtown Toronto on June 21st (Friday). Participating schools include the University of Toronto (St. George campus), University of Toronto (Mississauga campus), University of Toronto (Scarborough campus), York University, Ryerson University, Centennial College and more.

Masters of Ceremonies for the final show include Poon Chung Ming and Denise Liang. The judging panel is comprised of singer and singing teacher Mr. Hill Jiang, singer and vocal teacher Ms. Angela Zhang, and famous musician Mr. Li Hui Ming. The auditor for the competition is Mr. Alexis Yam, CA.

Awards
In addition to 1st, 2nd and 3rd place, the eight finalists will also be battling it out for the Most Perfect Interpretation Award (presented by Kingscross Hyundai).

The finalists have gone through countless series of training sessions to perfect their singing and dancing skills, in preparation for show day.

Be sure to watch Fairchild Television June 30th at 9pm to catch the entire show and see who is crowned the Students Can Sing champion!

In order to promote the local university and college music culture, Fairchild Television is ecstatic to be able to provide the best opportunity and platform for students who love music. There are many students in universities and colleges that have musical talents and love to sing. This platform allows students to develop their talents and realize their musical dreams. We wish all the finalists the best of luck, and hope they enjoy the stage and this experience to the fullest!

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Our eight finalists include:

'Students Can Sing' Finalists Prepare For Show Day!

06/17/2019

The finals for the Students Can Sing singing competition will be held June 21st at the John Basset Theatre in downtown Toronto.

In preparation for the show, the eight finalists gathered for one last rehearsal this past Saturday.

Who will be crowned the 2019 Students Can Sing champion? Make sure you stay tuned to Fairchild TV!

Guest Performer for the ‘Students Can Sing’ Final Offers Words Of Encouragement To The Finalists

06/10/2019

Fairchild TV is excited to welcome Ryan Yu, 2nd runner-up for the 3rd season of The Voice of China, as this year's guest performer.

These finals take Ryan on a trip down memory lane, as he recalls a time when he was struggling to jumpstart his music dream back in college.

He offers words of encouragement to the finalists as they near the final show: overcome your fears, enjoy the moment, and always try to improve. You'll enjoy the stage more and perform better if you are connected with what you are doing.


The finals for the 'Student Can Sing' singing competition will be held June 21st (Friday) at the John Bassett Theatre in downtown Toronto.


Tickets are on sale now!

To purchase tickets, please visit: studentscansing2019.eventbrite.ca


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Fairchild TV is honored to invite Ryan Yu as the 'Students Can Sing' Special Guest Performer!

06/03/2019

The finals for the 'Students Can Sing' singing competition will be held at the John Bassett Theatre in downtown Toronto on June 21st (Friday).

Fairchild TV is excited to welcome Ryan Yu, 2nd runner-up for the 3rd season of The Voice of China, as this year's guest performer.

Ryan kickstarted his music career when he returned to China after participating in a music competition in the United States.

His biggest accomplishment so far is winning the 2nd runner-up position on the third season of The Voice of China.

'Students Can Sing' brings back memories of the struggles that he has endured to pursure his dream in music. He hopes the students enjoy every minute and every second on this stage.


Tickets are currently on sale!

Please visit: studentscansing2019.eventbrite.ca

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Students Can Sing - Final 8

05/27/2019

Want to know more about our finalists? Check out their promo videos below!

"Students Can Sing" Contestant No.1 Jeffrey Chow
Jeffrey is a master at darts. Through competition experience, he believes that the most important thing (whether it be while one is singing or one is playing darts) is concentration. Through singing, one can tell a story and move listeners with music. He feels that it’s important to cherish the time he has with people who enjoy his music, rather than dwell in the past.

"Students Can Sing" Contestant No.2 Yang Yuqi
Yuqi’s hobbies include singing and playing basketball. He is very proud when he heard others praise him on the court and on the stage. Yuqi finds that music is a very important part of his life. Through music, he has been able to make new friends and learn about local Toronto culture.

"Students Can Sing" Contestant No.3 Teresa Tang
Music has always been part of Teresa's life, as she started learning the piano at a very young age. Through music, she has been able to meet many friends and learn about the many different cultural backgrounds in Toronto. She will put those experiences into her singing and hopes that she will have no regrets.

