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Fay-Ann eyes Bunji’s crown

February 10, 2009
Soca artiste Fay-Ann Lyons during her performance of "Meet SuperBlue" at Sunday's semi-finals of the International Power Soca Monarch at the Arima Velodrome. Fay-Ann was selected as one of the 11 finalists to challenge defending Monarch Bunji Garlin, her husband.

CAUSED A STIR: Soca artiste Fay-Ann Lyons during her performance of "Meet SuperBlue" at Sunday's semi-finals of the International Power Soca Monarch at the Arima Velodrome. Fay-Ann was selected as one of the 11 finalists to challenge defending Monarch Bunji Garlin, her husband.

With only six places available in the International Power Soca Monarch finals on Carnival Friday the competitors at last Sunday’s semi-final gave their all, hoping to secure an opportunity to shoot for the million-dollar first prize.

At the end, five Trinidadians and one Grenadian made the cut and will join the seeded finalists, the winners of the Soca Monarch competitions in St Vincent, Barbados, Grenada, Antigua and St Lucia along with defending monarch, Bunji Garlin, at the finals.

Iwer George sealed his place in the final with a signal performance that created mayhem at the Velodrome. Even before he appeared on stage the frenzied crowd was waving flags and bandannas. Performing “Ready”, Iwer kept the people jumping throughout his very simple presentation. Before leaving the stage, Iwer sang some of “We Like It”, calling on Ziggy Ranking to join him on stage further exciting the audience.  Read complete article..

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