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THE FINALISTS PERFORM IN FOUR DIFFERENT LANGUAGES, ON "HIGH SCHOOL MUSICAL: GET IN THE PICTURE," MONDAY, AUGUST 18

Posted on 08/16/2008 by RealityWanted in High School Musical

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"Roll with the Punches" - The kids roll with the punches and perform "Get'cha Head in the Game," a popular single from "High School Musical," in four different languages as they prepare for their first performance as a group, on "High School Musical: Get in the Picture," MONDAY, AUGUST 18 (8:00-9:00 p.m., ET) on the ABC Television Network. Nick Lachey hosts.

At the end of the series, one talented newcomer will become a part of "High School Musical" history. The winner will literally "get in the picture" when he/she stars in a music video shown in the end credits of the feature film, Disney's "High School Musical 3: Senior Year," opening this fall. In addition, the winner will also receive an exclusive talent hold agreement with ABC and a recording contract for two digital singles with Walt Disney Records, one of which will be a version of the song from the music video.
    
Executive producers of "High School Musical: Get in the Picture" are Jay Blumenfield and Tony Marsh (both of "Here Come the Newlyweds"). The production company is The Jay and Tony Show.
    
Kmart is the proud on-air and online retail partner of "High School Musical: Get in the Picture."

Disney's "High School Musical" has been seen by over 250 million viewers and the sequel, "High School Musical 2," has been seen by more than 195 million viewers in 24 languages globally. The movies spawned stage productions at schools and in professional theatres around the world, multi-platinum CDs, DVDs and books, a successful consumer products franchise at mass retailers, themed shows at Disney Parks in Anaheim, Orlando and Paris, a sold-out 42 date arena concert tour in North America and Latin America and a popular touring ice show around the world.

"High School Musical: Get in the Picture" airs with Spanish subtitles via secondary closed captioning. A TV parental guideline will be posted closer to airdate.

 

(Photo courtesy of ABC)

 


  

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