"Students Can Sing" Contestant No. 4 Sandy Sun
Sandy comes from a family of artists. Under the influence of her parents, Sandy started singing from a young age. She hopes that through her own performances and interpretation, she can express the meaning and mood of the song to the audience. Though she has been singing since she was a little girl, her parents have never seen her perform on the big stage. She hopes that this performance is one her parents will be proud of.

"Students Can Sing" Contestant No. 5 Andy Yuan
Music makes Andy more confident in life. He started playing the flute from a very young age. He understands that singing and playing the flute are different, as you need to be able to use your emotions to express the meaning of the song. His observant and cautious nature allows him to find out what is important and precious to him.

"Students Can Sing" Contestant No. 6 Yan Guanyu
Guanyu enjoys living life with spontaneity with a sprinkle of order.  He has an open and bubbly personality, much like the songs of his idols. Because of this, Guan Yu combines the way he lives life with his singing. He treasures every opportunity he gets to sing, as it is a way for him to improve his skill.

"Students Can Sing" Contestant No. 7 Cheng Haochuan
Haochuan understands that there may be no second chance in life, so he makes sure that he makes due when presented with an opportunity. Whether it be a competition or in his daily life, the most important thing is to have the ability to think and act independently. That way, you will be able to choose the path that you want to take. Haochuan integrates music into his life, and enjoy life while learning and sharing music.

"Students Can Sing" Contestant No. 8 Jessie Cai
Music is part of Jessie's life, as it has been doing for many years. She hopes to use her enthusiasm for music to perform on different stages and accumulate more performance experience. Jessie has met many friends because of singing, and singing has become a way for her to relax and decompress. She hopes to continue to adhere to this enthusiasm, sing her unique style, and embark on her own stage.

'Students Can Sing' Special Guest Performer - Ryan Yu

05/27/2019

The finals for the 'Students Can Sing' singing competition will be held at the John Bassett Theatre in downtown Toronto on June 21st (Friday).

Fairchild TV is excited to welcome Ryan Yu, 2nd runner-up for the 3rd season of The Voice of China, as this year's guest performer.


Influenced by his grandfather, Ryan Yu’s love for music started at a very young age. His grandfather would play the piano and sing every day. In turn, music became a crucial part of Yu’s life.

Born in Wuhan, rising Chinese pop singer Ryan Yu’s handsome and lively demeanour goes hand-in-hand with his singing skills.

During his time in the United States, he formed a band to continue his passion for music and singing. He entered a competition that he would later say helped solidify his decision to join the music industry.

 

 

Tickets are currently on sale!

Please visit: studentscansing2019.eventbrite.ca

For more details, contact Fairchild TV: 905-889-8090 

OR

Visit: https://www.fairchildtv.com

'Students Can Sing' Ticket Sale

05/24/2019

Who will sing their heart out and emerge victoriously?

Our eight finalists have been busy preparing for the final showdown at the John Basset Theatre! They have been attending intensive training sessions on singing techniques, dancing, stage presentation and more in preparation for June 21st. Come cheer on your favourite contestant and see who will be crowned the winner!

Special Guest Performer:
Ryan Yu from The Voice of China (season 3)

To purchase tickets, please visit: studentscansing2019.eventbrite.ca 

For more details, please contact 905-889-8090 

OR

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Contestant No 1: Jeffrey Chow
Contestant No 2: Yang Yuqi
Contestant No 5: Andy Yuan
Contestant No 6: Yan Guanyu
Contestant No 7: Cheng Haochuan
Contestant No 8: Jessie Cai

New Drama airs on 5/18

05/18/2019

Students can sing - semi-final

05/06/2019

Organized by Fairchild Television, and co-organized by Talentvision, Fairchild Radio, and Popular Lifestyle & Entertainment Magazine, the semi-final for the ‘Students Can Sing’ singing contest was held on May 4th at First Markham Place.

The 18 contestants from the participating universities and colleges sang their hearts out to vie for a spot in the finals. They each took turns serenading the crowd, followed by loud applause from fans as they cheered on their favorite contestant.

Hosts Rebecca Liu and William Sun also played interactive games with audience members and gave out gifts.   After two intense rounds of competition, plus commentaries from our star judging panel, the eight finalists have been chosen.

