Top 10 Nigerian Idol Contestants Live Performance (Video)

Top 10 Nigerian Idol Contestants Live Performance (Video)

For the first time in front of a live audience, the Nigerian Idol Top 10 performed hits from divas and divos.

Abraham, Chisom, Constance, Goodness, Ose Daniel, Precious Mac, Quest, Reigny, Savy Henry, and Victory all made their debuts on the Nigerian Idol Live Show last night, each performing songs from the entertainment industry’s divas and divos.

The event began with the presenter, IK Osakioduwa, giving a short remark about being back on stage before introducing the Judges: Simi, D’banj, and Obi Asika. Following the introduction, IK brought up the social media discussion over the Judges’ Top 10 choices.

He then read a few tweets from fans expressing their displeasure with the judges’ decisions this season, but IK maintained it cool with a few witty comments and, as usual, kept things respectable. The Top 10 were then announced, and the performances began shortly after.

Here are the Top 10 Contestants performance

Victory performs Fallin by Alicia Keys

First on the roaster was Victory whose rendition of ‘Fallin’ by Alicia Keys was praised by Obi who started his appraisal with the words, “Welcome home.”


Savy Henry perfoms You and I by John Legend

After Victory’s rivetting performance, Savy Henry was with a soothing performance of ‘You and I’ by John Legend. His performance was praised by Simi who gave accolades to Savy Henry for knowing how best to make use of his voice in giving a befitting performance.


Reigny performs Heaven Sent by Keyshia Cole

Looking at the long roaster of singers it was obvious there will be no time wasted before the next Contestant came on stage. Reigny was next on stage with a well-received rendition of ‘Heaven Sent’ by Keyshia Cole.


Chisom performs U Got It Bad by Usher

Chisom was to follow with a performance of ‘U Got It Bad’ by Usher. His performance was well received by the Judges with D’banj commending his performance ability. His time on stage ended with a bit of hip-whining lessons from IK.


Goodness performs Halo by Beyonce

The performances of the night continued with Goodness doing justice to Beyonce’s ‘Halo’, which received praise from the Judges.


Abraham performs Go the Distance by Michael Bolton

Right after Goodness, Abraham came on stage to sing ‘Go the Distance’ by Michael Bolton. Obi and D’banj mentioned how scared they were at first by this song choice, but were later relieved to see that he could match the energy of the song.


Quest performs It’s All Coming Back To Me by Celine Dion

Quest then came along with a performance of ‘It’s All Coming Back To Me’ by Celine Dion. Her vocal dexterity was praised by the Judges, though D’banj did note that she should learn to pace herself while singing.


Ose Daniel performs Make You Feel My Love by Adele

Ose Daniel was next and before singing was described by Obi as having a voice “like sugar”. He proved Obi right with his performance of ‘Make You Feel My Love’ by Adele.


Precious Mac performs No One by Alicia Keys

Precious Mac performed next with a well-received rendition of ‘No One by Alicia Keys. She was hailed by the Judges for defending her family’s honour with her performance.


Constance performs All I Ask by Adele

The performances of the night ended with Constance’s performance of ‘All I Ask’ by Adele. Her performance was praised by the Judges with Simi making a little note for Constance to do better with her performance next time, while D’banj commented on her song choice saying the meaning of the song might have been lost on Constance because of how young she is. Constance was given a chance to speak, and she explained that she could fully relate to the song because she had lost a sister and would want another chance to speak with her because they argued a lot while she was alive.


It is clear that Nigerian Idol has unearthed a remarkable pool of talents and the journey is only just beginning. And thus, the curtains fell on another exciting episode of Nigerian Idol,

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