Anita Sarawak and Strictly Come Dancing? No, it's Singapore's Seniors Got Talent

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It is not Anita Sarawak.

It is singer Sabrina Scully in a glittering head-to-toe silvery outfit performing at this year's Seniors Got Talent finals on Monday (Dec 19).

She won the second prize of $500 for her rendition of The Impossible Dream at Civil Service Club at Tessensohn Road near Serangoon.

The first prize of $1,000 went to dancers Dynna and Peter who performed a ballroom and Latin routine.

Dynna said: “We were surprised to win because other contestants also deliver high standards. Most importantly, it is the experience and friendship we gained. Now it is the time to relax.”

Dancers Michael and Sharon clinched the third prize of $300.

Three dancing couples and nine solo singers above the age of 50 competed in the event organised by Singapore Association for Continuing Education (SACE) for the fourth time.

SACE, a member of the National Silver Academy, focuses on learning activities for Third Agers (age 50 and above). It forms learning communities in specific areas for continuing learning and fellowship.

Stomper Mike, who is an SACE instructor, volunteered in the sound room at the event.

The Stomper also shared photos of the winners.

Seniors Got Talent chairman Irene Wee said: “Seniors are using their talents to perform for others proving they still have their moments of glory.”

Anita Sara... sorry, Sabrina added: “I felt the love, care and vibrancy in this event. I’m grateful for the experience.”