From University of Toronto St. George Campus: Teresa Tang

From University of Toronto Mississauga Campus: Sandy Sun

From University of Toronto Scarborough Campus: Jessie Cai, YAN Guanyu

From York University: CHING, Ho Chuen, Andy Yuan

From Ryerson University: YOUNG, Yang Sun

From Centennial College: Jeffrey Chow

Students can sing - audition highlights

05/02/2019

Students can sing - Ryerson University

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Students can sing - semi final

04/22/2019

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TVB Fairchild Fans Party

04/21/2019

The highly anticipated ‘TVB Fairchild Fans Party’ has once again made its way to Canada, bringing with it a remarkable lineup.

Organized by Fairchild Television, and co-organized by TVB, Talentvision, Fairchild Radio and Popular Lifestyle & Entertainment Magazine, the annual 'TVB Fairchild Fans Party' was held on April 20th at 8pm at the John Basset Theatre in downtown Toronto. Four of TVB’s hottest stars, Sharon Chan, Shaun Tam, Kristal Tin and Hubert Wu, alongside Masters of Ceremonies Poon Chung Ming (Poon Sir) and Oi Yiu Wong, delivered a remarkable and unforgettable evening filled with music and laughter to audience members.

The works of the four stars are deeply rooted in the hearts of audience members. Theme songs played as the stars appeared onstage and each threw signed T-shirts into the crowd.

In 2014, Hubert Wu made his Toronto debut as the guest performer for that year’s Miss Chinese Toronto Pageant. He expressed his excitement to once again return to Toronto this year for TVB Fairchild Fans Party. Hubert is known for his guest appearance in ‘Be Home For Dinner’ which jumpstarted his acting career. His most recent portrayal of a one-hundred-year-old spirit in ‘The Exorcist’s Meter’ has garnered high praise from fans. As singing is still his greatest interest, he brought two songs to his excited fans: the theme song to ‘The Exorcist’s Meter’, and the theme song for ‘Wife, Interrupted’.

The popular Hong Kong drama ‘Tiger Mom Blues’ will be making its way to Fairchild Television 2 on April 29th. With the highest audience recorded at 31 points, it’s no wonder that Sharon Chan was welcomed to the stage with excited applause from fans. As a new mother for just 2 years, Chan admits that "every job has different levels of challenges, but they all feel very fun". She hopes that, in the future, she can act in a wider variety of roles to help refine her skills as an actress. She brought two famous songs, ‘Star Dreams’ and ‘Think One Day’ to the remarkable show.

Shaun Tam, who returned to Toronto for the first time in 20 years, had audiences chanting for their 'prince charming'. As a family man and an actor, he was very grateful to everyone for their support. He reminisced on how his time studying in Toronto 20 years ago were the best years of his life, and how excited he was to return to where he first started. His performance in ‘The Stunt’, ‘The Ultimate Confession After 18 Years’, and ‘Succession War’ all showcased his superb acting skills. However, amongst them, he commented that his role in ‘Succession War’ was the most challenging but also the most rewarding. He also showed off his singing skills by serenading the audience with ‘Next Year Today’ and ‘Wonderful Tonight’.

Kristal Tin was welcomed to the stage with applause as loud as thunder. Her extraordinary acting has been fully demonstrated in multiple drama series, even winning her a ‘Best Actress In A Leading Role’ Award at the TVB Anniversary Awards. Not only can she act, but she is also a phenomenal program host. She was awarded the ‘Best Program Host’ Award in 2018 with her show ‘Pretty Forty’. Many don't know that Tin is also a singer. She once said that "the fire to sing was never really extinguished" and has never left her, as it is her interest. Performing for the first time on such a large stage, she surprised audiences with two songs: ‘It’s Not That Easy’ and ‘Most Dear’.

Some lucky fans had the honour to go on stage to play games with their idols: “Ropes”, “Paper Cups”, “Can You Guess” and “Relay”.

In the ‘Ropes’ and ‘Plastic Cups’ game, audience-favourite Shaun Tam and Hubert Wu both rallied behind their teammates to see who would emerge as the winner.

In the ‘Can You Guess’ game, Sharon Chan and her teammates proved that they had strong eyes, and frequently answered questions correctly.

