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Lonestar Cell MTN-sponsored  West Africa premiere singing competition, Project Fame West Africa has returned with season five bigger, better  excitement, amongst aspiring musicians in Liberia, Nigeria, Sierra Leone and Ghana. The Liberia audition is scheduled for this weekend at the Samuel Kanyon Doe Sports Complex in Paynesville on June 2.

According to Project Fame Country Representative Chris Wolo, budding singers, who are interested in grabbing the career altering opportunity, can pick up application forms from Lonestar MTN offices across Monrovia, and selected radio stations include, including UNMIL Radio, Hot FM, Power FM, and Fabric FM, respectively.

Mr. Wolo said Liberia has made an impressive showing since her first appearance and a lot is expected from the country this year. He indicated that Liberia is endowed with a mosaic of talents, expressing optimism that with the level of support from Lonestar MTN and the public, the ultimate prize is a sure possibility.

MTN Project Fame West Africa seeks to discover raw talented musical hopefuls, who are groomed for success in an intense academy. Speaking to journalists, Project Frame Country Director Chris Wolo said the contestants receive the very best professional training on voice and movement to performance and song writing.

“More than just a talent competition, MTN Project Fame allows viewers a unique opportunity to follow day by day, the behind the scenes progress of the contestants in their quest for fame! The contestants will also be given the opportunity to meet and perform alongside their favorite stars, who will be conducting exclusive master-classes, sharing their wisdom and tips for success,” he added.

The MTN Project Fame finalists are expected to live in the Project Fame Academy for a period of 10 weeks. Public voting by SMS determines which contestants are eliminated on a weekly basis, with the lucky winner expected to walk away with cash prize, a car and recording contract.

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