Monday, 17 August 2009


Former TPF2 contestant Linda Muthama poses with Comedian Nyambane a.k.a Walter Mongare before the show

Big Ted poses with singer Atemi

Inside the dome

Sarakasi dancers on stage wait for thier que during the live recording

Kenyan Patricia performs Sauti Sol's Lazizi

Judge Ian Mbugua

Judge Julia Kanyomozi

Valerie and Nakaaya perform Beyonce's Listen

Amani performs

Esther Nabaasa sings

Contestants chill out after the shooting of the live TV show ends

Twelve contestants drawn from the four East African countries have been selected to join the Tusker Project Fame 3 reality show contest.
The contestants who were unveiled on Sunday 16 at a star studded glitzy event are now set to compete in the ten week reality show which will see the winner walk away with a Shs 5million cash prize sponsored by Tusker not to mention a one year recording contract with South Africa’s Gallo Records.
The contestants have been enrolled at the Tusker Project Fame Academy where they will be exposed to the best in music vocal, song-writing and performance coaching to fully nurture their talent.
Speaking at the Tusker Project Fame 3 Premiere show staged at the TPF Dome in Ruaraka, East African Breweries Limited Marketing Director Debra Mallowah disclosed that the contestants will this year undergo a revised and enhanced curriculum geared at producing the very best from the individual contestants.
“For the first time in the Tusker Project Fame history, we are this year set to witness a more competitive and engaging training process backed by an enhanced training curriculum,” Mallowah said.
And added: “East African Breweries has on its part and through our flagship brand Tusker invested more than Kshs 200million to ensure the success of this program with the overall goal being to produce an authentic superstar from the talent pool of twelve contestants.”