Saturday, November 13 2010
The Tusker Project Fame 4 has this week been faced with a double eviction that saw Tanzania's Aneth Kushaba and Rwanda's Elizabeth evicted from the Tusker Academy. They were on probation with Atete Gaelle who was saved by East African fans & Gilbert Gabiro who was saved by the contestants.
The faculty did not save any one this time and that is how two contestants had to leave the academy on Saturday. Gabiro was speechless on being saved and for Gaelle who is likely to have been saved because of her beauty thanked the fans for voting her.
The show kicked off with Gabiro doing R.Kelly's I believe I can fly and at the end of it all the judges were not impressed. Ian in particular said, "I believe your going home" but he was massively saved by the contestants.
Aneth from Tanzania followed with I feel like a woman which also fell short of the judges expectations. Ian simply told her that was a wrong genre and choice.
Beautiful Gaelle from Kigali Rwanda where the previous winner Alpha hails from followed with "I love your smile" by Seanice. Judge Hermes simply told her that last week's performance was better than today's performance as the no nonsense judge Ian reminded her of how beautiful and gorgeous she was but that she should stop singing. Gaelle did not allow to be intimidated by Ian's remarks, she retaliated by saying, "I won't".
The last performer for the night was Elizabeth Gaga but before she could perform, Dr. Mich asked our boy Davis Hillary Ntare to give her words of encouragement which he did but could not do enough in saving the cutie from Kigali.
With three weeks to go, Gabiro and Gaelle from Kigali, Msechu (Tanzania), Paleki (Sudan), Stevo(Nairobi, Kenya), Amileena(Kenya) and Davis together with Rachel from Uganda are still in the academy in the race for the top prize.
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