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Budding stars through to final

PUBLISHED: 10:39 01 December 2007 | UPDATED: 19:19 05 July 2010

NINE budding stars of the future will be bidding for glory in the final of the Sunrise Talent contest which takes place in just over a week's time.

For they won through the second heat of the competition on Sunday with Lothingland Middle School pupils Katy Jones, aged 10, and Danielle Storey, 11, both from Oulton Broad, being picked out by the judges as the winning act.

NINE budding stars of the future will be bidding for glory in the final of the Sunrise Talent contest which takes place in just over a week's time.

For they won through the second heat of the competition on Sunday with Lothingland Middle School pupils Katy Jones, aged 10, and Danielle Storey, 11, both from Oulton Broad, being picked out by the judges as the winning act.

The youngsters thrilled a packed Hotel Victoria with their rendition of Popular, from the hit West End show, Wicked.

They came top of the pile from a total of nine acts who kept the audience alive with their varied entertainment which featured singers, dancers and a live band.

Also chosen to go through to the final on Sunday, December 9, were Charlotte Bullen, aged 15, from Belton; duo Double Trouble, Ellie Pybus, 10, and Emily Fox, 10, from Oulton Broad; Ella Hart, 12, from Pakefield; Alyce Seaman, 10, from Oulton Broad; and dancers Lizi Stanley and Lucy Collins, 14 and 16, from Worlingham.

They will join heat one winners Anna Ross, Reece Cook, Jodie Harris and Sisters Surprise in the final.

The competition, which aims to discover future stars while raising money for charity, has been combined into one class this year.

The outright winner is set to walk away with £500 in prize money, the runner-up will receive £100 and third placed contestant £50.

Money raised from the event will go to the Prince's Trust.

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