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Theater Week ends with a flourish, live show underway

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It’s been an exciting couple of weeks on Nigerian Idol with a mix of fun and impressive auditions.

After sifting through thousands of hopefuls, the top 10 are about to emerge, when the live shows begin on May 26.

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While nine contestants have successfully secured spots on the live show, the final spot for the tenth contestant is yet to be decided. Viewers now have the opportunity to vote and determine who is left between Japh Kenti and Lammy and join the live show lineup.

After surviving the auditions and Theater Week, which consisted of duet battles and a final performance, the top nine contestants were revealed; They will face off and perform before a live audience next Sunday.

In the last episode, a familiar face like Obi Asika appeared on the show instead of Omawumi as the episode’s judge. Additionally, previous winners such as Victory Gbakara and Progress appeared on the show to provide advice from their own experiences.

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The first contestant to make it to the top 10 was Chioma, who gave a stellar performance during her solo audition to Jennifer Hudson’s hit song, ‘If This Isn’t Love’.

After working hard to put together an excellent performance, his talent shined again, securing him a well-deserved spot among the top 10 contenders.

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The second contestant in the top 10 was Mira Clear, who had dreamed of making it to the Nigerian Idol live shows. She performed the Bob Marley and the Wailers song, ‘No Woman No Cry’, and secured a spot.

David Garland not only impressed the judges by successfully rocking a pink suit, but his excellent solo performance of Marvin Gaye’s ‘What’s Going On’ earned him a top 10 stop.

As the selection process continued, only seven spots remained, and many talented hopefuls found their dreams of making the top 10 cut short when their journey ended abruptly. The moments were heartbreaking. Contestants like platinum ticket winner Mikki and others like Tari, Sapphire Whinnas, Teddy, Alfred Greatness and many others reluctantly bid farewell to the show.

The positive streak continued with Lady Ruth, Stevie, who left her teaching career in search of success in the music industry, Maio, who gave a performance that earned her a standing ovation from Ric Hassani, Gracia and Jennifer Igomu, who topped a cake birthday from the judges but also a well-deserved pass to the top 10.

Each of them wowed the judges with their voices and performances, earning them a spot on the live show.

Chima, a platinum ticket winner determined to overcome the previous season’s disappointments, also made the top 10. The judges were impressed by his performance of Giveon’s Stuck on You, and Chima secured a coveted spot in the top 10, a step closer to your dreams. She had redeemed herself after failing to make the top 10 last season.

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Unfortunately, we can’t say the same for other contestants. The Nigerian Idol season 9 journey is over for platinum ticket winner Japheth. Due to the not so good performances of him, Dakor, Victor Annie, JayB and Sammie Voice.

The battle for the final spot fell between Japh Kenti and Lammy. Japh performed Let Me Love You by Mario, while Lammy performed Teni’s Case like never before. Both contestants tried to prove that they had what it took to be the last contestant on the top 10 list. With only one slot left, the decision is now left in the hands of the show’s viewers.

Viewers will vote to decide who will take 10th place and the winner will be announced during the next episode, which will be the live show. To vote, viewers can visit the Africa Magic website or mobile site or use the MyDStv or MyGOtv apps to vote for who they think has what it takes to finish as the 10th contestant in the top 10 between Japh and Lammy. Voting is free.

READ ALSO: Nigerian Idol: Search for next music superstar continues with ‘Theater Week’

The contestants who have earned their place in the live show through talent, perseverance and sheer determination are Chioma, Mira Clear, David Garland, Lady Ruth, Stevie, Maio, Gracia, Jennifer Igomu, Chima, Japh Kenti and Lammy.

As the live shows are set to begin, viewers can enjoy live performances every Sunday on Africa Magic Showcase (DStv Channel 151, GOtv Channel 12) and Africa Magic Family (DStv Channel 154 and GOtv Channel 2 ) From 7 pm

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