Drew Norris, our Student Government President, hosted NGU Got Talent and kept the audience entertained between each act.
JJ Pearson shows the audience his intriguing magic tricks by using one of the judges as a volunteer.
While playing "Funkify," this young man won the students' hearts and received a lot of applause.
Pedro Mateo previously planned to play a song on the piano but decided last minute to sing Alive by Hillsong.
Gabe Herndon inspired the audience with his spoken word and poem of "Why I Write."
Christal Potter and Christian Dibert sing "Shoulders" and leave the audience speechless with their performance.
Chanel Brown shows her talent by moving the audience with spoken word.
Lenny Pasano, while using a loop, sings "Shut up and Dance" and instantly gets the audience involved.
Valorie Bostik shows the audience her awesome talent of playing the drums.
Singing Lovesong by The Cure, Lachune Boyd along with Darren Luke on the keyboard, Jacob Bradford on bass, Timothy Hogue on the saxophone and Shane Byler on the drums were the winners of NGU got Talent.
Connor Edwards played the guitar while Nate Legos sang "Thanks for the Broken Heart."
Jon Andrews and Will Ayer entertain the audience with an improv skit of "The Princess Bride."
Maliek Burrell, Arden Maney and Joel Player with an amazing duet. Maney sang "Thinking Out Loud" while Burrell simultaneously sang "I'm Not the Only One."
Tony Beam, along with three other faculty, took the stage and sang popular songs for the audience's enjoyment.
Pete Wilbanks performs "Sharp Dressed Man" and leaves the audience wanting a huge encore.
Julie Styles, aka Taylor Swift, sings "Shake it Off" at NGU got Talent.
After throwing his hat to the audience, Billy Watson sings "I'm the Man" by Aloe Blacc.