"Hallelujah" global song contest.
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Fourteen young Jewish singers from around the world will be taking part in the grand final of the "Hallelujah" global Jewish song contest Saturday.
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The final, taking place in Ramat HaSharon, marks the end of the song contest which saw 29 contestants aged between 16 and 30 arrive in Israel to follow their dream of making it big in the music industry.
The finalists in second and third place will win cash prizes. The winner will receive a cash prize, offers for career advancement and offers to perform in front of Jewish communities throughout the world. He or she will also record a song, which will be released to Israeli national radio and various radio stations around the globe.The 14 finalists:
Brent Michelle Godman
Elinor Ben Hamo
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