The Big Talent Show: Fred, Paul Gee and King Solomon expelled amid impressive performances in Week 4
Competitors Fred, Paul Gee and King Solomon failed to progress to the next stage in week 4 of Adom TV reality program The Great Talent Show.
The three entertained fans since the entertainment program began, but luck slipped away as they couldn’t get enough votes to propel them forward.
Meanwhile, fans watched last Sunday’s performances from most of the contestants determined to avoid eviction.
short prophet opened the show with a gospel performance. Her rendition of traditional gospel songs from the Volta region had people dancing and cheering. His stagecraft and energetic performance wowed the judges. He was also praised for his costume.
Nana Yaw did a cultural dance indigenous to the northern region of Ghana nicknamed Tigari. The judges loved his performance and urged him to be versatile.
Wi-Fi Shatta imitated King Ayisoba by performing his ‘I want to see my father‘ song that made him famous. Shatta Wifi showed versatility by also playing the kologo, a traditional Ghanaian instrument.
Bie Gya started playing this week. She played an old lady ‘Fante’ who intercepted a conversation between two people trying to cook up a date.
C-Nortey closed the championship gap with his creative dance drama. It worked for him last week and this time he played a doctor who had a Covid-19 patient to treat. What intrigued the audience and the judges was the size of his syringes – too huge.
Paul Gee didn’t impress the judges, so he was asked to up his creative game. His Covid-19 game didn’t go well as his facts were contrary to what the coronavirus is.
Fred changed his style this week by impersonating a warrior from the Ashanti kingdom, but it wasn’t interesting enough for the judges.
Size two was praised for his fake performance as a prophet, but judge Clemento Suarez was unimpressed with the content. He praised him for his showmanship, but insisted it wasn’t enough to generate a compelling confrontation.
Martha performed Adani Best Maafio hit song and spiced it up with a background performance. This got him through the deportation stage regardless.
power of faith was one of the promising contestants of the Big Talent Show. His acrobatic movements never cease to amaze the judges and those who support him. Akumaa Mama Zimba explained how he fascinated her with his unpredictable performances.
King Solomon took the show to the Volta region with its traditional Agbadza dance. Agbadza is an Ewe dance that has evolved from wartime into a very popular recreational dance.
Kumawood actor Tapoli acted as carpenter this week. His attempt to sell an air-conditioned coffin to a Muslim proved futile.
Ankaa Baako took instrumentals from defunct music group Akyeame’s Mesan Aba song and wrote it with his own lyrics. This saved him from being expelled.
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