Saturday, 09 June 2012
Tonight's performance was for getting to know the contestants better and finding out who was immune from eviction.
Fatuma from Rwanda, Uganda's Allanroy and Doreen from Kenya kicked off the night's performance and Judge Hermes liked the way they moved on stage.
Mer from South Sudan, Pacifiquefrom Burundi and Kenya's Steve were the next to perform and they really danced well and at the end of their performance the crowd went wild. Judge Juliana loved it and asked Mer what it was like singing in another language, Mer said; "She loved it."
Burundi's Samantha, Kenya's Ruth and Damian from TZ hit the stage. The audience loved their performance too and so were the judges but Ian was given the opportunity. "Going by the audiences reaction, that is the best performance of the nite" Ian said. The Academy, loved them as well.
Jackson(Rwanda), Sharon(Uganda) and Iman from Tanzania rocked the stage next with a Luganda traditional song, 'Njabala' and our gal Sharon shook her butt to the impression of the judges and I think it was the best performance for the night. Judge Juliana:"I loved the dance, you shook it like there was no tomorrow"
Nancy(South Sudan), Joe(Burundi) and Eunice from Kenya were the last group to perform for the night. Judge Juliana said it was a fabulous show but Judge Ian said he prefers them performing as individuals otherwise as a team, it was a no for him.
After the contestants had performed, they were all asked to go stage to find out who the first contestant to win the immunity was Jackson. This means that even if Jackson sings the lousiest song on Sunday, Ian's comments.
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