Shudu started off the first half of the event by singing “Stay with me” by John Legend. The next performer was Kanya Xundu, singing “All I ever had.” Up next was Talita Niemen, who sang “Total eclipse of the heart” by Bonnie Tyler. Zahn-Reece took to the stage next to perform “Feeling good” by Michael Bublé. Millicent Chimonyo was up on stage next, performing “If I ain’t got you” by Alicia Keys. Hlengiwe closed off the first half of the show by performing “I will always love you” by Whitney Houston.
After a 20 minute interval, the event was open to members of the audience to win tickets to Tuks Got Talent on Thursday 14 April 2016 by showing off their own talents. After this was done, Jae began the second half of the show by singing “If I were a boy” by Beyoncé. The next performer was Siyabonga, who gave a crowd-pleasing performance of Luciano Pavarotti’s “O sole mio.” Up next was Thobeka, who performed “Say yes” by R&B duo Floetry. She was backed by piano. Amephi took to the stage next to perform her rendition of “Hotline bling” by Drake with a piano accompaniment. Thabang Mabena was the next performer, singing “Chandelier” by Sia. Lungile Moyo took to the stage next to perform Hozier’s “Take me to church,” with an electric guitar. Klaus Louis closed off the show by performing Ella Fitzgerald’s “Summertime” with a piano accompaniment.
Siyabonga took third place, winning R500. Millicent Chimonyo came in second place, winning R1000. Klaus Louis took third place, winning R1500. In addition to these winners, Kanya was chosen to perform at Tuks Got Talent, and Thobeka won VIP tickets to Tuks Got Talent.
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