With a resounding success of the debut round, South Africa’s very first Indian singing reality show, has taken the public by storm.
The second elimination round of the contest will take place on Saturday, March 31 at 9am. Season two of the contest will be open to adults.
Thousands of loyal fans attended the historic event and the stage was set for the much-awaited Chutney, Nagara and Sarangi aspects.
Following a resounding success of the debut round, South Africa’s very first Indian singing reality show, has taken the public by storm, much to the delight of organisers.
The proceeds from the show will be donated to the Phoenix Youth Centre and Child Welfare. Residents are encouraged to come in their numbers to support this fantastic event for an amazing cause.
The entire venue had been created into a studio. In keeping with the theme and month of love, the décor was red, white and black.
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One of the prominent judges of the reality show, Prof Dhiren Allopi said, “Our contestants are a vibrant lot, bursting with energy, hungry to learn the art of music and singing while also keeping their culture alive.”
Flash Entertainers, who have enthralled huge crowds since 1968, will perform all their spicy hot favourite songs with scintillating dances and fabulous music.
The talented artist, who is described as ‘the small town boy, who made it big’ belted out some of his successful hit songs, including Tum Hi Ho.
Wahooz treated guests to popular Bob Marley covers such as ‘I Shot the Sherriff’, ‘Is This Love’, ‘Jammin’, ‘Buffalo Soldier’, ‘No Woman, No Cry’ and ‘One Love’, as well as sounds inspired by this musical icon through the decades.