Digicel Play’s newest home-grown show, Yu Em Khax is a reality television talent show showcasing PNG’s most talented entertainers.
The new TV show’s judges said they were thrilled to see such a great mixture of talent turn out, which spanned all age groups across both men and women.
Those selected to progress to the semi-finals from the Kokopo auditions include two singers and a solo dancer. The semi-final will air on TVWAN Life on Saturday 21 January 2017.
Digicel Play CEO Nico Meyer said Alotau residents would have the final opportunity to demonstrate their talents in this year’s final round of live auditions at Education Milne Bay on Saturday 3 December.
“We’re really looking forward to seeing the many talents on offer in Alotau this weekend,” he said.
“Being the last location for auditions we expect Alotau contestants to not only impress the judges but to display a colourful performance of talent and skills.
“Auditioning is free and provides a great opportunity for residents to perform their respective talents in front of our expert judging panel.”
Nico said Yu Em Khax continued to receive fantastic feedback from Digicel Play subscribers who tune into the show each weekend.
“Digicel Play subscribers can follow the performers through auditions, heats and semi-finals every Saturday at 7pm on TVWAN Life,” he said.
“To ensure our viewers enjoy the airing of Yu Em Khax this Saturday, we encourage them to make sure their Digicel Play TV plans are up to date ahead of time.
“To subscribe, customers can simply visit selected Digicel stores, dial *515# or call 180 1515 to speak with our customer care team today.
Digicel Play is committed to the growth of the local entertainment industry by producing and developing shows that are produced in Papua New Guinea and feature local talent.