Monday, 16 July 2012


The tall beauty from South Sudan was evicted from the Tusker Project Fame academy last Saturday leaving the number of contestants still fighting it out for the top prize at six.
Her eviction was a surprise to many as during the first weeks of the show she was believed to be one of the strongest contestants to beat. Somewhere along the way, her stage performances ceased being sensational and she was put on probation several times before being evicted.
Nancy was an incredible flirt and after ladies' man Allan Roy left she enjoyed Big Joe Irankuda's attention. She however clarified that she was not into him and she just chose to ignore it so that her stay in the academy would be smooth.
Asked if she would date Joe after the season is over, she quickly said no and added that she has a boyfriend. She plans to sing reggae and has promised to seek out the members of the faculty to help her in her career. "This is not the end of the road; it is the beginning of the highway," was her last quote at the Tusker Dome stage after her eviction was announced.
Meanwhile four contestants were put on probation after performing their own compositions on Sunday evening. Among those on probation are Kenyans Steve Homes and for the first time, Ruth Matete, Ugandan Sharon Nahkioga and Burundian Joe Irankuda.