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PHOTOS: Tusker Project Fame Judges Tap Great Talent In Mbarara

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viagra dosage http://cystiphane-biorga.com/wp-content/plugins/ubermenu/core/ubermenu.class.php geneva; font-size: small; line-height: 200%;”>The much awaited auditions kicked off amidst heightened anticipation from participants who had rehearsed, treatment received tips and got the much needed moral support from former Tusker Project Fame contestant and now prolific musician, approved Naava Grey who graced the auditions and later on performed at the after party held at the new De-posh Bar in Mbarara.

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Christine Aboth, one of the of the contestants that was selected for Kampala auditions showcases her talent

The judges for the day, music producer Benon Mugumya, Capital FM presenter Flavia Tumusiime and Urban TV’s Bush Baby were amazed by the different levels of talent showcased in Mbarara.

They, however, settled on seven contestants who will proceed to the Kampala auditions scheduled for September 7 at the Sheraton Hotel.

One of the contestants whose performance tickled the judges at the Mbarara auditions

“We are looking for authentic singers with rich voices to compete across borders. We have certainly seen some exemplary talent today which if polished, can be able to give a good account of Uganda when Tusker Project Fame 6 begins,” said Benon, renowned music producer and judge.

The talent search in Mbarara discovered seven talented individuals in: Hope Natukunda, a lawyer, Rita Abenitwe a Makerere graduate, Christine Aboth, Andrew Mukama, Andrew Aijuka a radio presenter and Faith Gandhi a student of Uganda Christian University Mukono.

Former Tusker Project Fame contestant Naava Grey gives tips to hopeful auditioners during TPF auditions in Mbarara

The auditions also saw participants attempt to impress the judges with different genres of music like Kadongo Kamu Tusker Project Fame 6 which was received with mixed feelings.

Rita Abenitwe, a student at Makerere and Samuel Stone who both made it through to the next round of auditions

Tusker Project Fame 6 returns to the screens in a new format that allows music groups comprising not more than 3 people to audition making the competition tougher.

Speaking during the auditions, Tusker Lager Brand Manager, Harry Mwanje, said “We have registered an increment in the number of people auditioning today and got great talent. We are confident that we the individuals that will represent Uganda in Tusker Project Fame season 6 will be the best and are hopeful that we will produce the ultimate winner this season”.

Hopeful contestants line up to audition for Tusker Project Fame 6 in Mbarara

The daily highlights of Tusker Project Fame will be broadcast on Monday to Friday at 9:30pm-10:00pm and the live eviction and nomination shows on Saturday and Sunday starting from 8:00pm and 7:30pm respectively.

A gentleman tries his luck at the TPF 6 auditions in Mbarara

The TPF 6 jugdes cant hold themselves after a hilarious performance in Mbarara

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