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Clash of the Choirs: Our esteemed guests

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01 April 2016
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This season of Clash of the Choirs has been blessed by the presence of giants in the music and entertainment industry. South African music industry royalty, if you will. They've graced stages across the country, and many have broken through the glass ceiling and have become international stars. What an honour it has been that they paid a visit to the Clash set, either as guest judges, or as guests performers. Let's take a look back at who we've rolled out the welcome mat for this season.

Riky Rick and Zano
The pair teamed up to open the show during the choirmasters' hits week with their hit Sondela. Who can forget how Riky Rick serenaded Mam' Ribs, and even snuck in a kiss on the cheek; or at least tried to!

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Robbie Malinga
During Legends' week, the guest judge chair was filled by a former choirmaster. And not just any former choirmaster, but the season two winning choirmaster Robbie Malinga. Who better to judge the competing choirs than the gentleman who knows exactly what it takes to win.

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Donald
On the week the choirs sang a Capella Guest performer Donald gave a spirited performance that had Mam' Ribs breaking out all her best moves on the dance floor. He will be remembered as the artist that put the spirit of dance in the charismatic judge.

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Lebo M
Bioscope week was a big week for the choirs. Not just because it was the first week in which all the choirs had to perform twice, but also because they would be judged by a legend in the musical theatre scene, and one of South Africa's proudest exports, Lebo M. He is the brains behind all the music in The Lion King franchise internationally.

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Mpumi and Heavy K, and Ziyon

It may have been a high-pressure week for the final three choirs during local hits week, with an elimination free pass at stake, but Mpumi and Heavy K cerainly eased the tension and got everybody dancing with their performance of Umoya.

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In the judging panel that week was season2 Western Cape choirmaster, the ever-so-mellow Ziyon.

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Mi Casa
If you didn't get up to dance during Sarafina week, when Mi Casa shared their love of chocolate with us, your feet must have been tied together!

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Catch the FINALE of Clash of the Choirs this Sunday at 17:30 on Mzansi Magic. Who will take the coveted title and the one million rand prize?