Thursday, February 16, 2012


Two contestants out of the top twelve left in etisalat sponsored Nigerian Idol, were booted out of the competition on February 16,2012.The two contests are Ibinabo Romeo, a Nigerian based in Gambia and Ayo Ayolola based in lagos. The announcement of Ayo`s eviction never meant anything to the Judges and audience until he was given the microphone to sing his final song before leaving the house. Ayo grabbed the microphone and sang James Blunt`s, (YOU ARE BEAUTIFUL). This thrilled fellow contestants that they traded their emotions with tears. The audience present in the studio screened at his beautiful performance that they kept shouting Ayo, Ayo, we love you. The most emotional aspect of the show was when the father himself, one of the Judges of Nigerian Idol and a music icon, Charly Boy broke into tears as Ayo kept singing the song you are beautiful. Some of the spectators present did not agree with the choices of the audience, as they believed, that the two who were evicted should have stayed. But, they have no choice, because the viewers have the final say. Picture above: L-R shows the top twelve before tge eviction- Najite El-David, Ayo Ayolola, Nneka Njoku, Mercy Chinwo, Ibinabo Romeo, Chinedu Ugwumadu, Sylvester Kiskin, Diwari Peterside, Steven Onochie, Joe Anthony Ekpo, Lynda Giami and Honey Adum pose for the camera before the eviction

Ibinabo Romeo, evicted

Ayo Ayolola after the eviction

Gambian based Ibinabo singing I wanna know what love is, by Foreigner after she was evicted

Ayolola, singing James Blunt`s YOU ARE BEAUTIFUL after his eviction

Ayolola, backing the camera, been embraced by surviving contestants after singing the song titled "YOU ARE BEAUTIFUL"

One of the Nigerian Idol Season 2 Judges, Charles Oputa aka Charly Boy in tears as the viewers voted out one of the greatest talents of Nigerian Idol season 2, Ayo Ayolola

L-R Sponsorship Analyst, Etisalat Nigeria, Mr. Dayo Adeyelure, Ibinabo Reomeo, Ayo Ayolola and Tiwa Medubi, project manager Nigerian Idol after the eviction

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