Each year, hundreds of artists apply for this talent show, and dozens are invited to audition before a panel of industry experts.
Pride's Got Talent is split into two categories: Pride's Got Talent is reserved exclusively for popular music acts; while Pride's Got Talent Cabaret is reserved for music and dance (non-popular music acts), cabaret and alternative, presenters, hosts and novelty acts.
The competition has now finished, with Toby Corton being crowned the winner of Pride's Got Talent 2017; while Keith Ramsay's performance saw him claim top spot in Pride's Got Talent Cabaret 2017. See the finalists perform live on stage at Pride in London in Trafalgar Square on 8 July.
This year, Pride’s Got Talent’s Godmother was singer, and regular X-Factor UK guest judge, Sinitta. Actor and cabaret artist, Michael Twaits, hosted the competition, which ended on 11 June.
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