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Flintshire musical duo Click22 in final five of competition to support Ne-yo on tour

MUSICIANS Click22 have made it through to the final five of a competition to win the chance support international artist Ne-yo at the Liverpool Echo Arena.

The pair – made up of singer-songwriters Ceejay Morrison, from Hawarden and Owen Davies, also known as Prospekt, of Mold – are asking Flintshire residents to vote for them.

To listen to their song Superstar featuring dance diva Nikki Belle visit www.radiocity.co.uk/gig you will then see Click22 & Nikki Belle featured in the final five, click on the link to view video and listen to the song.

The winner will be the group/artist with the highest number of votes by 5pm on Wednesday, March 6. Proceeds from voting will go to the charity Cash for Kids.

Each vote costs £1 and Click22’s song number will be 01. To vote: text song01 then a space followed by the amount in pounds you want to donate just as a number to 70070.

For example to vote 5 times/ donate £5 text song01 5 then send to number 70070.

The maximum donation per text is £10 but you can make as many text donations as you want up to the max of £10 each text.

Alternatively call Radio City on 0151 472 6965 or log on to www.radiocity.co.uk/gig to vote/donate.

To vote for free people can send a postcard clearly stating the name of the act they would like to win to Your Big Gig, Radio City, St

Johns Beacon, 1 Houghton Street, Liverpool L1 1RL. All votes must be received by March 6 to be included.