It's a test of tolerance in Tampa, as contestants keep their fingers on a Hannah Montana statue in order to get their hands on the hot tickets!
Whoever can hold on the longest will win four tickets to the Disney star's concert and five-thousand dollars. The contest is sponsored by a Tampa radio station. It started on Thursday with twenty contestants.
One by one, someone dropped out, and now only four are left. Contestants are only allowed a twelve-minute break every three hours and they must keep at least one hand or foot on the statue at all times.
I-pods and books are a no-no. Sleep is endorsed but isn't too easy to come by. The organizers of the contest say the contest will continue until Sunday or when the last person remains. Hannah Montana goes on stage Monday in Tampa.
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