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The opening received good critical reviews with Kavi Pratt and all contestants curtain raising it with her rendition called Believer.
Later on the man with a massive voice, Hope from Burundi took the stage performing to Wash Away by Gramps Morgan.
It was really a right way to kick off the show with Hope clarifying that it was just the start.
Next was the Nyeri queen Nyambura who performed to Love Like This by Faith Evans, a performance that was just good although she could have staged even better than that.
Then next we had Patrick from Rwanda taking the stage with Joe Thomas’s rendition Compromise, a performance that was nice and accompanied by background entertainment.
Next was TPF’s diva with a hard voice to beat, Daisy from Uganda who performed to Sondela by Ringo Madlingozi; and as always, she staged an incredible performance that left everyone wanting.
Daisy, Uganda’s hope
Next was Hisia from Tanzania performing to Usher’s Dive a performance that was average and lastly, Kenya’s supper duo, Amos and Josh, took the stage performing to Kci and Jojo’s Tell Me It’s Real a performance worth complementing.
The audience was feeling every moment that the duo had on stage and was cheering them.
After the performances, Nyambura and Patrick were shown the gate after collecting the least number of votes.
That means that the chance of becoming millionaires has four contenders, Daisy battling the boys; Hisia, Hope and Amos and Josh.
Daisy in an earlier performance with the boys
Daisy rocking the house