Tamati Coffey's got talent

KELSEY FLETCHER
Last updated 09:46 01/04/2012
Tamati Coffey
Fairfax NZ
TALENTED HOST: Tamati Coffey will host New Zealand's Got Talent.

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Weatherman Tamati Coffey has been announced as the new host of New Zealand's Got Talent.

TVOne's new entertainment series is set to hit our screens in coming months after auditions are held throughout the country.

Coffey says the opportunity to host New Zealand's biggest talent show is an honour and an enormous challenge.

"A show of the size and scope of New Zealand's Got Talent is going to take the country by storm," he says.

"We'll be travelling the length and breadth of both the North and South Islands to search out some of our most talented performers, be they singers, dancers, illusionists or comics!''

Coffey says no stone will be left unturned to ensure the very best of Kiwi talent is showcased.

More details about New Zealand's Got Talent will be revealed in coming months including the judging panel line-up, what's up for grabs and when Tamati and the New Zealand's Got Talent team will be coming to your town.

Pre-auditions will begin on Breakfast from the end of April.

The Got Talent roadshow takes off after that with auditions being held up and down the country.

NEW ZEALAND'S GOT TALENT

- The show will screen twice a week from September to November
- The winner will claim a cash prize of about $100,000
- Visit the Got Talent website to enter.

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