The excitement in the ongoing Etisalat sponsored Nigeria Idol Season 4 still continues. Over the weekend on the Nigerian Idol stage at Dream studio, Lagos, the top 6 contestants sang to please not just the studio audience but the firm Nigerian Idol judges and the viewers at home, as they performed celebrated Nigerian songs.
No doubt, the Contestants are keeping the show on a high level. Joining the judges table last week was one of Nigeria’s finest artistes, Sheyi Shay, who along with other Nigerian Idol judges increased the exhilaration in the studio.
Over the weekend, the Nigerian Idol show stage saw excellent performances in 2 different rounds from the top 6 contestants: Beebee Bassey, Elvis Jay, Xolani, Eye-D, Antwon and Evelle, that emerge after Jesse Jay and Lisa’s eviction at the last result show. Several of them got the studio audience on their feet cheering and applauding during and after their performances.
Performing on the first and second round, the six contestants thrilled the audience with different Nigerian Hip Hop songs from Don Jazzy, Dbanj, Tuface, P-Square, Frank Edward, Kcee, Davido, Majek Fashek and Asha. However, the two contestants that got a standing ovation and 10/10 from the judges and the studio audience were Xolani, who performed ‘Send Down the Rain’ by Majek Fashek and Evelle,who was crowned Queen of the night by Dede, after her two performances of Asa's 'Be my man' and Kcee's 'Limpopo’
Speaking after the show, Manger, Youth Segment, Etisalat Nigeria, Idiare Atimomo said that he is impressed with the progress the show has recorded. According to him, “I am happy with the progress of the show, this has given us another reason why we should continue to support the youth. Nigerian Idol show represents the biggest music platform for young Nigerians who desire to become the next big star in music. At Etisalat we will continue to support Nigeria’s immensely talented youth.”
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