After the first season of “The Voice Nigeria” garnered its positive reviews we absolutely cannot wait for the second season to start airing. The new season of the talent show will kick off in a couple of weeks and it has been revealed that Afro-pop singer Yemi Alade will be replacing Tuface Idibia as one of the coaches on the show.She will be joining Patoranking, Waje and Timi Dakolo who reprise their roles as coaches critiquing contestants’ performances and guiding their teams of selected artistes through the remainder of the season whilst also competing to ensure that their act wins the competition. According to the M-net West Africa team, Tuface has left the show to pursue other commitments. Yemi Alade who became widely popular after she won the Peak Talent Show in 2009 is thrilled to be tributing her roots as a judge on the singing competition.The afrocentric style star has been spotted glowing marvelously on a recent photo posted on her Instagram. Adorned in a mini ankara ball dress, nude strapped heels and a lengthy ponytail, Yemi continues to brilliantly redefine fashion In Africa. Auditions for the second season of The Voice Nigeria recently held across Nigeria in Abuja, Lagos, Port Harcourt and Enugu, and preparations are in top gear for the show’s return to television.
Photo Credit: Yemi Alade