The much talked about show

Watch performances below to find out who chose team Patoranking, Waje, 2Face Idibia or Timi Dakolo.

The episode kicked off with 24-year old Khemmie from Kwara State, who performed Tiwa Savage’s “Olorun mi.” Her performance got her a turn from Timi and Waje. She opted for Waje.

Next up was 20-year-old Armstrong Martins with his rendition of Ed Sheeran's  “Thinking Out Loud.” His performance got him a turn from Timi Dakolo, who automatically became his coach.

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51-year-old mother of three, Princess Pat from Edo State was up next with “Roar” by Katy Perry. Her performance got her zero turn from the judges.

Next up was 20-year-old Linda Nneka from Lagos, who performed Asa’s “Be My Man," which got her a turn from Patoranking and 2face Idibia. She opted for Patoranking as her coach.

Daivy Jones came on stage to perform a rendition of Cee Lo Green’s “Forget You,” which got him three turns. He finally picked Team Timi.


29-year-old mother of two, Mojisola, performed Jill Scott’s “A Long Walk,” which got her turns from Waje and Patoranking. She eventually picked Waje.

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Up next was 28-year-old David who performed a rendition of One Direction’s “Story of my Life”. He got a turn from only 2Face Idibia, automatically joining his team.

32-year-old Feyishayo was up next with Darey’s “Pray For Me.” Unfortunately, her performance did not get any of the coaches to turn.

Up next was Prime, a 23-year-old trader from Lagos. His rendition of Lorde’s “Royals”  got Patoranking, Timi and 2Face to turn. He chose Patoranking.

The final performance was 22-year-old David Operah, who performed  his rendition of Rihanna’s “Stay”, which got him first four-turns of the night! He went for team 2face.

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Did you watch the entertaining episode? What are your thoughts?

Watch David Operah's performance below.