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Nigeria’s Got Talent Finalists Battle for N10 million

09 Dec 2012

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After six months of auditions and going through thousands of talents, the 10 finalists of one of the continent’s biggest talent hunt show;
Nigeria’s Got Talent, have emerged. The final 10 acts will battle today for one last chance to emerge winner of the grand prize of N10 million.

The talent war will feature Chuka Solace, a rapper from the city of excellence, Lagos who has received tons of applause from both the audience and judges. His performance was seen as one with great rhyme scheme and rhythm by Yibo Koko, a judge. There is also Dr. Bariyu Yusuf, the ventriloquist accompanied by his dog. Their comic performance sits very well with the judges and audience. The Impulse, an acapella group from Port Harcourt are also set to perform in the race for N10 million. Their performance of Inynya’s all time hit, ‘Kukere’ is something to look out for. Small but very mighty, Amarachi Uyanne. the eight-year-old from Benin has brought new dance moves and exciting energy to the stage. Her exciting entrance with the guitar and her rendition of the Christmas carol as well as her dance moves has so far left the judges and audience in awe of her energy, talent, and beauty. “I envy your mother Amarachi. I am so proud of you and you have all my votes,” said Kate Henshaw.

There is also The Xpendables, a dance group whose moves have been described as entertaining and energetic by the judges.  Toke Salami, a singer from Ibadan is also in the race for N10 million. Nathaniel Olivia also known as ‘DJ Mouth’, is know to have brought the house down with his beats performance. “What you just showcased today is a talent worth more than N10 million,” said Yibo Koko.
Jesse and Ogeh have demonstrated what smooth ballet should be.

Also Boniface Ukeme, has been stunning with his choreography of to Dare’s song, ‘Not the Girl.’ To round up the show is Godwin Ogechuku, the violinist. From dance, to singing, to violin and many more acts, Nigeria’s Got Talent has shown each weekend that there is always something to look forward to. The grand finale comes up today with one of the 10 finalists walking away with the alluring prize of N10 million.

Tags: Entertainment, Talent, N10 million

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