Two-time Head of House, Ozo, and TrickyTee have emerged winners of the Pepsi TurnUp music challenge.
The two Housemates, who belong to Team Tekno, performed Tekno’s hit song ‘Duro’ and emerged winners of the highly anticipated task after impressing Biggie with their teamwork, showmanship and accurate lyrics of the song.
For winning the second task, Ozo and TrickyTee won themselves N1 million each, an all-expense-paid trip to Dubai for OneFest music festival and a year supply of Pepsi beverages.
Earlier today, the Housemates, two per team, had been asked to assemble a puzzle piece to determine which of the Pepsi ambassadors they will be representing.Team Tiwa Savage, which had Prince and Nengi, won the task.
After four hours of practice, Team Davido: Dorathy and Bright O performed Davido’s hit single, ‘If’. Bright O tried to spice the performance up by spraying BBNairas and putting a 30BG neck chain on Dorathy during the performance.
Team DJ Cuppy: Lucy and Kiddwaya performed DJ Cuppy’s hit song feat Tekno, ‘Go Low’. Their performance was below expectation and they struggled with their lyrics.
Team DJ Spinall: Vee and Tolanibaj performed DJ Spinall’s hit single featuring Kizz Daniel. The two ladies gave a sterling performance. At some point, they lost their lyrics fitness but still pulled through with a good show.
Team Burna Boy: Neo and Erica performed Burna Boy’s hit song, ‘On the Low’. The performance was filled with so much energy. Although they struggled with their lyrics, they were able to pull through with their smiles and energetic performance.
Team Tekno: TrickyTee and Ozo performed Tekno’s ‘Palanga’. The two men gave a sterling performance with good mastery of their lyrics as well as a well-balanced choreography.
Team Tiwa Savage: Prince and Nengi performed Tiwa Savage’s hit single, ‘All Over’. The performance started with lot of energy as Prince took the lead with the lyrics and Nengi giving support. They ended their performance with a mild kiss.
Team Wizkid: Laycon and Wathoni performed Wizkid’s controversial and hit single, ‘Fever’