Now United on the search for new member in Middle East

Could you be the next star of the world’s first global pop group?

Now United on the search for new member in Middle East

Dancer, singer and most importantly, fan of Now United? Well, now’s your chance to be the official 15th member of the star pop group.

Now United and Pepsi are on the hunt for potential group members from across the MENA region, and one candidate will be chosen as the group’s newest group member.

Think you have what it takes? All you have to do is submit your best audition video to Fuller and Now United will then select the best candidates to take on a rigorous audition and boot camp planned for late January.

If you got the right stuff, guess what? You’ll be part of the world’s first global pop group. Not a bad thing to have on your CV.

Now United is made up of 14 young artists each from different countries, and recently performed hit songs like For The Love Of It in Dubai for the launch of Pepsi Black.

“The MENA region has such rich and diverse musical influences,” said creator of the group and music industry icon Simon Fuller.

“We are looking forward to finding extraordinary talent who will represent the region on a global stage, whether they are from Riyadh, Amman, Beirut, Cairo, or anywhere else in this wonderful part of the world.”

Now United’s Indian group member Shivani Paliwal commented, “We’re so glad to have Pepsi support us in our search to find the newest addition to our Now United family.”

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