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Sweet wins for the top spots – Idols SA

09 September 2022
It has been one hurdle after another, and this time the fate of our Idols SA Top 10 rests in your hands Mzansi.
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The past two weeks have shown that every contestant is ready to put in the work and sing to the end. As much as we have come to love them all, two of our Idols SA Top 12 faves will be walking away from the competition this coming Sunday.

ProVerb made the most of his return to a proper audience with a navy-blue suit blazer (R1 550) partnered with a black formal shirt (R499) and black skinny jeans (R525). A little something extra came courtesy of his navy blue lapel pin (part of a tie pack for R199), and DH black formal shoes (R725).
Zee teamed up with Kelly Khumalo to deliver the opening of the live season, and when they were done, it was well and truly opened.
Zee was wearing an Amber black flare babydoll dress (R899), Chameloen gunmetal crystal buckle stretch belt (R380), Keira Ann silver double ring earings (R110), Chameleon black wide diamante cuff bracelet (R220) … *gasp* … AND a pair of Life is like a Catwalk black Lycra thigh-high block heel boots (R1 399).
Thapelo and Mduduzi Ncube seemed to get along well enough. They certainly worked well together, based on what Ncube had to say on the matter.
Thapelo strode into the live show fray wearing an oversized long Chinese collar shirt (R625) with a Rheeder pink tone bomber jacket (R699) paired with black skinny jeans (R525). The look was rounded off with a RRheeder pink tone bomber jacker (R699), a nude boater hat (R350) and New Balance nude and tan sneakers (R2 099).
Strutting her stuff in this seilver-lined sexy number (R460) was Hope, and she shook things up ny wearing her diamante necklace eon her head (R130), Keira Ann Silver Aztec earrings (R160 and dutifully worn on ears), paired with a diamante stretch bracelet set (R110) and a brace of Slay Queen silver diamante strap heels (R899).
Uhm, Thembi? Not for nothing, but there’s a chair right behind you. We think it was actually brought especially so that YOU could sit on it. No? Okay, then.
Oh, come on, now! We thought you were the sensible one …
Mpilwenhle looked like she was having a GREAT time sharing the stage with Presss (who is officially 50% the letter 's') … and audiences seemed to have a GREAT time hearing them share it.
Mpilwenhle was keeping it simple in a Miss Port Red sparkle rouge dress (R799), AV earrings (R350), and Chic black suede block heel platforms (R799).
Kabelo came decked in RRheeder –  a green floral suit jacket (R1 599) and matching pants (R899). A bit of accent was provided by a Chameleon Whote Seedbead necklace (R250), and PUMA delivered the white kicks with the pink detail (R1 899).
Tesmin-Robym and Boohle wasted to time in getting down to the business at hand – which was all about getting down.
Tesmin-Robyn finished things off when she took to the stage in a notable black feather bralette (R1299), Hey Betty White Skinny Jeans (R575), and Chameleon silver diamante droplet earings (R199). She was holding up all of the glam with a pair of No Doubt Black Satin Seventies Platforms (R1 499).
“Do I look good in this light? I look good in this light, don’t I? Yeah, I do.”
They did well during the first live performances. They should be proud.
Ladies and gentlemen – Group A.
ProVerb made the most of his return to a proper audience with a navy-blue suit blazer (R1 550) partnered with a black formal shirt (R499) and black skinny jeans (R525). A little something extra came courtesy of his navy blue lapel...

We know goodbyes are never easy but the only way to keep your faves in the game is to show your support and root for them by casting your votes. We know someone out there might need this information – here’s all you need to know about how voting works.

While making it to the top is about staying in the competition, some cool prizes come with earning this sweet spot. Let’s be honest, who doesn’t like to splurge a little? The Idols SA Top 10 will walk away with cool prizes from Standard Bank, Spotify, Truworths Fashions, and Yamaha.  A few lucky contestants will walk away with some astonishing prizes – now who doesn’t like to be part of the winner’s circle?

The lucky Idols will be balling by the end of the live show – in case you missed it, they will be walking away with R5 000 in a MyMo account and access to a mentorship programme from Standard Bank, R5 000 from Mzansi Magic, R5 000 from Spotify, and fashion vouchers worth R5 000 from Truworths. To top it all off Yamaha added a whopping R15 000 worth of musical equipment – now that’s the way to gear up for the top spot.

Look how time flies when you’re having fun. We’re already winding down to the Top 10. The show is going uphill from here, with the performances getting more intense; but knowing our Idols they will continue putting in the work to make it to the end.  

We’re just as excited and anxious as you are. We understand it’s never easy to keep your cool when the results are uncertain, so like you, we are keeping our fingers crossed. In the meantime, keep hydrated and clear your schedule for Sunday night, whether you’re joining the live audience or streaming from your home – we will need you to be booked and busy with your Idols SA faves..

Catch the Idols SA contestants live on Mzansi Magic at 17:00 on Sundays. Follow the action on FacebookTwitter,  Instagram and TikTok using #IdolsSA.