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UCLA Spring Sing 2013

By Neil Bedi, Yin Fu

May 18, 2013 5:55 p.m.

The Student Alumni Association and other staff prepare Pauley Pavilion hours before the start of the event.

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Paula Abdul is escorted on stage as a judge amid loud cheering and shouting.

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The duet Arianna Afsar and Andrew Cedar open as the first act for UCLA's Spring Sing.

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The Protagonist, a guitar and violin duo, performs its song "Duality."

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Suze Papazyan sings and plays the keyboard during her performance at Spring Sing.

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The HOOLIGAN Theatre Group performs its musical act "Bruin and the Beast."

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The MC, Company, performs a transitionary skit parodying weight-lifting techniques.

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First-year dance student Sarah Summers sings while playing her banjo on stage.

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Company performs a skit honoring the famous Covel crossing guard, Michael Miyake.

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The Scattertones were the first a cappella group to perform on Friday night.

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The Free Food band performs with a band made up of several horns and various other instruments that support the lead singer's vocals.

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M.C. Hammer accepts the 2013 George and Ira Gershwin Award for Lifetime Musical Achievement halfway through the event.

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ACA Hip Hop dances on stage after intermission. =

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Fourth-year psychology student Andrew Marian performs solo.

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Company personify the UCLA residence halls during another skit.

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Random Voices performs a bold arrangement of Kayne West's songs “Power” and “Love Lockdown."

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Halle Charlton performed at Spring Sing for a second time Friday night.

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Pi Kappa Phi and Delta Gamma perform a Superman-based skit to an altered version of The Wanted’s “Glad You Came.”

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Fourth-year philosophy student Philip Harp performs as a soloist during Spring Sing.

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India Carney leads the India Carney Band with powerful vocals.

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Company performs a witty skit filled with puns based on Batman characters.

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Bruin Harmony performs an a cappella version of “Ignition” by R. Kelly.

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The Street Hearts perform the final musical act at UCLA's Spring Sing.

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Alpha Delta Pi and Theta Xi accept the Best Overall Participation award.

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Bruin Harmony accepts the Best A Cappella award. Bruin Harmony went on to win Best Overall Entry.

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