The Honourable Steve Crocker, Minister of Tourism, Culture, Arts and Recreation, is today cheering for and encouraging people to vote for Newfoundland and Labrador’s Kellie Loder, a finalist on Canada’s Got Talent.
Kellie will perform in the live finale tonight airing on Citytv at 9:30 p.m. NST (8:00 p.m. EST). Hailing from Badger, Kellie is one of eight acts from across Canada that will compete in the two-hour finale vying to be crowned the 2022 Canada’s Got Talent champion. They are the only contestant remaining from Eastern Canada. The winner will be announced at the end of the live broadcast.
Voting is available online only on the official Citytv website. During the live finale, online voting will be open for the majority of the final episode until all acts have performed. Viewers can vote for Kellie using their mobile devices or desktops. There is no telephone or social media voting option. Viewers can vote up to three times for their favourite act. The three-vote limit will be monitored and only people residing in Canada are able to vote.
Canada’s Got Talent is a talent competition for acts of all ages and skills, and sets out to discover the most unique show-stopping performers the country has to offer. Contestants with a range of talents compete before a panel of celebrity judges, a live studio audience, and viewers from across the country.
“You’re making us proud, Kellie! Your performances on Canada’s Got Talent this season have captured the attention of audiences around the country. No one here at home is surprised. You’re a musical force to be reckoned with. Way to go representing Newfoundland and Labrador on the national stage. I encourage everyone to tune in tonight and cast their vote for Kellie.”
Honourable Steve Crocker
Minister of Tourism, Culture, Arts and Recreation
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