14 December 2012

Nigeria: Waje Shares Her Inspiration On Glo's Big Friday Show

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Nigerian R&B singer, Aituaje Iruobe, popularly known as Waje, is the celebrity guest on this week's edition of Glo Presents The Big Friday Show.

Waje takes over the studio as guest artiste from P-Square who were the studio guests of last week.

Interestingly, Waje hits the limelight as the female voice on the duo's 2008 hit track "Do Me". On this week's show, Waje shares with Basketmouth details about her life and her music. The show will be broadcast on MTV Base. It will also be on Viasat1 TV, Ghana and in Benin Republic on ORTB.

This week's studio challenge was taken on by former Atlanta-based singer Zania. The singer was recently signed onto Soul Muzik (a record label co-owned by Darey Art Alade). Viewers will find out if Zania completes her challenge and gets to exhibit her talent on the show.

On the Celeb Surprise segment, Ghanaian Glo subscriber Theodora Atta-Peters, surprises her sister Georgette Atta- Peters by arranging a visit with her favourite celebrity - Ghanaian actress Juliet Ibrahim- with the help of the Big Friday Show crew.

Other interesting segments include the Prank Yo Peoples, where the BFS crew pulled one on Nigerian hip hop artiste, Vector tha Viper and Dr. Love segment with all the answers on love and relationship issues.

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