The show of “Top 10 Talents” at Gadsden State Community College recently competed at Wallace Hall Fine Arts Center in an annual event sponsored by Student Activities. The ten acts chosen to perform at the talent show were selected from previously held campus-wide auditions.
Ciannia “CC” Bynum of Leesburg wowed the audience with a spirited rendition of Ben E. King’s “Stand by Me” to win first place and a $200 cash prize. Bynum, an office administration major, started singing at the age of six and is a member of six choirs.
The second place award and $150 cash prize went to Zondra Hindsman from Tallapoosa, Ga., who performed the “Glee” version of “If I Were a Boy.” Hindsman, is a student in the Medical Laboratory Technology program.
Two Anniston residents, Katie Sisk and Kyle Coppock, were awarded third place and the final case prize of $100 for their performance of the song “Falling” by The Civil Wars. Sisk is pursuing a general studies degree with plans to become a neonatal nurse. Coppock, who also plays the guitar, is majoring in Drafting and Design Technology at the Ayers Campus.
Judges for the evening were Dr. Bridgette Lovelace, David Humphrey and Chamberlain Parker.