#ThevoiceNigeria Season 2, Recap: The Blind Auditions Come To An End

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The sixth episode of #ThevoiceNigeria commenced with style as it was supposed to be the last for the blind auditions. What this meant was that the talents that were to grace the stage must be at the top of their game if they are to grab the remaining eight spots left on the four teams.

At the moment, #TeamWaje has only three spots left to be filled; both #TeamTimi and #TeamYemi have two spots yet to be filled respectively, while #TeamPatoranking only has one spot remaining.

The Blind auditions of season two of #ThevoiceNigeria has so far brought a lot of brilliant talents who delivered electrifying performances. From talents that are as young as 18 years to much more older talents, everyone appears to have brought their best to the blind auditions of #ThevoiceNigeria. We’ve seen a lot of brilliant performances during the Blinds this Season.

Furthermore, a number of talents have so far delivered performances that the Coaches could not help but dance and sing along. Some talents have so far gotten Patoranking stand and dance his signature “aah yey” dance, just as some got Waje to do her victory dance after a tenant chose to be on her Team.

Yemi Alade was not left out cold too as she sang with Talents who chose to be on her Team, just as Timi gave Talents on his Team piggyback rides making the last few weeks an amazing adventure for everyone watching #ThevoiceNigeria.

With the last episode of the Blind Auditions, the real battle to determine the best and biggest voice on season two of #ThevoiceNigeria has just began as the team mates will battle it out with songs for a spot in the Live Shows.

The Coaches will be saddled with the responsibility of picking one Talent to move to the next round after each Battle, which will be the live shows and one that will get them closer to their dreams.



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