Become an internet singing star and support some great causes

SHOW STARS: Last year's Charity Stars final, one of our big winners for Derian House Children's Hospice ' seven-year-old�Ciara Quinn from Preston with compere Danny Matthews

SHOW STARS: Last year's Charity Stars final, one of our big winners for Derian House Children's Hospice ' seven-year-old�Ciara Quinn from Preston with compere Danny Matthews

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THE big Charity Stars Talent Competition which aims to give away more than £3,000 in prizes to good causes is now in full swing with some great videos online for charities including Unique Kidz, British Heart Foundation, Cancer Care, UNICEF, and North West Blood Bikers.

The competition is run by the Furness Building Society in association with the Lancashire Evening Post and The Bay radio, and the latest videos can be seen at www.furnessbs.co.uk/charitystars or www.thebay.co.uk/promotions/charity-stars.

Charity supporters and budding stars can record their performance on a smartphone, tablet, camera or computer now and upload their videos to get in on the act and appear in the live final at the Lancaster Grand Theatre on January 30, 2016.

The top cash prize is £1,000 and every finalist take away at least £100 for their charity.

The ultimate winner will also get their taste of fame by becoming a ‘Star for a Day at the Bay’ and recording their own video and music session with the station.

Entrants can upload their videos via The Bay or Furness Building Society websites www.furnessbs.co.uk/charitystars or www.thebay.co.uk/promotions/charity-stars.

Twelve finalists will be chosen to appear in a live show at the Lancaster Grand Theatre on January 30, 2016 to compete for a share of the cash prizes.

A further two finalists will be chosen as ‘wild card’ entries by The Bay radio audience the joint the line-up in the live show.

Singers, dancers, bands, choirs, comics, acrobats or novelty acts of all ages are all invited to take part and do something special for their chosen charity.