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Tropes that might appear during this plot include CrackDefeat, DarkHorseVictory, OneJudgeToRuleThemAll.

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Tropes that might appear during this plot include CrackDefeat, DarkHorseVictory, OneJudgeToRuleThemAll.
OneJudgeToRuleThemAll. See also FailedAuditionPlot.


* The ''WesternAnimation/TotalDramaIsland'' episode, "Not Quite Famous" features a talent show as the challenge.

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* The ''WesternAnimation/TotalDramaIsland'' ''WesternAnimation/TotalDrama'' episode, "Not Quite Famous" features a talent show as the challenge.


* Girls und Panzer: OVA 6 includes a talent show, with the teams competing for 100,000¥ worth of [[spoiler: dried sweet potatoes]]. As a twist, none of the teams are allowed to use their typical specialty (for example, the Duck Team, composed of the disbanded volleyball team, can't do anything related to volleyball), but that doesn't stop Hippo Team/the historical team from inserting period history references into their production of LittleWomen.

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* Girls und Panzer: OVA 6 includes a talent show, with the teams competing for 100,000¥ worth of [[spoiler: dried sweet potatoes]]. As a twist, none of the teams are allowed to use their typical specialty (for example, the Duck Team, composed of the disbanded volleyball team, can't do anything related to volleyball), but that doesn't stop Hippo Team/the historical team from inserting period history references into their production of LittleWomen.''Literature/LittleWomen''.

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* ''Webcomic/ItHurts'' has its main cast participate in one, even after all the violent and chaotic shit that should have postponed it. [[spoiler:It's surprisingly also the WhamEpisode, given that Aurora, the main character's love interest, destroys the world just by singing.]]
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* The ''WesternAnimation/KimPossible'' episode "Rappin' Drakken", where Dr. Drakken went on [[AmericanIdol "American Starmaker"]] to promote his [[MayContainEvil brainwashing shampoo and cranium rinse]]. Ron (filling in for Kim, who was fighting Shego backstage) did the Naked Mole Rap.

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* The ''WesternAnimation/KimPossible'' episode "Rappin' Drakken", where Dr. Drakken went on [[AmericanIdol [[Series/AmericanIdol "American Starmaker"]] to promote his [[MayContainEvil brainwashing shampoo and cranium rinse]]. Ron (filling in for Kim, who was fighting Shego backstage) did the Naked Mole Rap.


* ''Series/{{Good Luck Charlie}}'': Teddy rehearses a dance number with Spencer for the talent contest, but Spencer gets out of it by faking a broken angle when he finds out that Teddy is a bad dancer. Teddy then has Emmett be her new dancing partner...with disastrous results.[[note]]A {{Brick Joke}} in the episode what Emmett and PJ argue over which one of them will play the dummy in their suggested valentruism idea for the contest. After Emmett leaves PJ to dance with Teddy, PJ makes Charlie the dummy.

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* ''Series/{{Good Luck Charlie}}'': Teddy rehearses a dance number with Spencer for the talent contest, but Spencer gets out of it by faking a broken angle when he finds out that Teddy is a bad dancer. Teddy then has Emmett be her new dancing partner...with disastrous results.[[note]]A [[note]] A {{Brick Joke}} in the episode what Emmett and PJ argue over which one of them will play the dummy in their suggested valentruism idea for the contest. After Emmett leaves PJ to dance with Teddy, PJ makes Charlie the dummy.


* ''Series/{{Good Luck Charlie}}'': Teddy rehearses a dance number with Spencer for the talent contest, but Spencer gets out of it by faking a broken angle when he finds out that Teddy is a bad dancer. Teddy then has Emmett be her new dancing partner...with disastrous results.[[note|A {{Brick Joke}} in the episode what Emmett and PJ argue over which one of them will play the dummy in their suggested valentruism idea for the contest. After Emmett leaves PJ to dance with Teddy, PJ makes Charlie the dummy]]

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* ''Series/{{Good Luck Charlie}}'': Teddy rehearses a dance number with Spencer for the talent contest, but Spencer gets out of it by faking a broken angle when he finds out that Teddy is a bad dancer. Teddy then has Emmett be her new dancing partner...with disastrous results.[[note|A [[note]]A {{Brick Joke}} in the episode what Emmett and PJ argue over which one of them will play the dummy in their suggested valentruism idea for the contest. After Emmett leaves PJ to dance with Teddy, PJ makes Charlie the dummy]]dummy.


