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Meet the Cast 

Kris Gutierrez
Host - Kris Gutierrez '99
An award-winning journalist with a passion for all things Texas, Kris Gutierrez grew up in Lewisville and graduated from TCU in 1999. While a network correspondent, Gutierrez covered some of the biggest new events in the southwest region.  Now, after a stint in Chicago, he is back in Texas as the co-anchor of NBC 5 News at 5 p.m. Known by colleagues for wearing boots with suits, you will often find Kris, his wife and their two children volunteering at local events.

Meet the Contestants

 

Meet the Judges

Emily Allen

 

Emily Allen '09
She is a Texas native who lives to write and writes to live. Emily Allen, a 2009 broadcast journalism alumna, is now the producer for NBC 5 Today morning show, and often compares herself to Becky in the movie "Morning Glory." When she is not in the newsroom or out on assignment, you can catch Allen at Lone Star Park or Globe Life Park singing the national anthem before the game - a pastime which includes her two favorite things, singing and sports. 

  Corrie Donnovan

 

Corrie Donovan '09
American soprano Corrie Donovan has been praised for her "soul-stripping, lyrical" interpretations and her "polished and distinctively powerful" performances. Donovan, a 2009 TCU alumna, has sung with the Fort Worth Opera, Cirque Du Soleil, New York Baroque Festival and in Brazil on the Holland American Maasdam. Growing up, she spent summers in her father's homeland, Scotland, where she regularly sang traditional Celtic music, which influenced her approach to music and life.   

Feleceia Benton


 

Feleceia Benton '06
An accomplished and award-winning singer and performer, Feleceia Benton has performed on almost every professional stage in DFW. She is an all-around entrepreneur with a knack for creativity and business. Benton graduated from TCU in 2006 with a degree in theatre and a degree in advertising and public relations. She is mom to daughter Zoe, a business owner, author, magazine founder and podcast co-host. 

  Trey Gunter  

Trey Gunter '95 '97
Trey Gunter is the band leader, lead vocalist, saxophonist and acoustic guitarist for the popular variety band, Trey & the Tritones. He is also an active composer and arranger in many genres. Gunter is a '95 and '97 alumnus of TCU and has been a member of the TCU school of Music faculty since 2004 and teaches music theory, composition, ear-training and jazz improvisation. 

Katrina Colwick

 

Katrina Colwick '08
As a marriage and family therapist, play therapist and trained
Gottman therapist, Katrina Colwick is always busy, but she still finds the time to sing. As the lead singer in her Christian band, Scattered Seeds, and as the oldest of four girls, Colwick has always had a flair for performing. She is a second-generation Horned Frog who graduated in 2008 with a degree in psychology, knowing she wanted to help others.
 

  Jamey Ice  

Jamey Ice
Born and raised in Fort Worth, Jamey Ice was not very good at football. In 6th grade he turned to music and has never looked back. His band, Green River Ordinance, which has been together for 15 year, boasts several chart-topping hits and has performed all over the world. The local entrepreneur enjoys spending time improving the community, creating art, restoring neglected things and loving his beautiful wife and daughter.

Kyle Montgomery  

Kyle Montgomery '15
Kyle Montgomery is a theatre advocate who has performed and worked throughout North America as an actor and singer. He traveled with the international tour of "Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer: the Musical," performed at the American Airlines Center with the Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra and at the American Festival of Music with Tony Award winners. Montgomery graduated form TCU in 2015 with a degree in theatre with a musical theatre emphasis.

  Darron Turner  

Darron Turner '87
Well-known and respected by students, faculty and staff, Darron Turner, TCU's Chief Inclusion Officer and Title IX coordinator, has worked at TCU since 1994. Even before that, Turner, class of 1987, played defensive tackle for the Horned Frogs and lettered in both football and track. Known for his quick wit and great sense of humor, Turner is always in demand as a host for TCU events. 

 

 

 

   


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