YG Entertainment Largest Global Audition Begins, 'Next Generation Star Unearthed'
By Staff Writer | June 16, 2012 08:27 AM EDT
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YG announced that, "In order to find the next generation's super star we will be holding auditions in 5 countries and in 8 cities."
YG also announced that their agency will be able to support the contestants in their strong points and weak points as well with their one-on-one teaching system.
YG has proudly created world stars who have received prestigious awards such as Big Bang's first MTV Europe Music Award (EMA), the World Wide Act Award and 2NE1's MTV IGGY Best New Band in the World Award.
YG also stated, "There have been many requests from many other countries wanting to be an YG trainee. Here at YG, as long as you have the passion and the drive, we do not care where you come from, you are welcome here."
For those who wish to audition for this YG global audition, you can visit the YG audition homepage to register. YG plans on having the final auditions in Korea after the 1st round applicants have been chosen.
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