Celebrations V: DTC & Champs booted out

Champs [L], DTC [R]
It was a night of great sounds, melodies and dance as the various groups in Season V of TV3’s Celebrations took turns to treat the audience and viewers at home to sounds of worship and praise.

One after the other, the groups showcased what they are made of through their performances. They thrilled studio audience who could not help but be on their feet to dance to the melodious tunes.

As characteristic of every competition, no matter how much of effort each contestant puts into their delivery, someone always has to go.

And that was the case of the Champs group from the Assemblies of God Church, and DTC from Christian Village who had to bid farewell to the competition despite their efforts.

The two groups were evicted after Sunday’s live performance.

They join KP and TAC-GH who were also evicted two weeks ago from the competition to miss out on the ultimate prize for the competition.

Sunday’s performance was dedicated to foreign gospel as contestants performed songs from foreign gospel artistes of their choice.

Champs kicked off the performances with William McDowell’s You are God Alone, with DTC following with Days of Elijah by Donnie McClurkin.

Champs in action
DTC on show

The next group to perform was ETW who sang I’m Trading my Sorrow  by the Women of Faith choir.


Chord came through performing Dream of a City, and Psalters performed You Raise Me by Secret Garden.


All contestants thrilled audience with exciting and entertaining performances.

At the end of the night, OK group who performed Lionel Peterson’s Peace was adjudged Best Performers.

Best Performing Group, OK

Royalty was adjudged Best Dressed Group.

Best Costume, Royalty

With four groups out of the competition, six are still in the run for the ultimate.

‘Celebrations’, which airs on TV3 every Sunday at 8:00pm, is a musical competition aimed at churning out Ghana’s best gospel music group.





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