TVNZ persona Jack Tame kicked off the “world’s greatest (smallest) pageant”.
Tammy’s Tiny Pageant, hosted by radio station George FM, had a report crowd – of 1.
He took the small yard stage of the sellout occasion to carry out an acoustic rendition of the traditional noughties hip-hop tune Journey Wit Me by Nelly.
The competitors winner and listener of the present, named Cain, was the fortunate fan serenaded by the Q+A number and his guitar.
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Armed together with his guitar and a rendition of a traditional Nelly hit, Jack Tame kicked off the “world’s greatest (smallest) pageant”.
Stuff was instructed the festival-goer had a concern of enormous crowds and the one-man pageant was a “dream gig”.
From 8am till 5.15pm, a variety of Kiwi DJs took the stage, together with Benny Boy, Dick Johnson and P-Cash, with rapper Kings concluding the daytime gig.
The creator of the pageant, Tammy Davis, typically watches Tame’s performances on social media, which prompted him to place him on the road up.
Tame’s vocal talents have beforehand made headlines when he uploaded a video of himself singing Cardi B’s I Like It.
When requested what his musical ambitions had been, Tame responded: “Umm… I am only a nerd who loves hip hop!”