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.
Miss Ige! You are really awesome, I loved the part where you were reminding the contestant about where they are heading towards. I felt that realm too, though I was able to control my tears. I think that worked perfectly for Didi after Adetoun took them deep. Thanks for making Didi see light after the tunnel... Hope you have a music school?
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As the Season comes to an end, i like to say these contestants have been turned, moulded into great stars..each discovering thier hidden talents..i am envious!..good work MTN, job well done mummy J and Uncle B, ige and Kaffy,you guys are proffessionals. and to my winning guys..beautiful Ella, Beastly Marvellous, waka queen AdeToun, Ay, Oyinkan bobo, sweet muslyn and my lovely christian,it does not matter who wins the prize, just remember you are a WINNER anyhwere anytime anyday.. love you guys.
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d idea of wide card is gud, but pls open d chance immedi8ly d competition starts to avoid late gate crashers like Ella who's talented but culdnt be respected much bcos she came in late. howeva, gud job, PFWA.