Arts & Entertainment, Community

Competition – ‘Got Teen Talent?’


Michael Roberts poses with Victory Divine, the winning group from South Pasadena’s competition on June 4. – Courtesy photo


Could Net $300

Next up: the City of Duarte. Motivational and inspirational speaker Michael Roberts hopes to help build the confidence of San Gabriel Valley (SGV) youth with a talent contest which could net someone a grand prize of $300, second place $200, and third place $100.

If you are a youth of any age, up to 19 years old, then showcase your talents. All acts, individuals or groups are welcomed.

The schedule for the next Got Teen Talent? competition will be as follows:

– Pre-judging: Saturday, Oct. 1, from 4 p.m. to 9 p.m.

– The finals: Saturday, Oct. 15, from 5 p.m. to 9 p.m.

Competition location will be at Viva Dance Studio, 2160 Huntington Drive in Duarte.

With much success in the recent South Pasadena Got Teen Talent? competition, Roberts is giving youths from the east side of the SGV a chance to win big.

Want to be a competitor? Want to attend? Support our youth and participate as 100 percent of all proceeds go to the education and prevention of teen alcoholism, teen drug addiction, and teen suicide.

Also, hear Roberts’ message of success, learning success, getting educated on success, being taught success, and what it takes to be successful.

Roberts has become the face of hope, determination, motivation, inspiration, and making something from nothing. Being a successful entrepreneur for the last three decades, he shares his ways!

For more information on the event, contact (310) 890-3348,, or visit

August 8, 2016

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