WITH just three semi-finals talent hunt show, contestants in talent hunt show, Nigeria’s Got Talents have put on a display of the amazing range of dance routine across Nigeria. The Pebbles set things rolling with a professional ballet performance to 2face Idiba’s Omo T’osan – the first time many in the audience were seeing that merging of two influences,
“You guys have displayed to us that Nigeria has it all. Your level of seriousness, professionalism, and creativity was amazing,” judge and actress, Kate Henshaw gushed.
The Expendables, all the way from the Garden City of Port Harcourt, brought the audience back home. “Dance is our life, what we do, how we express our feelings. Dance is what we were born to do. We are glad that we have been given the privilege to do what we love and we hope Nigerians will take us to the finals, so we can dazzle them with extra-ordinary dance moves.”
There were also the singing talents, like 11 year old Toke Salami, who blessed the audience with gospel classic, Ijoba Orun and Azuka Ekazue, who sang an old time classic from Boys II Men, End of the Road.
From dance to singing, juggling to fire-eating, Nigeria’s Got Talent has shown each weekend that there is much more to look forward to. The semi-finals continue next week and viewers still have the power to save their favorite talent.
Hosted by Andre Blaze, the judges for the season are radio host Dan Foster, actor Kate Henshaw and entertainment entrepreneur, Yibo Koko. The Airtel-sponsored first season of Nigeria’s Got Talent began to air on 16 September and will run until December 2012.
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