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Gallery: Spring Sing 2018

By Michael Zshornack

May 19, 2018 1:27 p.m.

Students gathered into Pauley Pavilion on Friday night for UCLA's annual Spring Sing event, put on by the UCLA Alumni Association and Student Alumni Association.

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A group of 10 celebrities, including UCLA alumna India Carney, made up the panel of judges that decided on the night's awards.

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Second-year world arts and cultures student Sofie Sheldon opened up the night with her song ''Mama Says.''

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First-year pre-psychology student Foluke Oduntan fills the arena with her powerful voice.

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Celebrity judge Corbin Bleu watches Oduntan's performance.

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ACA Hip Hop took home the night's award for best dance.

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Fourth-year microbiology student Elliot Curry and his duet partner, fourth-year psychobiology student David Li, performed ''Say His Name,'' a song about Curry's relationship with Christ.

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Comedy group Company filled the time between sets with a number of sketches, including one parodying LaVar and LiAngelo Ball.

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Third-year evolutionary biology and ecology student Cole Heramb rocks out while performing with his band The Flame Train.

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UCLA alumnus and lead guitarist of Linkin Park, Brad Delson, accepted the George and Ira Gershwin Award for lifetime musical achievement on behalf of the band. During his speech, Delson reminisced on his years at UCLA, recalling the time the band was rejected from performing at Spring Sing in 1987.(cq)

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Hayden Everett, a first-year jazz and piano performance student, and Caroline Pernick, a first-year musical theater student perform their duet ''For I Fear.''

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A capella group Bruin Harmony belts the final note during its rendition of ''Creep'' by Radiohead.

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Celebrity judge Emily Osment and numerous other judges gave Bruin Harmony a standing ovation at the end of their set.

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Third-year ethnomusicology student Austin Gatus opened his performance alongside third-year psychology student Ryan Glatt with a smooth saxophone solo.

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Company performs a musical number poking fun at the restaurants in Westwood to the tune of ''Belle'' from Beauty and the Beast.

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First-year English student Emily James performs her song ''If Walls Could Talk,'' lit by the crowd's phone flashlights.

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A capella group Scattertones was the final performance of the night. The group closed out Spring Sing 2018 with a lively rendition of ''I Wanna Dance With Somebody'' by Whitney Houston.

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Third-year psychology student Jada Banks-Mace celebrates after her band Jaded takes home the nights award for best band.

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Everett and Pernick took home three awards at the end of the night, including the night's top prize: the Northern California Alumni Grand Sweepstakes Award.

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Michael Zshornack | Photo Editor
Zshornack is the digital managing editor. He was previously the Photo editor, assistant Photo editor and a Photo contributor.
Zshornack is the digital managing editor. He was previously the Photo editor, assistant Photo editor and a Photo contributor.
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