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Over four nights - with 32 kids in two quaterfinals, 20 in the semi-finals and 10 in the grand finals - I took about 1,800 images.
It might seem a lot, but not really when you consider the number of performers, including both the contestants and the guest artistes.
From that tremendous selection of images, I deleted more than a thousand. And of the remaining 700, this is my absolute favourite.
The boy is, if I remember correctly, 14 years old â€“ although he looks quite adult here â€“ and he competed with a partner in the Ballroom category.
My artist and musician friend David, who is very astute in his observation, commented that he is a natural talent and that â€œall his poses are perfectâ€.
David is right. When I looked through my photos of the boyâ€™s dance sequence, it was like a series of perfect model poses, starting with this opening pose.
Part of a photo essay, No Kidding!
Also by Richard Seah
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