Unfortunately it’s the end of the road for Lincoln who didn’t receive enough votes to progress and though he was psyched, Niyaaz was shattered to see him go and could not hold back tears.
Thato kicked kicked off our Top 7’s performances with a flawless rendition of ‘Mamelani’ by Naak MusiQ combined with effortless dancing.
Nosipho then gave us fire, spice and everything nice tonight by performing Ariana Grande’s ‘Into You’ and looking like an absolute flam.
Niyaaz was 100% committed and left it all on stage busting out some Chris Brown level choreo to ‘Turn Up The Music
We were then showered with unbelievable passion and vocals from Yanga who got a standing ovation for Letta Mbulu’s ‘Not Yet Uhuru’, judge Unathi called Yanga’s performance the best showstopper she’s ever seen in her 8 years on Idols SA.
Xae then oozed sex appeal as she slayed Ameriie’s ‘One Thing’, “R&Biyically!” as judge Somizi put it.
Then King B his “royal highness” went full divo and brought the fire to Wakanda with a high-energy performance of ‘Inde’ by Heavy K and Busiswa.
And lastly was Thando who left the State Theatre in shambles after doing absolute justice to ‘Single Ladies’ by Beyonce.
Below is a summary of our Idols SA 2017 top 7 contestants;
1. King B
So who’s your favourite?
Tune in to Idols SA 2018 ‘Season 14’ on Sundays at 17:00 on Mzansi Magic Channel 161.