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  • These Beaufort talent show acts get the jitters, but they don't cope by envisioning the crowd in its undies

    For most, the idea of performing for hundreds of strangers would be the show stopper, but not for these youngsters. The Beaufort Water Festival Talent Show on Wednesday at Henry C. Chambers Waterfront Park gave us the opportunity to interview several of the acts to understand how they calm their nerves before taking the stage.

These Beaufort talent show acts get the jitters, but they don't cope by envisioning the crowd in its undies

For most, the idea of performing for hundreds of strangers would be the show stopper, but not for these youngsters. The Beaufort Water Festival Talent Show on Wednesday at Henry C. Chambers Waterfront Park gave us the opportunity to interview several of the acts to understand how they calm their nerves before taking the stage.
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