The 2016 edition of Citi FM’s talent show, the Voice Factory just got heated!
On the station’s drive time show, the Traffic Avenue, host Jessica Opare-Saforo made the announcement.
She replayed last Sunday’s performances, where the contestants were tasked to minister, Praise Style and there was also a nerve-wrecking recap of some of the comments that the judges made. Then Jessica revealed the contestants who were in the bottom three positions, after Sunday’s show.
The three are Gerard Amavi, Ohenewaa Williams and Maame Abena Ankomah.
This is the second week that Gerard has been in the bottom three and sadly, he is the one whom has been eliminated from the contest.
This means that Kakra Mills Robertson, Natasha Odoi, Michelle Amankwah, Godslove Cudjoe, Ohenewaa Williams, Elizabeth Joseph, Kwenorkie Adela and Maame Abena Ankomahare safe.
The eight, who are left in the race, will compete again on Sunday, July 17, when they will perform for the judges and the listeners.
After the performances, listeners shall have 24 hours, within which to vote for their favourite contestant. These votes will have a 30% influence on who stays and who gets evicted next week Wednesday.
A 70% weighting of votes will go to the judges.
The Voice Factory is a music talent show in which ten contestants, two of whom have already been evicted, are competing for the ultimate cash prize of GHc5000.
It is broadcast live every Sunday on 97.3 Citi FM and is hosted by William Diego Parker-Benin.
Jeffrey Owuraku Sarpong/citifmonline.com/Ghana