Five more contestants evicted from Glo’s Dance with Peter

Five more housemates have been evicted from the on-going Dance with Peter reality T.V show, sponsored by next generation network, Globacom. Their eviction followed   a very competitive outing among the remaining 26 contestants.

Tension was rife in the house as the second eviction edition commenced. MX, Tom Tom, Neon and Prince of Team “Get Squared,” Mannaseh, Smiley, Paulette and Weezy of Team “Personally,” and Tjark, Yemi, L’Dee, and G-Xtreme of Team “Roll It” had been put up for eviction last week, but reprieve came their way as the judges comprising Peter Okoye of PSquare, Dance Queen, Kaffy, Dance Choreographer, Don Flexx, and M.I who made a guest appearance, gave them another opportunity to prove themselves.

The focus on this week’s edition of the reality T.V show was the Hip-Hop genre. Before the contest began, the judges explained the concept of Hip-hop and why it was the focus for the week. They also advised the contestants on what is expected of them during their performance.

After a careful but thorough collation of the votes, the judges re-appeared on stage to give a verdict.   One could hear the heartbeats of the contestants as Ehis, who anchored the show, announced the evictees.

Unfortunately, Ambrose Idemudia (TJack), Prince Ajayi, Love-Divine Ike (L’Dee), Eromose Ordia (Tom Tom), and Michael Adaikwu (Neon) could not make it to the next stage as they were evicted from the Academy. Chills ran down the spine of the audience who were amazed at the eviction of Neon, Prince, and Tom Tom whom they felt performed very well. With this eviction, the Academy is left with 21 contestants.

After the Saturday’s performances, Malachi Alozie (Mali Hot Boi), Ernest Smiley, Lea Dibebe (Socrazy Cool),   David Amaechina (Snipes), and Cynthia Njoku (Nekky) were put up for eviction in next week’s show.

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