Faculty cheers up contestants

Two weeks down the road, since the Tusker Project Fame 4 Academy opened, vocal coaches have continued to support and encourage the contestants. After last Sunday’s eviction, contestants met with the Faculty, who took time to encourage them and give them feedback on their previous performances.
 Gabiro
Gabiro

Two weeks down the road, since the Tusker Project Fame 4 Academy opened, vocal coaches have continued to support and encourage the contestants.

After last Sunday’s eviction, contestants met with the Faculty, who took time to encourage them and give them feedback on their previous performances.

Voice coach Kavutha Mwanzia-Asiyo urged all the contestants to avoid over-practicing; saying they should practice even their own ad-libs to avoid messing up on stage.

Aaron on the other hand, was sterner and warned the contestants about holding back while performing.
The students were also cautioned to guard against the crowd’s excitement that may have caused some of them to be carried away, and not perform as well as they should have.

Bribing?

As Kavutha was leaving, Rwanda’s sublime Gaga gave him a poncho as a token of appreciation, while Leah cornered the talented voice coach and asked for feedback on her performance.

One wonders whether Gaga was bribing Kavutha should she end up on probation. And on Leah, is she really seeking feedback on her performance, or is she ingratiating so as to end up in Kavutha’s good books? Let’s wait and see.

Probation

This week four students: Gabiro from Rwanda, and Amileena, Steve and Juvenalis of Kenya are on probation.
Let’s save our own contestant Gabiro by typing the word “Tusker 15” and send to 7333.

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