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Reported by: Nicole Foo (3S2)
CrezAwards 2013 was a spectacular night to remember. This year’s theme of “Grammys: The Price of Limelight”, saw Crescentians clad in stunning and gorgeous outfits as they strolled down the red carpet with much enthusiasm in anticipation of the performances ahead.
The concert featured a wide array of captivating dance performances and melodious vocal performances. The dancers displayed fantastic stage presence as they grooved and swayed along to the music. Amaris Wong on behalf of L3M, who was Champion of the Dance Category, said, “The CrezAwards experience was both enjoyable and exciting. It was an experience that could not be learned from a textbook. Throughout the duration of the competition, I learned how to trust my other group members. Initially, we didn’t believe in ourselves, but we did our best and didn’t let other people’s comments or opinions get us down.”
The vocal performers belted out famous songs all through the night with their stunning vocals that awed the crowd. Chloe Tan who won 1st Runner Up for the Vocals Category, said, “I learnt a lot throughout this whole competition. I learnt that as long as you have fun, whatever you do will be worth it. I have made so many awesome friends through this competition and honestly at the end of it, CrezAwards didn’t seem like a competition anymore. This whole journey has been really meaningful and I will definitely never forget it.”
One of the highlights of this event was the performance by Cyril Toh, one of the top 20 finalists in The Final One. He sang a song “Titanium” by David Guetta whilst ex-Crescentian Juniper Cheong sang an all-time favourite song “Teenage Dream” by Katy Perry. Their amazing vocal abilities kept the audience completely enthralled.
CrezAwards ended on a high note as it was the time that many Crescentians had been waiting for – the results of the Grammys winner. It was heart-warming to see all Crescentians cheering on for the awardees, showing the Crescentian spirit in every one of us. All in all, the performers and student councillors had put in their heart and soul into making this event a success.