‘Relay’ proved to be the most challenging, but Kristal Tin and her teammates gained the upper hand with their teamwork.

In addition to good voices and wonderous music on stage, the four stars also hopped into the crowd, shaking hands with the fans to take pictures, and audience members immediately went crazy. Each of the stars took turns picking a lucky audience member to take a group photo on the stage. When it was time for goodbye, the quartet went into the audience in the audience to pass out gifts, and take a few selfies. The annual TVB Fairchild Fans Party ended with the four stars taking a group selfie on stage with audience members. It was certainly a night that everyone will remember for a very long time.

TVB Fans Party Press Conference

04/19/2019

The highly anticipated ‘TVB Fairchild Fans Party’ has once again made its way to Canada, bringing with it a remarkable lineup. First Markham Place was packed early in the morning as fans eagerly awaited the arrival of four of TVB’s hottest stars: Sharon Chan, Shaun Tam, Kristal Tin and Hubert Wu. The stars arrived to the deafening cheers from excited fans. 

Four of TVB’s hottest stars, Sharon Chan, Shaun Tam, Kristal Tin and Hubert Wu were greeted by eager fans as they arrived at First Markham Place.

Sharon Chan, from the popular Hong Kong drama ‘Tiger Mom Blues’, was welcomed to the stage with excited applause from fans. Her current show ‘Baby Matters’, is airing on Fairchild Television 2 HD. As a new mother for just 2 years, Chan admits that "every job has different levels of challenges, but they all feel very fun". She hopes that, in the future, she can act in a wider variety of roles to help refine her skills as an actress.

Sharon Chan melted the fans with her sweet smile!

Shaun Tam, who returned to Toronto for the first time in 20 years, had audiences chanting for their 'prince charming'. As a family man and an actor, he was very grateful to everyone for their support. He reminisced on how his time studying in Toronto 20 years ago were the best years of his life, and how excited he was to return to where he first started. His performance in ‘The Stunt’, ‘The Ultimate Confession After 18 Years’, and ‘Succession War’ all showcased his superb acting skills. However, amongst them, he commented that his role in ‘Succession War’ was the most challenging but also the most rewarding. He expressed his excitement over being able to showcase his singing skill to his excited Toronto fans.

Shaun Tam, returning to Toronto for the first time after two decades, showing his love and appreciation to his fans.

It’s no surprise that Kristal Tin is an extraordinary actress. However, not only can she act, but she is also a phenomenal program host. She was awarded the ‘Best Program Host’ Award in 2018 with her show ‘Pretty Forty’. Many don't know that Tin is also a singer. She once said that "the fire to sing was never really extinguished" and has never left her, as it is her interest. She told fans that she once thought about immigrating to Canada, and recalled times when she used to go fishing with my father in the middle of the night in Toronto. She is incredibly excited to have a chance to share her new songs with her Toronto fans.

Kristal Tin is looking forward to singing her new songs for everyone at the show.

In 2014, Hubert Wu made his Toronto debut as the guest performer for that year’s Miss Chinese Toronto Pageant. He expressed his excitement to once again return to Toronto this year for TVB Fairchild Fans Party. Hubert is known for his guest appearance in ‘Be Home For Dinner’ which jumpstarted his acting career in which he portrayed a one-hundred-year-old spirit in ‘The Exorcist’s Meter’ garnering high praise from fans. He commented that even though singing is his greatest interest, he learnt a lot during times when he was filming and the experiences have helped broaden his horizon.

Hubert Wu, guest performer for the Miss Chinese Toronto Pageant 2014, is excited to return to Toronto once again!

The four stars took turns picking a winner to receive a limited edition TVB Buddy keepsake. 

The four stars took turns singing autographs for excited fans.The four stars also took selfies with their fans while signing autographs.Fans were excited to get up close with their idols!

Connie Sephton, Assistant General Manager (East) of Fairchild Television, also presented a special Canadian souvenir to the four artists ahead of their performance on show day. Finally came the part where fans were most excited about: the autograph sessions. Fans excitedly waited to meet their idols for autographs and pictures to create memories of the unforgettable night.

The four stars took a group photo with the audience to wrap up this amazing event.

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