Talent show to appear in Central Asia. Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan and Uzbekistan to create Central Asia’s Got Talent, an international talent show, with a total prize fund of just over 63,000 dollars (24 million tenge), reports Asia plus.
Each country will determine its winner, who will receive almost 8 thousand dollars (3 million tenge), and the winner of the grand final will get a little more than 26 thousand dollars (10 million tenge) and practically, world fame.
The premiere of Central Asia’s Got Talent’s first season will be on Khabar (Kazakhstan), Zo’r TV (Uzbekistan), KTRK (Kyrgyzstan) and Safina TV (Tajikistan) channels.
Television show is "the younger brother" of the world famous project of Britain's Got Talent ("Britain is looking for talents").
Residents of Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan and Uzbekistan, regardless of age, gender, occupation and views on life can take part in the competition and try their luck.