I am so excited to begin sharing my journey to Nationals with you all! Winning this title just one month ago was an amazing whirlwind experience that I would love to relive again and again. I have grown up very comfortable with being onstage, and I have been in many plays and productions within my community that have all culminated in a confident stage presence. I know that these years of hard work in the theatrical and musical world have helped to lead to my success in the regional MTC competition, and I cannot wait to continue working on, and improving these skills as I work towards the big competition in August! I absolutely love musical performances involving singing and piano, so naturally I am incredibly happy MTC nationals has a talent section! My journey to the crown began in 2016 when I applied on a whim, and I am so happy I did! I mean, who would turn down the chance to be a princess? But, more than ballgowns, makeup, and curls, this competition is about using your passion as your platform and making a difference in the community. This year holds so many exciting things for me as I wrap up my last year of highschool (refer to the graduation head-shot below of a very excited me), but it also holds in store some significant changes. I am so grateful to be a part of the MTC experience which will allow me to grow in so many ways before I head off to University!
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