Hiya, hope you are all enjoying the long weekend. I haven’t cos I’ve had to work all thru but at least I got a chance to bed out in front of the TV on Sunday and watch Glo Naija Sings Season 3 – One of my favorite shows where u never know who’s gonna get evicted.
If I was a betting man, I would have lost big time by now cos this show is really full of surprises. This Sunday’s show was no exception as the ladies’ favourite Tee Songz was shown the exit sign off the show (all the ladies in the crowds were wailing).
Tee Songz left us with his rendition of R Kelly‘s “Gotham City”
Wow! Talk about a shocker …even Spielberg couldn’t write this script …I won’t be surprised if Mattade wins with his large entourage of voters.
Guess they are aware that there’s a brand new HD PVR decoder or a Samsung galaxy tab every week just by voting. You also can win …to learn how you can vote is at the end of this article.
Darey introduced this week’s guest judge Valerie along with the stallionOnyeka Onwenu and resident judge Olisa Adibua. Denrele was backstage with a finished hair style (Thank God)
The 1st round of performances started with Mattade singing Adele‘s “Rolling In The Deep” and for the 1st time in the competition, he blew me away. Like the words to the song I felt a fire starting in my heart, reaching a fevered pitch and it’s bringing me out the dark. To vote for him, please use the number 6.
Up next was Vicky who performed excellently a song from The Corrs called “Runaway” and she made the song hers again. …she’s surely the favourite to win this (oops …keep forgetting about Mattade‘s large army of voters) To stop her from running away, please use the number 9 to vote for her.
Contrary to what the judges say week after week, I always enjoy Christian‘s performances and this one was no exception as he gave an entertaining performance of Bob Marley and Lauryn Hill‘s “Turn Your Lights Down Low“. Well instead of turning the lights down low, he really turned the heat up. To vote for him, please use the number 2
We caught up with Denrele backstage acting as a backup dancer to the performances. He asked Vicky & Christian that how come they were tense?
Christian replied that tension is tension …he’s just really tense while Vicky said maybe it was because Tee Songz was voted out.
Denrele then asked what their proudest moment on this show has been? Christian said every moment of the show while Vicky said she was proud to still be on the show. Denrele said his proudest moment was that this time he got to finish his hair for the show.
Moving on to the 2nd round of performances, Mattade jumped on stage to perform Ruben Studdard‘s “Flying With Out Wings” and again he justified why he had a claim to entering the Top 3. He brought in him what we hadn’t seen all through the previous weeks. To vote for him, please use the number 6.
Vicky choose Diana Ross’ “He Lives In You” for her 2nd performance and she blew everyone out of the water. What a performance! The crowd went bonkers and I personally had goosebumps all over. Nigeria’s Got Talent!
Yeah, by the way her voting number is 9.
For his 2nd performance, Christian sang Enrique Iglesias‘ “Hero” and during his performance, you could tell he was really in his comfort zone enjoying himself and the crowd was enjoying him too especially the ladies. To vote for him, please use the number 2
It was a night of pure entertainment with little or no flaws in the performances. Backstage, Denrele asked Mattade that if he was a judge, which contestant would he bring back for a special performance. Mattade said he would bring back Am OK
So there you have it, 6 breath-taking performances from the Top 3. In a night where there was no lowlight, this is what the judges had to say:
Here are the details you need to know to ensure your fave remains on Glo Naija Sings!
You can vote online here; the page also includes all the numbers for the SMS lines and details on how you can vote on MXiT.
Don’t let these aspiring superstars down! Here are the Top 3′s unique voting numbers
Vote number = 2
Vote number = 6
Vote number = 9
Vote Via the website
You can vote once per hour per registered email address on www.mnetafrica.com/naijasings . Voting on the website is free.
Vote via sms
In Nigeria: Text just THE NUMBER that corresponds to your favourite contestant to 33360.
NB: Mobile voting is exclusive to Glo subscribers and SMSes cost N50.
In the Benin Republic: Text just THE NUMBER that corresponds to your favourite contestant to 7099.
NB: Mobile voting is exclusive to Glo subscribers and SMSes cost 150 CFA.
Outside Nigeria and Benin: Text just THE NUMBER that corresponds to your favourite contestant to +234 815 555 0000. This is open to all networks – international SMS rates apply.
You can vote up to 100 times per mobile number during each voting period.
Vote via wap
Type www.mnetafrica.com/naijasings/wap into your mobile browser and start voting. You can vote once per hour and voting via Wap is free.
Vote via mxit
Open your mobile phone’s browser and type in m.mxit.com to download MXit for free. Then locate MXit on your phone under the applications or games section and register. Once in MXit, go to Tradepost>Entertainment>MNET and then add the Naija Sings Voting contact.
Voting on MXit is free and you can vote up to 10 times per voting period.
It’s you who ultimately decide – voting lines are open until midnight on Thursday so make sure you make your mark! Details are here!
Stay updated with all the Glo Naija Sings gossip wherever you are by following @GloNaijaSings on Twitter and visit http://naijasings.dstv.com/ for more exclusive content.
That’s all folks! Join us next week as the winner gets announced! Do remember to vote.
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