Dance With Peter… Contestants Battle For Final Slots

By Editor   |   12 December 2015   |   2:05 am  

Some of the contestants for Dance With Peter.

Some of the contestants for Dance With Peter.

All is set for an interesting battle in tonight’s episode of Globacom-sponsored Dance with Peter reality TV show as the ten contestants take on each other to get the judges’ nod into the next round of the competition.

G-Xtreme, Tee Jay, T-Rubber, Amazing Amy, C-Fly, Julius Fakta, Kelvin, Miracle, Da Octopus and Mali Hot Boy, who was recalled by the judges last weekend after he was initially evicted, will make up the five pairs, who will perform for the next stage of the show.

The originator of the show and one half of P-Square, Peter Okoye, announced at the end of last week’s show: “Next week, the challenge will be a tough one. I call this the Battle Face Off, it is one against one,” Peter declared. He explained that it was because of the need to complete the five pairs that Mali Hot Boy was recalled.

“Because you will be performing in pairs, we are bringing back a wild card to rejoin you. He is Mali Hot Boy and he has a massive crowd appeal,” Peter stated.

Dance director Wale Rubber, who added his voice said, “We will be looking for the contestant, who brings it the most, creative-wise, dance-wise. We will have a situation where two will step forward to perform and the judges will say: you are good, you are good, but this guy was better, you are up for eviction.”

It promises to be an exciting show as five of the ten remaining contestants may be put up for eviction. Viewers will find out how the dancers battle each other during the broadcast of the show on Africa Magic Urban (Channel 153 on DSTV) at 7 p.m. on Saturday.  

Viewers who miss the action can look forward to watching it on African Independent Television (AIT) at 5 p.m. on Sunday and on MTV Base on Wednesdays from 7 p.m. to 8 p.m. The company advised the public to vote for their preferred contestant by sending his or her code to 55518 at the cost of N50 per SMS. Voting lines are open from 8 p.m. on Saturday to 12 midnight on Monday.



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