OVERLAND PARK, Kan. - High school singers from across the metro auditioned for KC Superstar on Wednesday at the Jewish Community Campus.
On April 13, the auditions were cancelled when a gunman shot and killed Dr. William Corporon and his grandson Reat Underwood.
Dr. Corporon had brought the 14-year-old boy to audition.
At the time of the shooting, high schoolers were going to audition for the “American Idol”-style singing competition.
The Jewish Community Campus reassured those coming to the rescheduled auditions that the location was safe with more security patrolling the grounds.
The winner of KC Superstar competition will receive a $10,000 scholarship.