In an electrifying opening to the highly anticipated music reality show, Nigerian Idol, the top 10 contestants on Sunday, wowed both judges and viewers with their remarkable abilities.
Kicking off the day’s performances was Victory Gbakara, who delivered a soulful rendition of Alicia Keys’ ‘Fallin’. Savy Henry followed suit, captivating the audience with a flawless rendition of John Legend’s ‘You and I’.
Reigny took the stage next, showcasing her vocal prowess with Keyshia Cole’s ‘Heaven Sent’. Chisom impressed the judges with an exceptional performance of Usher’s ‘You Got it Bad’. Goodness opted for Beyoncé’s iconic hit ‘Halo’, leaving the crowd in awe.
Abraham’s rendition of Michael Bolton’s ‘Go the Distance’ showcased his impressive vocal range, while Quest mesmerized everyone with Celine Dion’s classic ‘It’s All Coming Back to Me’. Ose Daniel’s rendition of Adele’s ‘Make You Feel My Love’ left a lasting impact on the audience.
Precious Mac took the stage by storm, delivering a powerful rendition of Alicia Keys’ ‘No One’. Constance closed the show on a high note with Adele’s emotional ballad ‘All I Ask’, leaving the audience wanting more.
As the debut episode drew to a close, the charismatic host, IK Osakioduwa, recapped the memorable performances, leaving the audience eagerly awaiting the results of the upcoming eviction.
Throughout the performances, the esteemed panel of judges— Obi Asika, D’banj, and Simi— shared their insightful opinions on each contestant’s individual performances, adding depth and expertise to the show.