Pace Students Show off their Talents

Brittany Pisoni, Contributing Writer

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KC Britt won the second annual Pace Got Talent competition with her cover of “Love on the Brain” by Rihanna last Tuesday night.

Britt competed against three other Pace students, including Katelyn Joy covering Adele’s “All I Ask,” Alyssa Chambers covering Alicia Key’s “If I Ain’t Got You,” and Cory Kinchla singing and playing the guitar on an original piece. Pace Got Talent host, Courtney Johnson, showcased her stand-up comedy during intermission for added entertainment.

Britt is no stranger to performing in front of crowds. She has been perfecting her craft since she was only two years old and grew up participating in her school’s musical theatre productions. Now, as a biology major and an aspiring med student, she has little time to dedicate to performing, according to Britt.

“That’s why when things like this pop-up, I can just live that life again,” said Britt.

Regardless of her current cold, Britt still was able to display her vocal talent and win the competition.

“I always get sick around this time,” Britt said. “I’m just happy I pulled through— I wasn’t expecting to win at all.”

Pace Got Talent is produced by Pace’s Programming Board, a student-run organization working to build a strong campus community. Rachel Carpenter, Student Development and Campus Actives director, hopes to develop more on-campus talent events for students to participate in the near future.

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