Harpist, Phenomenal She dance group advance in Federal Way’s Got Talent

The second talent competition was hosted at the Federal Way Farmers Market on July 2.

By Vickie Chynoweth,

for the Mirror

The highly anticipated talent competition entered its second round with a captivating display of exceptional skills and breathtaking performances and riveting entertainment on July 2.

From mesmerizing musical renditions to inspiring dance routines, this round was a testament to the depth of talent and creativity that exists within the competition. The diverse range of musical genres highlighted the versatility and skill of the participants.

In addition to vocalists, instrumentalists took to the center stage, skillfully playing a of instruments including the harp and eclectic guitars. Their flawless execution and ability to evoke raw emotions through their music were truly commendable. The audience was left in awe as they witnessed the participant’s dedication and passion for their craft.

The dazzling dance performance of Phenomenal She as they unleashed their creativity through captivating choreography and dance moves.

The esteemed panel of judges was faced with the daunting task of evaluating the performances. They commended the participants for their dedication hard work, and the courage to express their unique talents.

Dr. Ball from Ball Chiropractic Center even made a rare appearance showcasing his talent as a comedian juggler while the judges tallied the score for the remarkable performances.

Saturday, Aug. 5, is the last round of the competition with two acts moving to the highly anticipated round where this year’s winners will go head to head to compete for the grand prize of $500 and to perform at the Taste of Federal Way.

The winners moving on to the final round Saturday, Sept. 2, are Shae’ Lyman playing the harp and the dance group Phenomenal She with coach Jaden Bullard.