Globacom has announced that it had extended the weekly broadcasts of the episodes of the show to both Nigerian Television Authority (NTA) and Africa Independent Television (AIT) from this week.
The show will be rebroadcast this week only on NTA by 6pm and Friday on AIT by 9pm. Subsequently, the show will air weekly on GloTV app on Saturdays by 8pm, NTA on Sundays by 8pm and AIT on Tuesdays by 9pm.
The dancers who qualified for the semifinals from the first episode are accomplished in other areas of their endeavours including Abuja based gymnastics coach, Irah, six-foot tall dancer, BBOY Off, sociology graduate Victor Vic, Enugu based graphic designer BBOY Bliss, and fashion model Softy. The most impressive performances of the first episode came from Lil Vic in Abuja; Jamz rock, BBOYs Jerry, Duke, Whirlz in Benin, BBOY Pryme in Enugu and Pizzaro in Lagos.
The first episode of the show featured male break dancers who emerged from the regional draws from Kaduna, Abuja, Enugu, Port Harcourt, Benin, and Lagos slugging it out in the audition/elimination rounds and quarterfinals of the ‘B-Boys’ dance category of the competition. Though the competitors gave the contest their best shot, some of them were not fortunate enough to proceed to the next round of the exciting show which aired at 8p.m. on Saturday, February 5.
Celebrated On-Air Personality (OAP) and actor, Do2tun showed the journeys of each of the contestants and their desire to ride on Globacom’s unlimited brand promise to showcase their potentials and accomplish their dreams of wealth, stardom and global domination. Star crooner, Simi Kosoko was on hand to entertain viewers in a live performance of a few of her greatest hits.
The show will run every Saturday for 13weeks on the Globacom’s innovative TV streaming service which viewers can access on myglotv.com and on Nigerian Television Authority (NTA) and Africa Independent Television (AIT) from this week.