The heat in the Tusker Project Fame 3 academy is growing by the day with only 10 contestants now left in the house.
Following the humble exit of Tanzania’s Carol Uliwa, this week, the competitive temperature in the house is undoubtedly rising as the contestants continue to put their best feet forward in their quest to grab the Kshs 5million and Gallo Records recording deal ultimate prize.
The 22 year old soul loving budding artiste found the going rough at the end of her probation stint and joined first evictee and compatriot Kelvin Stephens out of the Tusker Project Fame 3 House.
Her eviction followed the saving grace extended to fellow contestants and compatriot Illuminata Rwelamira and the Rwandese pair of Nina Bola and Christian Rwirangira by the judges, contestants and the public respectively.
Undeterred and still in high spirits, Uliwa made a grand entry at Nairobi’s Samba Restaurant where an action packed eviction party had been thrown for her by East Africa Breweries Limited (EABL). At hand to receive her were the RED band trio featuring fellow evictees Raphael Sipalla, Davis Ntare and Eric Waturu.
Judges Ian Mbugua and Hermes Bariki also graced the lavish eviction party in the heart of Nairobi City.
Stepping out in true VIP style, Uliwa who was visibly enjoying herself alongside the RED Band trio once again performed a rendition of Bob Marley’s hit track Stir it up with patrons at the club effortlessly acting as her back-up singers.
Prior to joining the Tusker Project Fame 3 Academy, Uliwa who is in the process of publishing an anthology of poems had been pursuing an online Bachelors degree in Journalism and had previously worked as a weekend reporter for a lifestyle magazine in her Tanzanian hometown.
With Uliwa’s exit the ten contestants left in the academy now include: Karolyne Nabulime, Leah Atute and Maureen Kabasiita all From Uganda. Patricia Wangechi Kihoro, Debarl Clement Ainea, and Benard Ng’ang’a are still flying the Kenyan flag high.
Illuminata Rwelamira is the sole Tanzanian contestant left in the academy while Rwanda is represented by Nina Bola and Christian Robert Rwirangira.