After searching through major cities in West Africa, twenty-four contestants made it to semi-finals. And to make it to the next stage, they had to face the huddle of impressing the judges.
With music veteran Ade Bantu as the newest judge, the show kicked off with Uncle Ben visiting the contestants at home with the good news of making the final 24. They joy of these contestants knew no bounds as they prepared for the heat show.
i presume this show is tagged ''PROJECT FAME WEST AFRICA''...then,why do we have the students sing more of american and nigerian songs?. what is wrong with ghanian,serrialeone songs..e.g it will be awesome to see contestants perform songs from sarkodie,tiffiny,bebe sumtin. etc. thank u
Mummy J, U r such a good mother. I am an orphan I want to be ur son.
IDIDI JUDE FRANK
i luv da show, but i guess d show isnt transparent enough. project fame dat i use 2 know way bk in 2008 till 2010 was real. m sorry 2 say dis. ella save bk 2 d house yesterday.................. lets watch n see
I'm beginning to feel there is a calculated agenda as per who win prizes @ this competition. I wouldn't know the rationale behind the judges recalling Ella after being eliminated, where's the notion of fair play concerning others eliminated before her especially Didi, the so called judges had the chance of saving her when she was put up on probation, why the sudden twist, there's more to it than meets the eye!
Project fame has being a grooming ground for so many young people in Africa,but i just want to let all the contestants know that they are all STARS,even though dres just one winner u guys are all winners so please keep doin wat u knw how to do best cos d sky is sure ur stepping stone.To d faculty members u guys r d BOMB! thumbs up to d judges as well.Great show.