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 Project Fame: End Of Road For Deborah, Jennifer


Two ladies, Deborah and Jennifer, have become the first contestants to be evicted from the on-going MTN sponsored Project Fame West Africa music competition. The elimination show is one night that drives home the point of the competitive side of the reality show.

The evening recorded the first elimination of the season, where two out of the five contestants that were placed on probation the previous week, ended their journey in the Academy.

The contestants not on probation opened the show, as they teamed up for their first group performance –a medley of Chris Brown’s Deuces and Beyonce’s End of time, which was delivered in flawless harmony.

Tejiri, Richie, Jennifer, Deborah, and Kumi then performed one after the other, for a chance to redeem themselves and remain in the competition. The Judges and Faculty attested to the fact that the performances were much better than the first one that landed them on probation.

In the end, Tejiri was revealed to have garnered the highest votes from the viewers; Kumi was given a second chance by the Faculty, which left the fates of Deborah, Richie, and Jennifer in the hands of their fellow contestants. Eventually, the contestants saved Richie, as he had more votes than the rest.

Deborah and Jennifer expressed their gratitude for the opportunity to be on a platform as huge as Project Fame, and they each performed for the last time before they took a bow.

Deborah performed Have you ever by Brandy, while Jennifer performed Best thing I never had by Beyonce. 
Meanwhile, with Sunday’s Elimination Show, it has become imperative for the remaining contestants to bring their A-game to every of their performances, as the MTN Project Fame competition has obviously moved from just having the ability to sing well, but also showcasing essential skills.  

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