Co-host of the 2020 edition of TV3’s Mentor reality show, Nana Kwadwo Addo has indicated that the contestant’s are ready for the music market locally and internationally.
According to him, this year’s competition has better talents than previous years.
The contestants always show cased mind boggling performance hence this Sunday is not going to be an exception.
The finale of this year’s mentor competition is scheduled to take place this Sunday, 27th December 2020 at TV3’s studio B. Six contestants will be slugging it out on who will be taking away the car and bragging right of being TV3’s Mentor winner.
“It has been exciting, It has gone a notch higher than the previous year. We have seen some amazing talents and of course we thrive to get better and better. This years’ experience has been better than last year, the talents that have come out have being amazing and also they’ve come with a certain level of energy because they learnt from the previous years as well.
“I think for the last twelve weeks, it is been mind blowing when it comes to performances and like we always say these guys are ready for the music market and so this Sunday promises to be a good one. it promises to be another mind blowing stage rocking jaw dropping and for want of any adjective to describe what promises to be good show. So this Sunday on TV3, it is going to be amazing.
Asked what his reaction will be in the event that a section of the fans are unhappy that their preferred contestant does not win, he said “It is a fan nature and that is what makes you a fanatic but that does not mean that you should go crazy but you should show your support to your favourites by coming in to support them and voting for them.
“If you are out there and supporting any of the six contestants who are coming up, anybody is capable of winning that is why they are in the finals so you should vote for them and come through to the event ground to support them.”
He also wished the finalists all the best coming up Sunday,
“I can only wish them all the best and may the best win because each one of them is a winner. If they put out their best, they are meant to win.
By Kaziah Owusu Afram and Sheena Pankani|3news.com|Ghana