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Chrissy D first on party stage


Added 16 July 2018


Artistes and their representatives after they drew their positions in the Party Monarch finals. (Picture by Natanga Smith.)

Newcomer Chrissy D will perform first in the Party Monarch finals coming off on Sunday, July 29.

The finalists drew for positions early this morning during a taping of Festival Stage at the Caribbean Broadcasting Cooperation.

Chrissy D will be followed by Stiffy who is a newcomer this competition.

Defending monarch Lil Rick will perform at position number six and will be followed by former Party Monarch Mikey.

The full line-up of the finalists in the order they will perform are: Chrissy D, Stiffy, Ashawnya, Mac Fingall, Mr Blood & iWeb, Lil Rick, Mikey, Nikita and Mistah Dale. The reserve is Kirk Brown. (DB)


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