The Staring Man Wins Greencastle’s Got Talent Again For 9th Year Running

Dermie's Deadly Stare

Dermie’s Deadly Stare

To tumultuous applause and four wolf whistles, Greencastle man Dermie Devlins won his home club’s talent contest for the ninth consecutive year with his ‘Deadly Stare’ act which sees him stare at the judges for 4 minutes solid without blinking. 

Despite stiff competition from a man from Plumbridge who can spin on his backside using a broom handle for manoeuvring and a woman with a moustache from Glenelly, Devlins took 98% of the vote from the audience in attendance, a new record despite no change in his act since his first victory in 2007.

Chief judge Jilly Kincon explained the result:

“Everyone knew who the class act in the field was. Devlins’ Deadly Stare really is deadly. He just stares like, for 4 minutes and doesn’t blink at all. It’s like a goat or the devil himself. Staring is not something any Tom, Dick or Harry can do. Well Dermie can.”

A small protest outside the clubrooms caused some disruption around midnight when friends and family of the Kildress entry refused to allow cars to leave until the judges were replaced and a new competition held. Their man, Kieran Molloy, who sang ‘Do You Want Yer Oul Lobby Washed Down‘ in Ulster Scots, received no votes.

Traffic was eventually allowed past when organisers agreed to buy a round for all Kildress supporters at the show.

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Posted on May 29, 2015, in Glenelly, Greencastle, Kildress, Plumbridge and tagged , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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