According to Hannah More “forgiveness is the economy of the heart, it saves the expense of anger, the cost of hatred and the waste of spirits”. No real long standing relationship is void of offences, and of course, forgiveness.
The day started with Mummy J instructing the contestants to talk about topics that interests them. Mirabel spoke about identity while Okiemute and Steve spoke on mental child abuse. Mummy J however spoke for parents that although there are things parents will like to keep away from their children; the pressures of life sometimes make them forget the responsibilities of taking care of young minds.
Later in the day, the contestants rehearsed their songs with Ms. Ige, who taught them to perfect and synergize their song lyrics and body language.
It is no longer news that beyond the music aspect, self-discipline, right attitude, being responsible are also some of the crucial aspects of character building that the Project Fame Academy encourages. Indiscipline in any of these areas is never condoned.
With each new week comes new songs and new Academy captain, and this week is no exception. While the contestants who are still in the competition got new songs for the week, the ones who have bowed out of the competition- Favour, Solomon, Blessing, and Benjamin were sent off in grand style in a fun-filled eviction party.
It was indeed a beautiful night of rock ‘n’ roll with most of the contestants giving each song's interpretation their best. The awesomeness of the entire show was made complete by Johnny Drille (A Season 6 finalist) who wrapped up the night with his five star performance.
The show is usually all sweet and pleasant until the dreaded moment of elimination when contestant(s) have to say a hard goodbye. The fourth Elimination show was no exception as 2 contestants ended their journeys in the competition.
Today in Mummy J’s class, Oluchi led the contestants through a singing task, where a contestant started a song and others followed suit by adding phrases, sound or melody. They all enjoyed the session and danced to the music tune created.
The contestants reached into the deepest place of their emotions with tears flowing down their eyes in the therapeutic session that is now signature to Ms. Ige. For one of the contestants, display of emotions didn’t however stop in Ms. Ige’s class because he flouted a major rule.