Wednesday, September 21, 2011

City Center Performance

City Center Performance, September 21st 2011

As I mentioned in one of my previous blog that the grand finals environment is back in Super singer and having said that, we had our finalists perform live on September 15th 2011 at City Center mall. This performance at the City Center was telecasted today in the Vijay TV. Sivakarthikeyan and Divya were hosting the show and it was good to see Shivakarthikeyan back in Super singer.

Pooja started the performance at City Center with her "whoz the hero" from Manmadhan ambu. There was good acknowledgement from the crowd for Pooja and Shiva said that "girl enter aana odane sound jaasthiya iruku" and Pooja replied back asking "poramaya iruka ?".

Sathyaprakash came into the stage and said that we came here to entertain you and hope you guys enjoy well to the public in the mall. His "Sa re ga me" form Boys was with super claps from audience. Divya said "awesommu" ;). Sai followed him and thanked public to choose him for the finals.. "inga banner vekka neenga thaan karanam, thanks to all" He sang "Taxi Taxi" song from Sakkarakatti and people started dancing for his performance.

Santhosh also thanked everyone for selecting him in the wild card and is also expecting the same from them for the finals. Shivakarthikeyan said that Santosh will sing super star Rajnikanth.... avar pattu illa, avaroda marumagan pattu.. His "otha sollala" from Aadukalam got super duper response from people around there. Finally the team thanked City Center MD and public for having them and us entertained during this time. With only 1 day left for the grand finals, the show is all set for the grand evening. Vijay TV is telecasting this show live to viewers in India and also outside India. All of us eagerly waiting to watch it..

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