The second season of Nigeria’s biggest talent show Nigeria’s Got Talent will premiere nationwide this Sunday November 17.
The big-budget entertainment reality show, which debuted to global acclaim last year, is back with a new season that fans are already queuing to watch.
To air on NTA, STV, Soundcity, ONTV and various Startimes Channels, Got Talent will captivate millions of Nigerians home and abroad for the next 4 months, as judges Kate Henshaw, Yibo Koko and Dan Foster work with the most talented Nigerians to deliver one out standing individual worthy of the big prize: N10million.
‘Looking forward to this year’s show, and feedback from fans,’ says host Andre Blaze, who’s hosting NGT for his second year running.
One this first episode airing this Sunday, prepare to see the thrilling Ibadan auditions where a 5 year old boy left the judges spell bound by his dance performance, as well as a motorbike rider who has taken his profession to another level.
This episode didn’t end on a good note for Yibo Koko as he lashed out on a comedian who certainly didn’t practice his act before appearing before the judges.
“With all the drama, entertainment and excitement that Ibadan offered, it is credible enough to say that Ibadan does have some outstanding acts to showcase which I am sure viewers will be pleased to see this Sunday, “ said Dan Foster.
“All I can say Nigerians should look forward to this Sunday is creativity and originality at their best level,” added Kate Henshaw.
The premier episode of Nigeria’s Got Talent on Sunday promises to be an hour load of fun, excitement, comedy and never seen before talents.