The judges also brought their A-game to the show in their looks and comments. In typical fashion, Obi Asika only had constructive criticism or glowing commendations where needed. D’banj littered the nights with constant chants of “your face, your shoeshine” and “I greet you specially.” On the other hand, Simi had a mix of creative feedback and praise while glowing beautifully.
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Simi took centre stage in her gorgeous look, proving that she was indeed the queen of the show-not just as the only female judge but also with her fashion. She dazzled in an orange jumpsuit designed by Lady Beellionaire Luxury, topped with a beautiful honey-blonde up-do and fringe weave. She finished the look with nude heels, gold and pearl accessories, smokey eyes, and nude lips. We can’t wait to see if this first look is any indication.
D’banj also looked dapper in a white and black blazer with a tail from Gulio Twist. He paired the blazer with a black turtleneck and trousers with black furry mules.
On the other hand, Obi Asika, on the other hand, looked like the perfect gentleman in a mustard velvet blazer, black and yellow waistcoat, white shirt, black bowtie, and oxford shoes.
IK Osakioduwa held down the show with his incredible hosting skills, looking every bit the brilliant mind he is in a three-piece navy blue suit by Deji and Kola, and an ascot cap. He also gave warm remarks to each contestant and made them feel special at the end of every performance.
We are looking forward to more Nigerian Idol fashion moments when the show continues next Sunday at 7 pm.
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