The weekends are about to become lit as The Voice Nigeria returns for its 2nd season. Check out five things you should expect.
The first season saw Waje and A'rese emerge winners.
The weekends are about to become lit and Pulse Movies has put together five things you should expect from The Voice Nigeria season 2.
Musical shows are of course popular for their musical moments. While some are easily forgettable, some others are memorable, for the right or wrong reason.
A'rese's peculiar performances, Brenda's distinctive presentations, Cornel's powerful presence; these are some of the moments we all still hold on to from the first season.
In the first season of the reality show, the judges Tuface Idibia, Waje, Timi Dakolo and Patoranking were known for their dramatics.
From their facial expressions whenever a contestant was performing to their 'words of wisdom, the judges were enough entertainment.
It didn't matter if a contestant was good, Patoranking will give you a 'deep in thoughts' look, Waje will give you her 'I just wanna cry' look and Timi Dakolo's screams will make you want to yank him back to his seat.
2Face Idibia? He isn't returning for a second season, but we will still miss his 'I'm short of words' signature comment.
There's definitely going to be that one amazing talent who doesn't manage to get any of the judges to push a button.
The coaches will commend him/her while explaining what's missing from their performance, and as always, we the audience would be left confused - like, 'did we all just listen to the same performance?'
The Voice Nigeria is being shot in South Africa, which means Nigerians will be back once again to question the 'unpatriotic act.'
After the audience have chastised the organizers, they will move on to making the show a trending topic every Sunday evening.
There would be arguments, conversations and memes. Social media is just about to become interesting on weekends.
It doesn't matter who wins "The Voice Nigeria 2," at the end of the show, its effort to discover undiscovered music artists in the country will be a success.
We will have more DNAs, Dewes and co, while some others go on to explore other career paths which will be added to their budding music career.