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The captivating rendition which made the evening show very exciting saw the contestants, Zadok, Banty, and Progress, performing two songs each, one from any time of release and the other on the year they were born, another twist that increased the excitement generated from the evening gig, but a moment of Jordan’s eviction, with low votes from the over 29 million recorded.

The presentation of the grand prize was made on Monday, 11 April, 2022, at the Silverbird Cinema, on Victoria Island, Lagos, with the elated Amarachi, who expressed her gratitude to the award-winning brand for connecting with its consumers through a platform that refreshes movie lovers with the taste of its 13 unique variants as they watch their favourite films.

The contestants gave it a whirl in their separate performances in an attempt to woo viewers and fans for votes as the two contestants with the least votes would be eliminated in the next round. Abigail opened the floor of the evening with an astonishing rendition of ‘Rain on Me’ by Lady Gaga. The highlight of her performance was the uniqueness of her voice that synergized with her backup singers.

The company which has been the hallmark of uniqueness with its leading 13 Bigi carbonated soft drink variants and Table Water, its premium Fearless energy drink brands, consisting of the Classic and Red Berry products, as well as the Rite Sausages, is deeply committed to promoting excellence which Nigerian women and those globally have demonstrated in making the world peaceful for habitation.

The Nigerian Idol season 7 is proudly headlined and sponsored by Bigi, Naija’s favourite range of carbonated soft drinks with thirteen variants from the stable of Rite Foods Limited. The truly world-class and proudly Nigerian brand has started its journey of refreshing thousands of contestants who appeared for the live auditions of the season 7 music reality show today in Lagos.

The international event with the theme “Naija, race for Homeland” is specifically for Nigerians within the country and diaspora. It will start from Oba Alake’s palace and end at the M.K.O Abiola International Stadium, Abeokuta, with five water points at the 2.5km, 5km, 7.5km, and the finishing line. Also included are two refreshing points along the route.