Modelled after the hit TV show, MUHC’s Got Talent takes MUHC health care professionals out of the clinic and onto the stage to showcase their hidden talents for a good cause.
The fundraising event supports causes at the MUHC closest to each performer’s heart, from cancer research to respiratory care.
Make a donation to the MUHC Foundation to cast your vote.
Two MUHC stars will be crowned by voters, and three will be selected for prizes by a star-studded panel of celebrity judges.
The performer with the most unique votes, as decided by you, will be crowned the Fan Favourite.
The performer who raises the most donations will be recognized as the Fundraising Champion.
The top three performers will be selected to receive cash prizes to benefit their causes.
A singer, magazine editor, entrepreneur, speaker, actress, host and author, Mitsou Gélinas is one of the most influential personalities in Quebecois and Canadian culture. A born communicator, her radio programs are beloved across Greater Montreal. She is founder of Mitsou Magazine and co-owner of music, film and TV companies Groupe Dazmo, Grandé Studios and Ray-on.
When it comes to enthusiasm, energy and passion for music, Jason Rockman is tough to beat. He has been a professional musician for almost 25 years and has sold over 120,000 records worldwide. As the lead singer of Slaves on Dope he has shared the stage with the likes of Ozzy Osbourne, Our Lady Peace, Queens of the Stone Age, and countless others. It is fair to say that Jason has been there AND bought the T-shirt. In 2021, he launched a podcast called The Rockman Power Hour in which he talks all things pop culture.
Catherine Verdon Diamond is a beloved radio and television personality. She has worked with CBC Montreal and Breakfast Television Montreal. She is currently the co-host of The Beat 5@7 with Catherine & Cat. Catherine lives in Laval with her husband, Dwayne and her two sons.
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One night. 10 remarkable performances.
The first annual MUHC’s Got Talent was a night to remember, raising $677,000 to support a variety of causes at the MUHC. The exciting evening, hosted by singer-songwriter Florence K, treated attendees to a rocking cover of Prince’s “Purple Rain” by respirologist Dr. Jason Shahin and his band, the Heartbeats. The John Rennie Glee Club performed a sugary-sweet ABBA medley in support of Dr. Lucy Gilbert’s DOvEE test for the early detection of ovarian cancer. Dr. Pamela Jones, orthopedic surgeon at the Lachine Hospital, wowed the audience with an angelic aria. And singer-songwriter Billie du Page treated the audience to two gorgeous original songs in support of Dr. Don Vinh’s research into rare and genetic diseases. Quebecers joined the fun in person at the Corona Theatre or by watching the livestream, and casting their vote.
Watch the 2022 highlight reel here
John Rennie High School glee club, among others, set to perform at Corona Theatre for a good cause.
Montreal's top doctors traded in their surgical instruments for musical ones as they performed in MUHC's Got Talent.
Montreal doctors are revealing their hidden talents in a competition to raise funds for causes close to their hearts.