Excitement as Project Fame audition begins
SINCE the auditions for the seventh season of the MTN Project Fame began last Saturday across the West Africa countries, including Ghana, Sierra Leone, Liberia and Nigeria, students of tertiary institutions and a cross section of entertainment- loving youths have begun to show their excitement.
Akeem Adepoju, a student of the Ladoke Akintola University of Technology, Osun State said he is prepared to have another great time watching the telecast of the reality show this year. “I just can’t wait to watch the contestants perform,” he said.
In Lagos, students from the Yaba College of Technology, Yaba, were also enthusiastic about seeing the shows. Meanwhile, it has been revealed that the headline sponsors of the show, MTN, is planning to hold Project Fame’s concerts in different parts of Nigeria before the opening gala in July. The concerts, according to the organisers, will hold in Lagos, Benin and Ilorin.
In line with its tradition, MTN’s music ambassadors will be performing at the concert, in addition to past Project Fame contestants from Nigeria and other parts of West Africa. The competition, which will be hosted by Adaora Oleh and Joseph Benjamin, will feature the likes of Joke Silva, Ben Ogbeiwi, popularly called Uncle Ben, and Kaffy, a dancer.
Activities in the Project Fame Academy are usually telecast daily on both terrestrial and digital television stations in Nigeria and other countries in the sub-region. However, the highlights of the show are the weekend’s performances and eviction shows.
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