The road to the finale is shorter than ever, and with the elimination of Faith last Sunday, the final 4 battled it out on the Nigerian Idol stage with hopes to make it to the next round of the competition.
It was an amazing night as the contestants blessed us with good music and loads of style.
Styled by StichesbyAisy and P-Aries Clothing, here’s a look at what they wore for the night.
Talking about old-school drip, Akunna stepped out looking all yellow in a monkey jacket which she paired with yellow shorts. She accessorized with yellow hoop earrings and brown hand beads. Akunna finished up his look with a smokey eye makeup look and an Afro hairdo with a pair of black leather boots to complete the edgy look.
For her second look of the night, Akunna slayed in a gold sequined mono strap thigh-high slit dress. She paired this look with a sleek center part low ponytail and a gold-eye makeup look. She also accessorized with gold jewelry and wore gold peep-toe heels to finish. She looked stunning.
If you were wondering why Francis was trending on Sunday, it wasn’t just about the beautiful performance of Bob Marley’s evergreen tune, ‘Nuh Woman Nuh Cry’. He looked just as breathtaking as he sounded.
He wore a yellow and black Ankara print kimono paired with a black undershirt and trousers. He accessorized with black layered chains with a map of Africa pendant, and yellow beads on his wrist. He let his hair fall in the center part and finished up the look with a pair of black brogues.
For his second look, Francis wore a gold double-breasted suit. He plaited his hair in two all-back styles and accessorized it with silver studded earrings and multiple chains. He definitely looked like a sweet boy.
The man dazzled in a single-breasted yellow suit on Sunday. He paired this with a yellow undershirt. He finished up this look with a pair of black and white lace-up sneakers. We can’t wait to see what he pulls out from his closet this Sunday.
For his second look of the night, Kingdom wore a shiny silver blazer with a pair of black shirt and pants to match. The perfect classic man.
Coming on the stage for her first performance of the night, Comfort wore a green satin body-hugging dress which she paired with silver jewelry and a pair of silver heels to match. She wore a bold green eye shadow look and styled her hair faux locs in a center part that perfectly framed her face.
For the second look, Comfort stunned in a lovely blue dress with bubble sleeves and a sequined design under the bust area to give it a snatched look. She wore her hair in a side part Afro which complemented her amazing rendition of Carol King’s ‘Natural Woman’. We absolutely loved this look.
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