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As MTN Project Fame Season 3 continues to entertain its millions of
fans, last week saw the first set of contestants leave the musical

Lindsey and Gold became the first contestants to be evicted from this
year’s Project Fame. Both contestants were among the five contestants
with the lowest public votes that were up for eviction. The other
three contestants Modele, Joceilia and Shehu were saved by the judges,
the faculty and the remaining contestants while Gold and Lindsey were
left hanging.

Members of the public based their votes on the contestants’
performances of Asa and Tracy Chapman’s hit songs. Nigerian soul
singer Asa was around as a guest judge when the contestants were
performing. Judging from public votes Gold and Lindsey plus the
remaining contestants had the weakest performances of the night.

With two contestants now gone, 16 contestants are left in the race to
see who will be this year’s MTN Project Fame West Africa winner. This
lucky group of talented singers will have to face another hurdle this
week as another elimination round comes up

Another round of voting has kicked off after contestants yesterday
performed. With reggae icons Ras Kimono and Oritz Wiliki in attendance
and Ghanaian reggae star Batman Samini as a celebrity judge, the
contestants performed timeless reggae cuts from UB40, Lucky Dube, Ras
Kimono, etc.

You can now start voting for your favourite contestant or the
contestant who you think had the best performance of the night. Just
text the contestant’s number only to 306 from an MTN line. Please
remember to only text the contestant’s number and nothing else. Any
other added information will nullify your text.

During the week you can watch the contestants as they grow into
becoming full-fledged music stars. Throughout the week you can watch
30 minute episodes of their life inside the Performance Academy on
several TV stations all over the country.

Now in its third season, MTN Project Fame Academy is Africa’s leading
music talent show; discovering fresh music talents and nurturing them
to stardom.
 By Niyi Tabiti
 Ije, an international movie produced by Chineze Ayanene was premiered in Lagos on Saturday 31 July 2010 at the Silverbird Cinema. Its one movie that has brought  two of nollywood most talked about actresses, Omotola and Genevieve Nnaji together in recent times.

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