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Things are getting hotter and hotter for the contestants
in the Tecno Own the Stage karaoke competition. The reality show, which kicked off with 15 participants drawn from Kenya, Nigeria and Tanzania, paraded only six during
last Sunday’s episode nine. The Kenyan quartet of Pascal, Sikin, Mary and Ramar254, Nigerian Mary and Nandy from Tanzania were the last six standing.
And on that day, they encountered their toughest challenge yet as they had a face off with each other. With only three songs on the playlist – Omawumi’s Bottom Belle, Nico and Vinz’s Am I Wrong, and Patoranking’s Girlie O, it meant that each contestant not only had to give everything they had in their vocal cords, but also had to outshine
whomsoever they got paired with.
Before the song battle began, Nigeria-based Kenyan artiste, Victoria Kimani, had thrilled the audience with a rendition of one of her songs.
Then, the tone was set for the battle between Mary and Nandy. The Kenyan was selected to perform ahead of the  anzanian, who then stood by and watched as her fellow contestant performed Omawumi’s 2012 hit song. Thereafter, it was Nandy’s turn to perform the same song at the end of which the judges – M.I., Yemi and Bien – declared the contest a draw. The evening’s second battle was a showdown between the show’s
most outstanding acts, Pascal and Shaapera, who had to separately perform Nico and Vinz’s 2013 hit song.  First up was Pascal who practically brought the house down with a superb rendition of the award-winning song. But no one was expecting anything less from the affable Kenyan. And with such a performance, it was always going to be hard for anyone
to replicate or surpass it. But Naija’s own Shaapera wasn’t just anyone as she gave another hint of why she remains one of the frontrunners for the $25,000 star prize, with an electrifying performance which, like
Pascal’s, also had the audience and the judges excited. The judges ran out of superlatives during their appraisal of both
contestants with an excited M.I. going as far as predicting that they could likely end up competing in the grand finale, with co-judges Yemi and Bien nodding in agreement.
The last pair of Sikin and Ramar254 engaged in an all-Kenyan battle for supremacy with their respective rendition of Patoranking’s 2011 hit song, at the end of which Kimani
thrilled the audience once again before
the judges announced the three contestants shortlisted for eviction -Shaapera, Mary and Ramar254. But only one had to go, which turned out to be Mary. However, the remaining contestants are scheduled to make a return next week when they would be performing songs originally composed and performed by the judges.ainment 3

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