'The World's Best': Meet Dimash Kudaibergen, the Kazakh singer who is already a favorite on the CBS talent show

Dimash Kudaibergen, 24, is a well-known Kazakh singer who has developed a huge fan following even before appearing on CBS' 'The World's Best' set to premiere on February 3

'The World's Best': Meet Dimash Kudaibergen, the Kazakh singer who is already a favorite on the CBS talent show

Following the success of reality talent shows such as 'The Voice', 'America's Got Talent' and 'The X Factor' that have been running for many seasons, CBS is now set to premiere it's own global talent competition series on February 3 immediately after the Super Bowl. 

'The World's Best' will be hosted by talk show host James Corden with actress Drew Barrymore, RuPaul Andre Charles, and Faith Hill as judges. 'The World's Best' will feature contestants hailing from all parts of the world with talents spanning various genres including singing, dancing, magic, acrobats, etc. The contestants will not only have to perform in front of the three judges but they will showcase their talent in front of the 'Wall of the World' which features 50 of the most accomplished experts from various fields of entertainment from all over the globe. 

The winner of 'The World's Best' will be given the title 'The World's Best'. The series is said to run for a total of ten episodes. The show is created by Mike Darnell who is also the creator of 'American Idol' and 'Ellen's Game of Games', and Mark Burnett, the creator of 'Survivor' and 'The Voice.'



 

While the show's premiere is still almost a month away, fans have already found a favorite contestant based on the ample amount of teasers and sneak peeks that the series has shared on their YouTube channel and their social media. 

Dimash Kudaibergen is a well-known Kazakh singer who has developed a large fan base even before making an appearance on 'The World's Best'. Here is a rundown for those who do not know the 24-year-old artiste and why he is already a fan favorite.

Hailing from a family of musicians, Dimash sings and plays the piano. He has participated in, and won, many competitions starting from the age of five. In the year 2015, he won the Grand Prix of Slavianski Bazaar in Vitebsk, Belarus. Though Dimash was famous all through his years, he become truly well known after he went to China and participated in one of the country's most popular music TV show 'Singer' in 2017. 



 

Dimash is also gifted with good looks and has a large fan base all over Kazakhstan. The moment his fans noticed him in the teasers of 'The World's Best,' they have taken to various mediums of social media to express their love for him. 

"They say Dimash makes angels cry through the art of music and his voice. Seen his other performances on YouTube, so far he is ripping any song he picks apart. Wow, earth-shattering voice. Will be looking for him at @WorldsBestCBS," wrote one fan.

Another said, "I can't wait to see what #Dimash performs for you. His live performances are impeccable. I am amazed by everyone. He was born to perform and has worked to perfect his music every day since."


 
 
 
 
 
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For those thinking that most of Dimash's fanbase is just within Kazakhstan, well, you've been thinking wrong. A look at the comments shows us that he has fans from Peru to South Africa and even some in Spain.

Dimash seems to be extremely comfortable in his own language but we are yet to see if he will ace it when he sings in English. One thing is for sure, if he ever loses, his fans would be devastated, to say the least. 

'The World's Best' will air on CBS February 3 after the Super Bowl. Check your local listings for more information.


 
 
 
 
 
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