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Jason’s Dance Moves Wows Suva Crowd

Jason’s Dance Moves Wows Suva Crowd
Nescafe Make your Move 2' winner Jason Adrian following his final preformance at Albert Park in Suva on March 10, 2018. Photo: Ronald Kumar.
March 11
10:35 2018
Nescafe Make your Move 2 one of the six finalist, Joseimaraya Ryland during her final preformance at Albert Park in Suva on March 10, 2018.Photo:Ronald Kumar.

Nescafe Make your Move 2 one of the six finalist, Joseimaraya Ryland during her final preformance at Albert Park in Suva on March 10, 2018.Photo:Ronald Kumar.

Jason Aiden Adrian proudly walked away with the Nescafe Make Your Move Season 2 ti­tle this year.

The 18-year-old, who was born in New Zealand but raised in Suva, is currently a Year 13 student of Ma­hatma Gandhi Memorial School.

Jason walked away with a trophy and $3000 cash yesterday after the Nescafe Make Your Move Season 2 finale at Albert Park in Suva. With that prize money he plans to further his studies in the field of dance.

Nescafe Make your Move 2 Neha Narayan , one of the six finalist during her final preformance at Albert Park in Suva on March 10, 2018.Photo:Ronald Kumar.

Nescafe Make your Move 2 Neha Narayan , one of the six finalist during her final preformance at Albert Park in Suva on March 10, 2018.Photo:Ronald Kumar.

Six finalists displayed great skills and talent that wowed more than 200 members of the public.

Jason dedicated his win to God, who made it possible for him to dance and win.

He said his win would not have been made possible without the blessings of God and family sup­port.

Although he had struggled to keep up with his academic and rehears­als, Jason said he kept praying that everything would work out fine for him.

“It was a big struggle to ensure that I am well up to date with my academics as well as prepare for the eliminations to finale round,” he said.

 

 

Nescafe Make your Move 2 Neha Narayan , one of the six finalist during her final preformance at Albert Park in Suva on March 10, 2018.Photo:Ronald Kumar.

Nescafe Make your Move 2 Neha Narayan , one of the six finalist during her final preformance at Albert Park in Suva on March 10, 2018.Photo:Ronald Kumar.

“We had short tests in between the classes and at the same time, I had to prepare for my performances too. But everything was made pos­sible through the blessings and guidance of God.

“Next for me is to try and get a scholarship in dance field to study overseas so I can open studios here in Fiji and abroad after getting rec­ognised globally for credibility in dance to raise Fiji’s dance indus­try.”

The winners were:

Winner with $3000 cash prize and a story: Jason Aiden Adrian

First runner-up with $1500 cash prize: Joseimaraya Ryland

Second runner-up with $1000 cash prize: Shania Estelle Datt

Best costume with prop setup prize and $500 cash prize: Elijah Leweni­qila

Edited by Naisa Koroi

Feedback: ashna.kumar@fijisun.com.fj

 

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