Top 10 Contestants of Idols SA 2023 – Season 19
The Idols SA 2023 Top 10 contestants of Season 19 have been announced today in episode 9 of the season on Saturday 2 September 2023.
During the last two weeks, the Idols SA Season 19 Top 12 contestants lit up the live stage of Idols South Africa.
Well, the fans on the other hand lit up the voting lines.
Sadly, 22-year-old Neve Arnolds from Stellenbosch in Western Cape and 19-year-old Sipho Manana from Johannesburg in Gauteng have been eliminated from Season 19 of Idols South Africa because they did not secure enough votes from the South African voting public.
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Below is more information about the Idols SA Season 19 Top 10 contestants and the songs that they have performed today.
Idols SA 2023 Top 10 Performances
This week’s live performances were themed, ‘New Kids on The Block’, which saw the Idols SA Season 19 Top 10 contestants perform the hottest hits from the newest and hottest artists in a bid to get into the Top 9.
Shortly after being announced as the first contestant to make it to the Top 10, Nkosi continued his winning streak with a mellow performance of yet another Afro-Soul jam.
Nkosi performed “Ubuhle Bakho” by Ami Faku, thereby demonstrating his polished stage aura, mesmerizing vocals, and undeniable star power.
Elated with the announcement of her place in the Top 10, Lungile served breezy vocals a popular Amapiano love song.
A powerhouse vocalist with her focus on the big bag, Lungile never misses a beat and never misses a note.
Lungile performed “Mina Nawe” by Soa mattrix, Mashudu featuring Emotionz DJ and Happy Jazzman.
Faith is not here to play games and he surely knows that dabbling in Amapiano to switch things up does pay off.
Faith treated us to another top-tier performance by performing “Imvula” by Murumba Pitch and Omit ST featuring Russell Zuma & Sipho Magudulela.
His talent, charisma, and vocal chops have left us in our feelings many times this season.
Sena’s high notes trigger goosebumps and standing ovations, she scored high praises from the judges for her performance of Mthunzi’s soothing jam.
Sena performed “Ngibambe La” by Mthunzi featuring Claudio and Kenza.
After weeks of proving that she is a superstar with no intention of missing her time to shine, Niikiey wanted no part in serving anything less than epic.
Niikiey displayed growth and confidence as she hovered powerhouse vocals during her performance of “Umona” by Nomfundo Moh.
Envic came, saw, and conquered the Idols SA stage once more by delivering a performance worthy of his new spot in the Top 10.
He performed “ICU” by Coco Jones.
After never missing a key since her massive audition, Princess proved once again that she is here for her crown.
The Bushbuckridge native proved that her performances are a work of art with a stunning performance of the R&B banger, “Monalisa” by Lojay, Sarz, and Chris Brown.
Fresh from a standing ovation after delivering a showstopping vocal performance last week, Thabo was in high spirits for his energetic performance this week.
The young singer performed “Molo” by Aubrey Qwana.
Having displayed an impressive range in her vocals, Lungelo’s journey on Idols SA has continued to inspire awe.
This powerhouse vocalist celebrated her entrance into the Top 10 with a powerful performance of “Fatela” by Aymos and Ami Faku.
Unleashing big riffs over a well-known Amapiano instrumental, Thando, carried on with his flair for love songs.
Thando delivered a performance worthy of closing tonight’s live show as he performed “Hamba Juba” by Lady Amar, Cici, Murumba Pitch, and JL SA.
Idols SA 2023 Top 10 Voting Poll
Idols SA 2023 Top 10: Who Are You Voting?
- Princess (17%, 452 Votes)
- Envic (13%, 360 Votes)
- Thando (13%, 351 Votes)
- Nkosi (12%, 318 Votes)
- Thabo (12%, 313 Votes)
- Faith (9%, 254 Votes)
- Sena (9%, 229 Votes)
- Niikiey (8%, 227 Votes)
- Lungelo (4%, 108 Votes)
- Lungile (2%, 65 Votes)
Total Voters: 1,634
And with that being said, which Top 10 contestants’ live performance have you enjoyed the most today? Please tell by dropping their names in the comment section.