In April Antonia Prebble
will join New Zealand’s children charity Variety
on the Variety Vietnam Cycling Trip
fundraiser – acharity bike ride through Vietnam to raise funds for the Bikes for Kids programme. The programme in 2011 will focus on children affected by the earthquake in Christchurch. Continue reading…
Back in November Meryl Cassie
was on stage at the New Zealand Variety Show
, the show was broadcast on TVNZ on Christmas Eve, and finally we get the chance to see a video of Meryl’s performance!
Meryl performed the song Broken Heels, made popular by Alexandra Burke, she was joined on stage with the Candy Lane Dancers
. With thanks to Tonytai2017
attended the Variety Show Concert
press conference at the Rendezvous Hotel in Auckland, held in the morning of the 11th November.
The main Variety Show event is at 7.30pm on 12th November at the Aotea Centre in Auckland. Where Meryl will be performing on stage. Jessie Gurunathan is also on the bill to perform (yay!). Also on stage to entertain will be Bonnie Tyler, Leo Sayer, John Paul Young, Jay Weston, Frankie Stevens, The Ladykillers, Shane Cortese, Tina Cross, Candy Lane and her Dancers, Stars from Dancing with the Stars, Tim Beveridge, Elizabeth Marvelly, The All New Howard Morrison Trio, Che Fu and 4DG and many others.
Profits from the event will be split equally between the Glenn Family Foundation and Variety charities. Money from the Glenn Family Foundation will go to work in India to prevent the sexual trading of young girls. – With thanks to Stuff for the info and pic.
Meryl and her family have previously performed with Variety, a charity that they have been committed to helping for several years.
Megan Alatini, Monique and Meryl Cassie aka the sisterly singing trio Nubian Angelz are regular patrons of the Variety charity, having performed and attended several of their events.
The trio attended the charity’s Gala event that Variety held at Sky City, in Auckland, on May 12th. Images are from The A List.
The Tribe star, who played Java in the series, is helping out with the childrens charity Variety, where she will be reading to kids. The article can be read here, it is also pasted below. Megan was the runner up in the third season of Dancing With The Stars in New Zealand.