Dance with Peter… Housemates Set To Freestyle
Unlike the past few weeks when the contestants have been given specific themes to guide their presentations, the contestants this week have unlimited freedom to decide what to present in a contest tagged “Bring your own thing or Go Home.” Meanwhile, five of the 12 remaining contestants are up for eviction this week, following their poor showing at the last episode of the show, themed Afrobeat Challenge.
For tonight’s show, the housemates were mentored by the judges, Peter Okoye of P-Square, dance choreographer, Don Flexx and dance queen, Kaffy. Team Peter has C-Fly, Da Octopus, Miracle and Teejay; Team Flexx comprises Marion X, Nekky, G-Extreme, Kelvin, T-Rubber while Team Kaffy has Messiah, Amazing Amy and Julius Faktah.
Glo ambassador and Marvin Records protégé, Korede Bello, will feature as guest judge on the show. He says he simply wants to be entertained by the dancers.
“ I just want to see a great show and be entertained,” he declared.
One of the judges, Don Flexx is confident that his team will come out tops at today’s challenge.
“I feel my team members are the strongest in the show. I’ve watched them grow in this show and they deserve to be in the finals,” he enthused.
Also commenting, Wale Rubber, the dance director of the show, said that, “Team Kaffy have the desire to succeed and win and they indeed have what it takes to win the competition.”
On his part, Peter Okoye believes his own team members have been exceptional.
“The audience can attest to the fact that my team members are exceptional. All I have to say to them is get out there and make it work.”
Viewers will find out which of the dancers will prove their mentors right. Globacom urged viewers to tune in to the show on Africa Magic Urban on Saturday night and African Independent Television (AIT) on Sunday at 5 p.m to watch the show.
Those who miss the show can catch it on MTV Base on Wednesdays from 7 p.m. to 8 p.m. The public can vote for their preferred contestant by sending his or her code to 55518 at the cost of N50 per SMS.