#ProjectFame9.0 Nomination Show 4: A Night Of Rock Music

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After last night’s elimination show, it was time to set a new tone for the following week with a medley of rock ‘n’ roll songs even as the all the contestants gave it their best shot.

Dapo kicked off an entertaining night as he sang ‘Right here waiting’ by Richard Marx, followed by Pere who sang ‘I don’t wanna miss a thing’ by Aerosmith.

Not willing to be outdone, Gabriel performed Lonestar’s ‘Amazed’, while Yusuph gave an electrifying performance of Queen’s ‘We Will Rock You’.
Winner and Okiemute sang Sheryl Crow’s ‘First Cut Is The Deepest’ and Rihanna’s ‘Disturbia’ respectively, just as Oluchi gave a good rendition of Avril Lavigne’s ‘My Happy Ending’.

Eli on his part sang ‘Soul Provider’ by Michael Bolton, followed by Steve who sang ‘Numb’ by Linkin Park.

Kitay performed Bon Jovi’s ‘Living On A Prayer’ while Elizabeth wowed the audience with her rendition of ‘Because of you’ by Kelly Clarkson. Mirabel was the last to perform and she didn’t disappoint with her performance of ‘Bad Romance’ by Lady Gaga.

The different performances of the evening was one that the Judges, Faculty, and audience loved, as all the contestants have shown marked improvements and development in their time in the #ProjectFame9.0 academy.

In continuation of last week’s decision however, the Judges have once again placed all the contestants on probation in an apparent attempt to keep only the best voices in the competition.

This means the decision to keep the contestants in the house entirely falls on the viewers and fans.

The electrifying performances of the night was taking a notch higher as Johnny Drille who was a season 6 finalist of the MTN project fame west Africa show gave a five star performance on the night. He had the audience asking for more as he sang his ‘My beautiful love’ and ‘Wait for me’.

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