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BET takes reality
gospel competition series 'Sunday Best' to Lagos, Nigeria
(December 14, 2009) BET marked its one-year celebration on Dstv (the
digital satellite television platform on which BET is seen in Africa)
with a unique opportunity; an open call to its best and most talented
gospel singers to audition for a chance to be on BET's hit competition
series, SUNDAY BEST.
The country of Nigeria enthusiastically answered the call as more than
1,000 hopefuls showed up to the Eko Hotel in Lagos, Nigeria to audition.
Gospel legend Kirk Franklin was joined by special guest judges for the
Nigerian tryouts Donnie McClurkin, Kim Burrell and British-Nigerian
gospel artist Muyiwa Olarewaju. During the callbacks today, the guest
judges will choose who will travel to the United States to compete on
the third season of SUNDAY BEST.
U.S. audition cities will be announced soon. Read more about SUNDAY BEST
Season 3 at "The Gospel According to Torrence," BET.com's gospel blogger
Strange Fruit Media's Nia Hill and D'Angela Proctor Steed are the
executive producers for SUNDAY BEST.