Children all have different skill sets. In order to enhance those skills and encourage individuality, children should be allowed to perform in talent shows. When the drama and confrontations between parents go too far, though, it is time to rethink participation. A child showing off what they are good at and confident in only builds esteem in him or her.
Children should have the opportunity to perform on talent shows. If they have a skill that they are proud of or gift that could be shared with the world and they are willing and happy to share these, why stop them. There should be precautions in place to make sure that the children's rights are protected from both the potential of abusive parents or show runners.
Children should be allowed to perform on talent shows, as long as it does not interfere with major aspects of their lives. Children must still attend school and be allowed to enjoy other childhood activities. However, there is nothing wrong with showcasing a child's talents for others to enjoy on television.
Children should be barred from performing in talent shows. It is unfair to the child, who is missing out on playing with other kids and other activities. Children should be allowed to enjoy their childhood, rather than being treated like adults. It does a disservice to the children, and puts unnecessary pressure on them to perform.