Bravo Media’s “The Kandi Factory,” which follows Grammy Award winner Kandi Burruss as she mentors aspiring musical artists on their potential journeys to stardom, will feature South Plainfield (N.J.) High School senior Cory Singer during its Sunday, May 5, segment at 10 p.m. EST. Singer, who plays the guitar, is an awareness advocate for the New Jersey Center for Tourette Syndrome & Associated Disorders (NJCTS).
And to celebrate his “Kandi Factory” debut, Singer will host a live viewing party for friends, family and interested members of the general public from 9 to 11:30 p.m. May 5 at the Park Avenue Diner in South Plainfield. More information about this event and Cory in general is available by clicking here. For a sneak peek at what those at the viewing party — and the rest of America — will see on Sunday, please click here.
Singer – who has Tourette and Asperger’s syndromes, among other neurological disorders – is one of 16 musicians being mentored by Burruss, a former member of the platinum-selling music group Xscape and a Grammy award-winning singer/songwriter.
“I am so happy and proud to be a part of ‘The Kandi Factory’ on Bravo TV,” said Singer, who is a blogger for the Teens4TS blog and recently advocated for Tourette Syndrome at a roundtable discussion with United States Congressman Leonard Lance (R-NJ7). “My motto is, ‘Focus on your abilities, not your disabilities.’ I am looking forward to showing America how that works, and I’d like to thank NJCTS for always encouraging me and supporting all of my efforts and endeavors.”
For a sneak peek of the show in general, please click here. To become a fan of Singer’s Facebook page, please click here. To follow Singer on Twitter, please click here. Both of those accounts are fast going viral!