Published: 06:00, 29 June 2020
| Updated: 16:09, 29 June 2020
kmfm's Garry and Laura have decided the winner of a virtual talent show for a Maidstone primary school.
Our very own radio hosts crowned one of three talented finalists of North Borough Junior School's talent show live on kmfm Breakfast this morning.
Pupils were eager show off their tricks and talents in video auditions for the show. Their peers chose three of the most impressive to go to the final and leaving it to Garry and Laura to decide who will triumph as the most talented kid in school.
In the end, kmfm let the people decide, posting on Facebook videos of jovial gymnast Courtney from year 4, mystical magician Seron from year 5 and super fast rubiks cube solver Andrejs from year 6.
Casting a spell over the audience, Seron the magician got the most likes and was announced the winner of North Borough Junior School's talent show.
Before announcement Jenny Chiverton, the primary school's headteacher, said: "I am so excited that kmfm is judging our talent show. We have some fantastically talented children and I am very, very proud of them. They’ve all taken part from home and it’s been brilliant they’ve got so involved with it.
"Mr Sloane has organised all sorts of events for the children to take part in during this difficult time. I can’t thank him and the rest of my staff enough for everything they have done for our children and their families.
"Thank you Garry and Laura, this is a very exciting time for us all."
Joshua Sloane, the teacher who organised the event, said: "It's been nice for the children to have something extra to do while they're at home as well as their online learning. Something they can practice and enjoy.
"The kids, the finalists and all their families are really excited to hear kmfm announce the winner."
Laura Crockett from kmfm Breakfast said: "Garry and I were thrilled when Mr Sloane asked us to judge the talent show final. We felt like Bruno Tonioli and Motsi Mabuse.
"We were so impressed with the talent of the children at North Borough Junior School and we know we’ll have a difficult decision to make when it comes to crowning our champion.
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