Some of our favourite Nigerian celebrities were discovered through reality shows, as they demonstrated their talents and won the hearts of millions through the show.
In this article, we would be taking a look at 6 Nigerian celebrities who became famous through reality Tv show.
Niniola Apata, better known as Niniola, is a Nigerian singer who rose to prominence after finishing third in the sixth season of Project Fame West Africa.
2. Ebuka Obi Uchendu
Ebuka was a housemate on the first season of the Big Brother Naija TV show. Despite finishing ninth, he still managed to carve out a niche for himself in the entertainment world. He has also progressed from being a past Big Brother Nigeria housemate to hosting the TV show.
Rebecca Nengi Hampson, better known as Nengi, is an entrepreneur who rose to prominence after finishing second in the Big Brother season 5 reality TV show. She has bagged a lot of nominations and endorsement deals to her name as a result of the show. She has also appeared in several Nollywood movies of which one of them is Rattlesnake.
4. Chidinma Ekile
Chidinma Ekile was a hiphop singer who recently switched to gospel music. Chidinma rose to prominence in 2010 after winning the third season of Project Fame West Africa.
Iyanya is another celebrity who rose to fame after winning the MTN Project Fame West Africa.
6. Yemi Alade
Yemi gained prominence after winning the Peak Talent Show in 2009 and since then, she has been active in the entertainment industry.
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