* ''Series/{{Good Luck Charlie}}'': Teddy rehearses a dance number with Spencer for the talent contest, but Spencer gets out of it by faking a broken angle when he finds out that Teddy is a bad dancer. Teddy then has Emmett be her new dancing partner...with disastrous results.note[[A {{Brick Joke}} in the episode what Emmett and PJ argue over which one of them will play the dummy in their suggested valentruism idea for the contest. After Emmett leaves PJ to dance with Teddy, PJ makes Charlie the dummy]]

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* ''Series/{{Good Luck Charlie}}'': Teddy rehearses a dance number with Spencer for the talent contest, but Spencer gets out of it by faking a broken angle when he finds out that Teddy is a bad dancer. Teddy then has Emmett be her new dancing partner...with disastrous results.note[[A [[note|A {{Brick Joke}} in the episode what Emmett and PJ argue over which one of them will play the dummy in their suggested valentruism idea for the contest. After Emmett leaves PJ to dance with Teddy, PJ makes Charlie the dummy]]


* ''Series/{{Good Luck Charlie}}'': Teddy rehearses a dance number with Spencer for the talent contest, but Spencer gets out of it by faking a broken angle when he finds out that Teddy is a bad dancer. Teddy then has Emmett be her new dancing partner...with disastrous results.[[note: A {{Brick Joke}} in the episode what Emmett and PJ argue over which one of them will play the dummy in their suggested valentruism idea for the contest. After Emmett leaves PJ to dance with Teddy, PJ does the ventrualism act and makes Charlie the dummy]].

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* ''Series/{{Good Luck Charlie}}'': Teddy rehearses a dance number with Spencer for the talent contest, but Spencer gets out of it by faking a broken angle when he finds out that Teddy is a bad dancer. Teddy then has Emmett be her new dancing partner...with disastrous results.[[note: A note[[A {{Brick Joke}} in the episode what Emmett and PJ argue over which one of them will play the dummy in their suggested valentruism idea for the contest. After Emmett leaves PJ to dance with Teddy, PJ does the ventrualism act and makes Charlie the dummy]].dummy]]

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* ''Series/{{Good Luck Charlie}}'': Teddy rehearses a dance number with Spencer for the talent contest, but Spencer gets out of it by faking a broken angle when he finds out that Teddy is a bad dancer. Teddy then has Emmett be her new dancing partner...with disastrous results.[[note: A {{Brick Joke}} in the episode what Emmett and PJ argue over which one of them will play the dummy in their suggested valentruism idea for the contest. After Emmett leaves PJ to dance with Teddy, PJ does the ventrualism act and makes Charlie the dummy]].


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* ''Series/{{Shake It Up}}'' has the episode "Talent It Up" in which Rocky tries to get back at a rival cheerleader who beats her in everything by winning against her and the entire cheerleading squad at the talent show.

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* ''Series/OutOfJimmysHead'': One episode dealt with a ''[[Series/TheGongShow Gong Show]]''-like talent show, which Robin protests since she doesn't think talent shows should be competitive.



If you're looking for a television show that is all about showing off talents, see TalentShow.



* ''Series/AmericasGotTalent'' - this is Talent Contest, the Reality TV Show.

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* ''Series/AmericasGotTalent'' - this is Talent Contest, the Reality TV Show.

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* ''[[Literature/{{Clementine}} The Talented Clementine]]'' focuses on Clementine being convinced that she can't enter school's talent show because she has no talent that would fit such a show. She and her friend Margaret try desperately to find her a talent throughout the book. In the end, Clementine ends up serving as director of the show along with the school's principal when the teacher who's supposed to be doing it has to leave due to an emergency. It turns out that Clementine is very talented when it comes to knowing what's needed for the various acts and how to keep the show moving along smoothly.
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