You can vote for your favourite contestant(s) on three easy to use platforms.
You can vote via:
2. Google (Online)
3. Project Fame website
1. VOTE VIA SMS
You can vote for your favourite contestant(s) by SMS using an MTN line if you are in Ghana, Nigeria and Liberia
ii. To vote, send contestant’s voting number to 306 if you are in Nigeria and Liberia. If you are in Ghana, send voting number to 1745
iii. Voting line opens weekly from 4P.M on Saturday of the current week to 3P.M on Friday of the following week
iv. You can vote as many times as you want within the voting period.
2. VOTE VIA GOOGLE
i. Sign in to your Google account
ii. Type any of these keywords in Google.com.ng or google.com.gh; Project fame, Project fame voting, Project Fame Vote, Project fame west africa, Project fame west africa vote, Project fame west africa voting to reveal the Project Fame Voting tab
iii. Click to vote for your favourite contestant.
iv. You can cast one or up to six votes per account daily
v. You can vote from anywhere in the world
NOTE: THE VOTING FEATURE WON'T WORK ON OPERA MINI BUT WORKS BEST ON CHROME BROWSER AND GOOGLE SEARCH APP.
i. Click on the “Videos” tab on http://www.projectfamewestafrica.com. Click “Probation” to watch the performances of contestants on probation for the week under review
ii. Hit the vote button if you are impressed with your favourite contestant’s performance.
iii. You can cast up to six votes per day to save your favourite contestant on probation.
iv. You do not need to register to vote on the website
v. You can vote from anywhere in the world.
GENERAL VOTING RULES
i. You have to be 18 years old to vote
ii. Voting line opens weekly from 4P.M on Saturday of the current week to 3P.M on Friday of the following week
iii. Up to six contestants are put on probation every week. The contestant with the most votes across voting platforms (Online, Google, Project Fame Website) is saved by viewers, the Judges will save one contestant, the Faculty also save one and lastly the contestants not on probation will save one of the remaining contestants up for elimination.
One of the major things the Project Fame West Africa platform prides herself in is the opportunity we give to our viewers to follow the success stories of talented young men and women right from the days of their ‘little beginnings’, just before the spotlight begins to shine on them, and before they are thrust into the glitz and glam that comes with the competition.
The success stories of these talented and aspiring music superstars begin right at the auditions. We have learnt something profound at these auditions, and it is the fact that one thing cannot be taken away from some of these people who are truly passionate about music- it is the relentless pursuit of the fulfillment of their dreams to become a superstar, irrespective of how many times they encounter ‘road blocks’ on the journey.
This will be proven by some of the contestants that you will meet in this first episode of Ibadan auditions; or how else can we possibly explain the fact that some of them who had auditioned at least thrice for the competition and weren’t chosen still found their ways back this year?
You can find out whether or not they scaled through the first hurdle just by clicking here. However, to find out if they will make it all the way into the Academy, we all have to keep our fingers crossed on that.
For now, it’s show time, and the city of Ibadan is our first stop.
So ladies and gentlemen, welcome to MTN Project Fame Season 9!