IK and Stephanie probably have the most challenging jobs on The Voice Nigeria. They face all the emotions off camera, both happy or sad.
Host IK Osakioduwa and V-Reporter Stephanie Coker chat with Talent and either friends or family before they perform, stand with their friends or families backstage during the performance and welcome back Talent backstage after their performance.
This whole process comes with lots of emotions. Talent that make it through come back super excited, hug their friends or family members, while IK and Stephanie try to get a few words out of them about their experience.
Those who don’t make it, usually come back dejected and both IK and Stephanie have found themselves offering a shoulder to cry on or even a few words of encouragement.
At this stage of the competition, it being the final week of Blind Auditions, emotions are high are Talent are competing for the remaining eight spots on The Voice Nigeria.
Just last week, IK and Stephanie had to comfort an emotional Bose Wellington, after none of the Coaches turned for her. Some of the other Talent also came to comfort her.
This Sunday marks the final episode of the Blind Auditions. Only a few remain and Talent have to 'up their game’ to ensure they land a spot on a Team. It’s crunch time! Make sure you don’t miss it!
Catch an all new season of The Voice Nigeria every Sunday at 20:00 CAT on Africa Magic Showcase (DStv Ch151) or Africa Magic Urban (DStv Ch153).
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