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The show opened with Uganda’s Daisy doing Michael Jackson rendition BAD.
Judges discovered that she had skipped some crucial lines thus leaving the stage crestfallen.
It seems the song wasn’t her fit.
Next on stage was Kojjo also from Uganda with Eric Clapton’s blockbuster Change the world. This time Kojjo messed up, forgetting the second verse of the lyrics on the stage, although the recital was average.
Rwandan belle Phionah followed in the queue, doing Yvonne Chaka Chaka’s Am in love with the DJ, a performance that attracted a huge applause from the audience and judges.
Then came Kenya’s super duo Amos and Josh. Their show was hailed for the great vocals and exhibited confidence.
Hope’s performance was chosen as the best by Judge Ian.
All contestants were at the end of the show put on probation without a definite reason.