The city of Abuja had its own fair share of Project Fame experience. Young talents from the nook and crannies of Abuja trooped out to give fame a chance.
While a few smiled home with their bags full of ‘Yeses’, many others were not lucky enough to impress the judges.
Oprah and Javy came with high hopes but they were not able to impress the judges, the birthday boy also was another interesting character who though got a birthday song from the judges, couldn’t sing his way to a yes. Interesting characters you will say...
Joy and Deborah, interns at the Rhythm FM, Abuja and students of Birmingham University came to give fame a shot. While Deborah was able to sing her way through, Joy sadly has to try again next year.
Here’s another chance to see the drama, excitement and fun all at the Federal Capital territory.
To all the contestants in the academy av dis at d back of ur minds y'all are d best do not feel inferior cos y'all are gonna stand out 1ce u're of the academy...kip doing ur thing and u're gonna get the best thanks to God and project fame!
projectfame.. best talent show in africa.. has produced talents that have street swag, win awards and can SING.. omowumi. iyanya, chidinma, tolu adeshina, monica and CHRISTIAN.. oops.. did i let the cat out of the bag.. lolzzz.. keep it up
MTN Project fame has really come to stay but if its actually to produce the best contestant with talent I personally feel the purpose is defeated if contestants are not being judge by their performance but by viewers/family/friend's vote. The best contestant may not have d highest vote and it doesn't make an objective judgment. But then I must commend the constructive criticism of the judges as well as the efforts of the Academy Crew, they're great!
I love what mtn is doing concerning the voice of our youth in African,it shows the rest of the world that their is unity in Africa under one voice
Watching MTN Project Fame always gives me goose pimples...ca