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LEFT: Fitchburg High School student Sean Caissey poses on stage during the casual wear part of the Mr. FHS Pageant, Thursday night. RIGHT: Leominster High School senior Adam Stathas poses on stage during the formal wear portion of the Mr. LHS Pageant, Thursday night. (SENTINEL ENTERPRISE PHOTOS / JONATHAN PHILLIPS)
"This is very disturbing," judge Sammy Collins, a social studies teacher, said after Florian's performance. "Did you think about this before you did it?"
Events throughout the night ranged in theme and quality.
A panel of six faculty judges awarded Nick McNamara, 17, a senior at the school, the crown of Mr. FHS Thursday night in the school's auditorium. McNamara, along with his 13 foes for the title, were graded on three categories Burberry Luggage Ashby
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"Some (contestants) are worried about making a fool of themselves, others do it on a daily basis," she said. "Some of them have talent."
Other students showed off their muscles as if they were in a body building contest while another student tap danced to music from "Riverdance."
"Make the judges laugh, get the crowd to make some noise and win," he said.
McGavin said she wasn't totally surprised by the behavior she saw on stage.
He rejected the notion that dressing as a princess was cross dressing.
Kelly McGavin, another judge said it's not about the quality of the performances, it's about the authenticity.
Ismail Disu claimed he could jump over ten people, but then only jumped over one during his talent performance. Fernando Florian dressed in a pink ballerina suit and danced to the "Waltz of the Flowers" from "The Nutcracker."
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Judge Jake Olson wondered where McNamara got the courage to do such an act.
"Whatever it is they choose to do, they have to do it all the way," she said during intermission about how she was judging the students. "It really takes guts to get up on that stage."
Senior Jaime Matias, who finished in second place, sported his baseball uniform and in one skit he pretended to pitch a baseball, hit it and make a leaping catch. Later in the show, he performed his dance skills to Michael Jackson's "Thriller," including various break dancing moves.
"It's for school spirit, it's not about the money," said Joan Cayer, the faculty yearbook adviser for the school. "This event is about getting the seniors together one more time to carry on what is now an FHS tradition."
wear, talent and formal attire.
McNamara's talent: Cross dressing as Prada Bag Names Jasmine, the Arabian princess from the Disney movie "Aladdin" and singing the song "A Whole New World."
"I was getting into character," he said.
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"This means a lot to the kids," she said. "The guys and girls work together very closely to get the judges, decorate the auditorium. They do it all and they do it with a smile."
The third annual event raised money for the school's yearbook, which is self funded and throws events throughout the year to pay for its creation.
One of the favorite acts of the night, judging by audience response, was McNamara's rendition of "A Whole New World."
Kathleen "Grandma" Charrier works with the school's vice principals and was another judge. She said the event is important for school spirit.
About 175 students, parents and teachers attended the event.
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