It’s Mother’s Day and some brave mothers have decided to slug it out in anticipation of the ultimate prize of TV3’s Mama’s Got Talent show.
The first four mothers on the maiden episode of Season 2 wowed audiences of TV3’s Mama’s Got Talent Show with their spectacular performances.
Some played the role of vocalists while others flaunted their keyboard skills as another showed off her dancing skills.
Madam Nyira opened the show with a song by ace Gospel Music Duo Tagoe Sisters. Madam Mercy Attipoe sang an emotional medley in her local Ewe dialect. Madam Comfort Boahen also sang a gospel classic while playing her keyboard. Finally, Madam Mallet stormed the stage to display her dance moves.
Flanked by their families who attended the show, the proud mothers took home hampers in appreciation of their efforts.
The mothers however have to wait for fans to vote for their favorite performances on the Mother’s Day edition of Mama’s Got Talent.
The mother after the Mothers’ Day edition are poised to whisk the ultimate prize which is yet to be announced.
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