Twitter users think ‘Idols SA’ would not be the same without the brutally honest Randall Abrahams on the judging panel.
Mzansi Magic has confirmed that ‘Idols SA’ has bid farewell to Randall Abrahams and Unathi Nkayi. Somizi reportedly returns this season.
From winners crowdsourcing funds for an album to judges in the negative spotlight, here’s why ‘Idols SA’ might have run its course.
Talented singers Berry and Karabo Mathe have made the ‘Idols SA’ top two and they are ready to show Mzansi what they’re made of!
For the first time ever, the ‘Idols SA’ top three is made up of only women! As the competition heats up, the contestants showed what they’re made of.
‘These remaining contestants are exceptional’: ‘Idols SA’ is gaining momentum as the competition heads into its final stages.
Kelly Khumalo was initially dubbed the ‘fan favourite’ to take Somizi’s spot as ‘Idols SA’. However, Tweeps thought she was ‘beyond horrible’ on Sunday as guest judge.
The ‘Idols SA’ top five gave stellar performances with the Mzansi Gay Choir that left South Africa wanting more! Check out some of the performances here…
The ‘Idols SA’ top nine performed yesterday and unfortunately for some, the standard of their singing was compared to a school performance.
Randall Abrahams says the top 10 rounds of ‘Idols SA’ statistically has the most impact. With that being said, who made the cut?
The ‘Idols SA’ top 16 has been chosen and the competition is about to get as fierce as ever. Have your favourites been selected?
Twitter users have given their two cents and they claim that these are the contenders for the ‘rudest South African celebrity’.
The first half of the ‘Idols SA’ top 16 have been announced. With exceptional talent this year, not everyone’s favourites made the cut.
Haven’t kept up with ‘Idols SA’? No problem! Here are the best singers and some wooden mic contenders from the first three episodes!
‘Prince Kaybee can’t even sing to save his life’, Tweeps reacted to DJ Prince Kaybee joining the judging panel of ‘Idols SA’.