Great Race 50: Teams Get Wild At Great Race Talent Show

Great Race 50: Teams Get Wild At Great Race Talent Show

Silver City, N.M. – The Misfits took down the other four competitors in this year’s Great Race Talent Show last Thursday night. The event allowed all teams to perform one music video and one movie skit, which were judged by four judges.

Leading off first was C’s Get Degrees and they performed “Hollaback Girl” by Gwen Stefani. The girls were dressed in booty shorts and did some twerking as well as slapping each other’s butts. The guys stepped in towards the end of the performance and lifted the girls up in the air as they held up a banana sign, as in the music video.

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C’s Get Degrees

Little Rascals were up next and danced to “Roses” by OutKast. The guys were dressed in red unbuttoned shirts, and soon the girls came in and sat on their chairs with their lollipops. The leather jackets squad entered and started up a fight, but the Little Rascals fought them off. In the end, the Little Rascals carried the girls offstage.

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Little Rascals

In the next performance, Plan B went for “Call Me Maybe” by Carly Rae Jepsen. With guys and girls dressed in pink, they harassed a guy that was in a white t-shirt. Even with their great moves, they were unable to get the cute guy. In the end, the music broke off and one Plan B member kept desperately singing and had to be forced offstage.

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Plan B

Kash Kings performed to “Wort It” by Fifth Harmony. The act began with two guys around a table then five girls came in dressed in black and white. They showed off their sexy moves and would later dance with golf clubs. The two guys around the table, who were enjoying the view from the ladies, began dancing with them and took of their shirts. One Kash Kings member was dressed in white who represented Kid Ink, who is featured in “Worth It.”

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Kash Kings

The last music video performance came from the Misfits. They danced to Beyoncé’s “Single Ladies”; they meaning two girls and a guy. The guy portrayed Beyoncé and his moves were stunning; even his outfit, which were a short skirt and rolled up t-shirt.

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Misfits

With all music videos out of the way, WNMU surprised the crowd with a special guest performer by the name of Judell Rome, a Houston, Texas native.

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Judell Rome

Beginning with the movies skits, C’s Get Degrees went with Backstreet Boys’ “Everybody” from the movie “This Is the End.” The act began with two guys talking to an angel, who allowed them a wish. One asked for the wish of the Backstreet Boys. Soon, some C’s Get Degrees member showed up in all white and performed the song.

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C’s Get Degrees

Little Rascals acted out Rush Hour 3’s “The Closer I Get To You” by Roberta Flack. On stage, a guy portrayed James Carter and sang to a women. Later in the song, another guy came in portraying Inspector Lee. However, the singing duo ended when a group came on stage and shot them with water guns.

Magic Mike XXL was performed by two members from Plan B. They were dancing the slick moves of Channing Tatum that are shown in the final scene of the movie. The two guys were twerking around one girl and showed her every part of their body. The act ended with one guy carry her offstage.

Kash Kings were next as two members portrayed Will Ferrell and Jon Heder in “Blades of Glory.” With both dressed in red and blue spandex, they performed the final scene in the movie. They danced in a ballerina-fashion and were able to nail a final stunt that won the crowd.

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Kash Knights

The final performance of the night came from Misfits. They acted the final scene from Disney’s “Highs School Musical.” Dancing to “We’re All In This Together”, some of the Misfits members dressed as Zac Efron and Corbin Bleu.

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Misfits

The Misfits took first place; Kash Kings second; Plan B third; Little Rascals fourth; and C’s Get Degrees fifth.