Project Fame 7.0: Luck Comes The Way of Daniella

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Elimination show 4: luck comes the way of Daniella.

 

Temitope, Harry and Daniella were faced with the arduous task of battling their ways back into the project fame West Africa house. Having being adjudged the contestants with the highest votes from the wildcard call; Temitope, Daniella and Harry sang their hearts out to be the contestant with another chance of winning the competition.

 

Having yielded the Wild Card call, Danniella and two other contestants with the highest votes were faced with the task of battling their way into the Academy. Temitope, Daniella and Harry again sang their hearts out to gain favour in the sight of the judges.

 

The evening started with all the contestants looking regale in their different outfits and exuding confidence in their stage performances. Each contestant did justice to their renditions with the judges giving Daniella Oji the golden entry into the Academy because of her smooth rendition of Alicia Keys’ ‘Falling’.These got them the loudest ovation yet this season as the audience jumped on their feet dancing and cheering them. This spectacular performance is no doubt a must watch.

 

However, as Daniella celebrated her entry into the Academy, four other contestants; Laami, Ogechukwu, Christian and Kofo were placed on probation; as they were the contestants with the least votes. As expected, they repeated the songs that landed them on probation, singing as if their lives depended on it.

 

Christian found grace in the face of the Judges, the Faculty rescued Ogechukwu, and Laami escaped elimination from the votes from majority of the contestants not on probation; leaving Kofo to face the harsh reality.

 

Kofo was quick to pull herself together and with smiles on her face she signed out of the competition with ‘Yori Yori’ by Bracket.

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Sheriff

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