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Host of Viasat 1 ‘This Morning’, Kokui Selormey advances in Glo X Factor



The Accra auditions for the Glo X Factor singing TV Realty show saw hundred of aspiring musicians turning up at the plush Alisa Hotel  for a shot at the US$150,000 cash prize as well as  a one -ear recording contract with Sony Records.

But one of the most exciting moments of the auditions was when Kokui Selormey of Viasat1, Citi FM and indeed Vodafone Healthline fame showed up to audition for the show, not as a judge but as a contestant.

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Kokui, a brilliant professionally trained soprano, is a classical music soloist and host of a classical music show on Citi FM. With her vocal mastery, Kokui just scrapped through the auditions and qualified for the next stage, where the 50 contestants identified in Ghana would now be performing with a full set of musical instruments at the National Theatre before the panel of judges.


She told reporters she was delighted that so many talented youth are getting the opportunity to prove their worth and get a shot at stardom. “Glo has done very well in bringing X Factor to Ghana and I do hope that they would sustain this lifetime offer in order to unearth as many stars as are available,” Kokui said.

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