Mr. World 2010 Talent Finalists announced

I have already informed you guys this morning that Mr. Martinique Kévin Bellegarde is among the finalists for the Mr. World Talent 2010 title as selected from those who auditioned last night at Muju Resort in Korea.

Mr. Martinique wowed the audience and the judges with his graceful modern dance.

As announced this evening, Martinique and 19 other finalists have been chosen to perform again for the Talent Finals happening Thursday night, March 18, at Gyeongju. Here they are:

Bahamas, Kendrick Kemp - traditional dance
Belgium, Willem Vermuyten - playing the piano
Cyprus, Christos Christodoulides - bartending
Czech Rep, Josef Karas - singing
England, Andreas Kattou - singing
Honduras, Carlos Ortega - hip-hop dance
Hong Kong China, Wesley Lee - ala Michael Jackson
India, Inder Bajwa - Bollywood dance
Ireland, Kamal Ibrahim - singing
Japan, Hareruya Konno - sword dance
Kazakhstan, Roman Mironov - warrior dance
Kenya, Lwanda Kotengo - traditional dance
Korea, Ji-kwang Yoo - singing
Nigeria, Kenneth Okolie - monologue
Russia, Sergey Kolenchikov - fitness dance
South Africa, Jaco de Bruyn - singing
Swaziland, Phakeme Dlamimi - rap
United States, Ivan Rusilko - playing the guitar
Venezuela, Jose Flores - perform magic tricks

Based on their performances last night, possible Mr. Talent winner is any of the following: Korea, Czech Rep, Nigeria, Japan, Bahamas, Hong Kong, Venezuela, Cyprus and Belgium. But it will still depend on their next performance.


Also earlier today, another sport event was held, the Paintball Challenge where the Red Team won again. The winning challengers from the Red Team were Misters Spain, Swaziland, Sweden, Thailand, Venezuela and Wales.

Last Monday, the Red Team also won in the Marine Training challenge with Mr. Sweden also among the Top 5 challengers.

About M.I.

Mykiru is an entertainment blogger, having been named as one of the Top 10 Pinoy Showbiz Resources in the Philippines. For a decade now, has been delivering the latest, the hottest and most trending issues in the country.

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