'America's Got Talent' Contestant to Perform at Ferris

Kenneth "XClusive" ParyoKenneth “XClusive” Paryo has danced his way around the nation and will make a stop at Ferris State University, courtesy of Entertainment Unlimited, at 8 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 13 in the Rankin Student Center Dome Room.

“XClusive has a unique sense of style and genuine talent,” says Liz Fabode, EU’s vice president of programming. “I have never seen a person perform anything like him. We’re excited to bring him to campus since he has been successful at other universities like Georgia State, where he opened up for Trey Songz.”

XClusive started dancing at age 13 after he attended a step show. After four years of self-taught practice, he performed his own freestyle moves at competitions, high schools and church events. He became a featured contestant during the third season of NBC’s reality television series “American’s Got Talent.”

The event is free and open to the public.

For more information about the event and EU, contact Fabode by email at fabodea@ferris.edu.


Last updated: 11-19-2012