Moulding ordinary people into superstars is a process you can describe as herculean & MTN Project Fame has not done badly in that regard. Over the years, Iyanya, Praize, Chidimma, iMike, Kesse, Monica and many others have been transformed by the mastery and professionalism of Project Fameâ€™s Faculty members and judges with the support of MTN.
After eight intensive weeks of competition, the finalists, among whom the latest superstar will emerge, have been announced. Kindly meet them after the cutâ€¦
Emeka (6) â€“ A student of Abia State University. His slow start notwithstanding, he has put in so much work to become a true contender for the ultimate prize. He had one of his best performances when he rendered Flavourâ€™s â€˜Ada Adaâ€™.
Right: Christian (1) â€“ Except for the votes that have not been coming his way â€“ God knows why â€“ the Ghanaian is truly an entertainer. His calm is almost ingenious and, besides that, his character is outstanding. He showed that last Friday when he performed once again Tufaceâ€™s â€˜African Queen.
Right: Clement (2) â€“ A lot of people wish this lad from Ghana did not sustain the injury that confined him to the wheel-chairs for weeks. Though he walks on crutches now, his determination is enviable. He provided sufficient cover-up, in terms of vocal dexterity, for his disability and roused the feeling of sympathy when he sang Michael Boltonâ€™s â€˜Back on My Feet Againâ€™.
Hence, the power lies in the hands of the viewers and the fans of the contestants to select who they think deserve to be the real superstar of MTN Project Fame West Africa Season 7. Viewers can text their favourite contestantâ€™s unique number to 306 or 1745 (in Ghana) to help boost their chances of winning the competition.