These last couple of Sunday nights have been totally hynotysing - with Idols contestants vying for that number one spot. It is becoming increasingly difficult to choose a favourite hence everyone in the remaining top 5 brought their A- game.
Yanga and King B are seemingly firm crowd favourites, their sizzling performances on the show always translate to traffic on Twitter. Unfortunately it was the end of the road for Nosipho, who sadly got the chop after being in the top two, together with fellow contender, Thato, who is still in the running in the competition.
These are top 5 remaining contestants that are still in the running for the winners title:
Yanga is definetly doing the most with her captivating vocals. Last night she knocked it out the park when she performed Whitney Houston's 'I'll always love you'.
King B hardly ever disappoints, he brought the house down with his moving performance last night. He belted out 'Say something' by Luara D.
Niyaaz, could easily be dubbed as the underdog of the competition, but his vocal abilities are lethal. He received some pretty good advice from Beyonce's father, Mather Knowles. He said:"I want you to sing from the heart and not your head, I want you to go deep inside and be the artist that i know you can be".
Thato is another one to look out for - with his sizzling stage performance and vocals. Many have commended his ability to keep the audience entertained.
Thando received some really harsh criticism on last week's edition of the show, however she keeps slaying those performances. Mathew Knowles said this to her: "I want you to believe that you are great". She gave such a heartwarming rendition of Keisha White's, ''Weakness In Me.”
The end is near, and we cant wait to see who will come out tops.
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