Last chance to pick your Brighouse Has Talent finalists

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There are 24 hours left to vote for your favourite acts in the Brighouse Echo presents Brighouse Has Talent.

The polls close on Tuesday, November 25, at 5pm and the top ten acts - as chosen by our readers - will go through to the grand final at Brighouse Civic Hall.

Almost 1,700 votes have been cast so far, and there is still time for you to pick your favourite.

Current front runner is seven-year-old rocker Donnie Catlin, whose performance of the Blink 182 song “All The Small Things” is proving popular with voters.

In second place is 11-year-old singer Ophelia Ormerod with her rendition of “I Dreamed A Dream” from Les Miserables.

Here is the leaderboard so far:

Donnie Catlin - 277 votes

Ophelia Ormerod - 228 votes

Dionne Pamment - 205 votes

Eliza McCann - 201 votes

Jade Maguire - 184 votes

Grace Tordoff - 154 votes

Once Geronimo - 115 votes

Halo - 100 votes

Guy Walker - 58 votes

Andrew Hawley - 52 votes

And Lily Payton, Gus Turner and Julie Woolridge could still qualify for the grand final with a late push.

Unfortunately rap and singing duo Scott Binns and Chloe Wray have had to withdraw from the competition due to work commitments.

All the remaining performers still need your votes to secure their place in the final, so keep voting.

To vote for your favourite, visit the Brighouse Echo website and find the article about your favourite performer.

Then log in and leave a comment on the article, or like the article on Facebook, tweet it on Twitter or share the story.

We’ll reveal the finalists in the Echo on Thursday, November 27.

The live grand final will be held at Brighouse Civic Hall on Monday, December 1, at 7.30pm.

In addition to seeing all the finalists perform, there will also be a special guest appearance by Clifton classical singer Rachel Crisp.

Tickets are priced £2. To book, call 01422 260295.

The Brighouse Echo presents Brighouse Has Talent is sponsored by Lattitude7, Bricks4Kidz and Sleigh & Story, and supported by Brighouse Business Initiative.