The Judges Are Not harsh: Nigerian Idol Ex-contestants Give Opinions About TV Show

The Judges Are Not harsh: Nigerian Idol Ex-contestants Give Opinions About TV Show

- Three Nigerian Idol ex-contestants Clinton, Faith Mac, and Deloye have shared their experiences on the singing TV show

- Clinton noted that he auditioned in 2015 but was not successful and he was reluctant to try again but his friends encouraged him to apply

- Faith said she had a beautiful experience on the show, noting that she looks forward to combining music with fashion designing

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Some ex-contestants of the Nigerian Idol season six recently walked down the memory lane of singing on the stage with some of their favourite singers as the judges.

In a chat with, Clinton, Faith Mac, and Deloye shared how impacting the singing show was even though they didn't make it to the end of the show.

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Nigerian Idol ex-contestants Clinton, Faith Mac, and Deloye
Nigerian Idol ex-contestants Clinton, Faith Mac, and Deloye spoke on their journey in the TV show. Photos: @clintonfrancis_ @officialfaithmac_ @dotun_deloye
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Clinton Francis

The young man revealed that he applied for the singing show at the last minute. According to him, he had auditioned first for the show in 2015 and he did not get in.

His friends, however, encouraged him to apply for their year's season and he reluctantly did.

Talking about the judges, the upcoming singer stated that he did not think they were harsh.

"I think they were being honest, saying it the way they feel. That's why they are the judges."

Clinton noted that he learnt a lot from the singing competition even though he didn't make it to the last stage.

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Faith Mac

The young woman stated that she went for the singing competition to have a feel of being on the stage and to build her music career. Faith said she had a beautiful experience, noting that she had fun.

On the judges, Faith said she didn't think they were harsh to her.

Dotun Deloye

Deloye said he's been singing for as long as he could remember. He noted that he was in the juvenile choir. According to Deloye, music, and showbiz is his life.

The upcoming singer noted that the contestants who are still on the show have what it takes to win.

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In other news, earlier reported that Seyi Shay shattered the heart of a 17-year-old Nigeria Idol contestant.

Seyi, who gained a reputation as the bluntest judge on the show, was not impressed by the young man’s attempt at singing and she made no effort in sugar-coating her feedback.

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The Irawo crooner told the young man that someone close must have lied to him by egging him on to try out the audition.

The singer while hiding under the guise of ‘tough love’ noted that he would never make money as a singer.


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