#ProjectFame9.0 Nomination Show 3: All Go On Probation

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The #ProjectFame9.0 show appears to be getting hotter as the judges took a one-off decision to place all the contestants on probation in a bid to get the best out of them.

Nomination show 3 was characterized with intense and wonderful performances from all the contestants and the guest artist who graced the stage.

The night’s performances were drawn from African contemporary hit songs and all fourteen contestants gave a good account of themselves.

First to take the stage was Elizabeth who sang Love Don’t Care by Simi and her performance was followed by that of Pere who sang Surulere by Dr. Sid.

Next on stage was Gabriel who sang Sarkodie’s Down On One while Yusuph gave a good account of himself as he sang Shakiti Bobo by Olamide.

Winner and Benjamin sang Ferrari by Yemi Alade and Duro by Tekno respectively while Blessing gave a good rendition of Ife Wa Gbono by Tiwa Savage.

Okiemute sang Osinachi by Humblesmith, Oluchi performed Right Now by Seyi Shay and Eli wowed the audience with D’Banj’s Fall In Love.

Steve went in hard on his delivery of Eleko by Mayorkun; Kitay sang Mama by Kiss Daniel while Dapo gave a good delivery of Wizkid’s Final. Mirabel was last on stage and she didn’t disappoint with her excellent delivery of Niyola’s Go On.

After the flurry of performances, it was obvious that all the contestants had horned their stagecraft skills and confidence. This much was made known by the judges who couldn’t hide the fact that they were impressed with the improvement shown by all the contestants.

Despite the accolades from the judges however, they went ahead to place all the contestants on probation, leaving the viewers with the power to keep their favourite contestant in the competition.

A wonderful night of performances was brought to a close by Harrysong who was joined on stage by Geoffrey and Monica – the respective winners of Seasons 4 & 7 of Project Fame West Africa. The trio joined hands and voices to perform Harrysong’s monster hit song Reggae Blues to the delight of the audience.

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