The Blackstreet Boyz, Alfred and Seymour draw the winning entry to the Takin? It To The Schools competition. Photo: BRUCE THOMA
The Blackstreet Boyz, Alfred and Seymour draw the winning entry to the Takin? It To The Schools competition. Photo: BRUCE THOMA

Narranga?s laughing



STUDENTS at Narranga Primary School have been warned: bring your laughing gear to school on Friday or else you will have The Blackstreet Boyz, Alfred and Seymour, to answer to.

"You all had better bring your laughing caps or don't bother coming, because I will point you out if you're not laughing. There will be no negative energy allowed," Alfred said.

Flying in to Coffs Harbour yesterday from Los Angeles, cousins Alfred and Seymour fought off the impending jet-lag long enough to draw the name of the winning school for the Takin' It To The Schools competition.

Among thousands of entries the boys pulled out the lucky entry, announcing 'Narranga Primary ? we are coming to you'.

In town for the International Buskers Festival, the break dancing and comedy act are looking forward to their special performance.

"The kids should expect a way-out, high-energy show with lots of laughs," Seymour promises.

Appearing on Nickelodeon, they are no strangers to performing for a younger audience but also promise a laugh for the adults.

"Our show is broad enough for everyone to enjoy, so teachers better bring their laughing caps as well," Alfred said.



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