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Duo competes for national television show

CEDAR FALLS (KWWL) -- A local duo is competing to win a television show on the Oprah Winfrey Network.

Dante' Marcellous and Travis Lloyd hope to be the next big stars on Oprah's new television network. OWN (Oprah Winfrey Network) debuts in 2011.

Dante' Marcellous is from Waterloo, and is a Christian musician and motivational speaker.

Travis Lloyd is from Des Moines and experienced the foster care system first hand.

Tonight on the KWWL News at 10, find out their idea for a show on OWN, and how you can help make their dream come true.

Reporter: Danielle Wagner

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