Meet the Mr. Bloomsburg Finalists!
On April 5 PRSSA will be holding it’s first annual Mr. Bloomsburg competition at 7 pm in the Kehr Union Ballroom. Eight lucky Bloomsburg men will be taking the stage showing off their talents, formal wear, and of course swim wear! Check out this sneak peek at the contestants…
On April 5 PRSSA will be holding it’s first annual Mr. Bloomsburg competition at 7 pm in the Kehr Union Ballroom. Eight lucky Bloomsburg men will be taking the stage showing off their talents, formal wear, and of course swim wear! Now it’s time to get a sneak peek at the contestants and their opening performance.
The first finalist is Erik Coyne, a senior Mass Communications major and a CA on upper campus. He had the judges laughing with his hilarious comedy skit.
Next is Kareem Gatlin, a freshman music major. He blew the judges away with his amazing singing at the auditions. I’m sure he will blow the rest of Bloomsburg away on April 5th.
Dean Grenfell is a senior Math education major and is student teaching this semester, he is also involved with Club Volleyball. Dean danced his way into the competition with his amazing line dancing moves.
Steve Murphy is a senior Computer Forensics major and involved in ROTC. His talent is a comedic take on Napolean Dynamite and Frank the Tank from Old School. However at the auditions he did an interpretive dance to the Pocahontas song, “Colors of the Wind” and left the judges in tears with his performance.
Partick Yurista, a senior Mass Communications major and member of WBUQ made the judges feel like tweens again with his beautiful performance of “I Want It That Way” by the Backstreet Boys.
Ryan Glubo, a Senior Communication Studies major, is actively involved on campus with Delta Kappa Epsilon, Bloomsburg Tennis Team, and the Sports Information office. Ryan had an unusual talent of catching grapes, which was surprisingly amazing.
Keter Crosby, a junior Mass Communications major, took time away from the National Broadcast Society and Husky Football to try out for Mr. Bloomsburg. Keter gave a jaw dropping performance of “I Will Survive” and left the judges stunned.
Last but certainly not least is Michael Acker, a freshman Computer Science major. His talent is voice impressions and he did an amazing job. He performed voices from Shrek, Lord of the Rings, and even Arnold Schwarzenegger!
Tickets will be available at the door for $2 and there will be a bake sale during intermission. Come out and support these guys and the people who were affected by Haiti.