Child star mania
Child star mania is on the rise! Popular shows like Star Search and American Junior Idol are searching for the next child star. Parents who have talented children are pushing hard to get a spot on one of these shows to make their children famous.
Children need management but more importantly they require support and love from their families. It's a dog-eat-dog business that can chew you up and spit you out at a moment's notice. The loss of privacy, gossip, and constant scrutiny can be devastating for some.
Former Child Stars
Child stars from ages 6 to 13 are being sought out by Hollywood executives to form a five band group. The ten finalists will battle it out for a spot in the top five and a chance to become what may very well be the next Backstreet Boys.
Parents from all over the U.S. are doing all they can to give their children the opportunity to become famous. These children are judged not only on their singing skills but their ability to dance.
American Juniors evolved from the highly popular American Idol that captivated millions. Finalists like Clay Aiken and Kimberly Locke who didn't win the top spot have secured a fan base for themselves that will likely see them have the type of success Rueben Studdard is experiencing.
Britney Spears stars on Star Search
Former Star Search losers
Tiffany Evans winner of the junior singing final on Star Search is expected to really turn heads in the music industry. Before she won the $100,000.00 prize she and her family were living out of their car. Her big break really changed their lives. She walked off the stage with a perfect score of 20 and is ready to take on the music world.
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