Joshua and Grace evicted from Project Fame Reality Show

The evictees entertained  the fans with parting songs

Ghana’s Joshua Effriyie and Nigeria’s Grace Mark have become the latest contestants to be evicted from the ongoing Project Fame Reality Show, after earning the least number of votes.

They were defeated by Chinyere Akwueh, Adetoun Adekoya, Ella Nnabuchi and Didi Kosu, who secured another shot at the first prize with convincing performances.

After their outing, it was time for the judges to pick the better contestants. With Cobham as the guest judge in TY Mix’s absence; they unanimously chose Nnabuchi after thorough consideration. The Judges also saved Akwueh for bringing the extra factor into her performance; faculty saved Adekoya whom they felt had been on top of her game, while Didi escaped elimination after being voted by contestants not on probation. And so for first time in Project Fame history, she became the first contestant to join the others in the Academy mid-stream.

Mark later performed Yvonne Chakachaka’s Umqombothi while Effriyie opted for VIP’s Ahukewu as a parting gift to fans.

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