Fabulous Mercy as she is fondly called began her round of performances with an emotionally charged version of Whitney Houston’s, ‘I look to you’. For her next performance, she put on her dancing shoes for a superbly choreographed and vocally powerful performance of Amerie’s ‘One Thing’. To cap up what was already an extraordinary show, the fearless diva zoomed in on a power-bike for an unforgettable remixed version of P’Square’s ‘Chop my money” by P-square. She was commended for a job well done by guest judge, Audu Maikori who emphasised that she gave the regular song a big performance. In a few days, the next Nigerian Idol will emerge, beating thousands of musical talents across the country to Nigerian music’s biggest TV reward. The next Nigerian Idol will join the elite club of Idol alumni like Jordin Sparks, Ruben Stoddard, Timi Dakolo and most recently Yeka Onka.
According to the site www.nigerianidol.com, the exciting reward promo ‘Live Your Life like an Idol’ continues as more and more winners emerge.
Last week’s biggest winner was Solomon Ameh with a whopping N820, 000 cash prize. Fans have the opportunity of winning up to 2 million naira daily, up to 4 million naira weekly and a grand prize of up to 10 million naira.
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