The second live episode of season fifteen, contestants on Idols SA 2019 sang for South Africa’s vote on Sunday (September 1) night. The eight contestants from the Top 17 (Group B) sang solos and competed for the top 10.
First up was Sneziey Msomi – singing “Getsemane” by SbuNoah. “Her voice was on point, ” Randall said. Unathi “She could visualise her in the Top 10” Nkayi said. Somizi Mhlongo said her song choice was possibly the smartest song choice in the history of Idols.
Those PIPES though! #IdolsSneziey took us straight to church and wooo child we just got blessed! What a performance of @SbuNoah's 'Getsemane' 🙌— Idols South Africa (@IdolsSA) September 1, 2019
Vote for her now here: https://t.co/Y2JuTrXAtT #IdolsSA pic.twitter.com/6BVN295qUL
Nqobile Gumede followed, singing “Love Theory” by Kirk Franklin.
Bring those blessings down wena MoGhel! #IdolsNqobile took the praises all the way up with that spectacular performance of @KirkFranklin's 'Love Theory'!— Idols South Africa (@IdolsSA) September 1, 2019
Loved it? Then make sure you vote now here: https://t.co/Y2JuTrXAtT #IdolsSA pic.twitter.com/qAKriLafVq
Luyolo Yiba sang “Just Say You Won’t Let Go” by James Arthur.
Waze was'charmer😍 #IdolsLuyolo just gave us a sweet seranade with that dreamy performance of 'Just Say You Won't Let Go' by @JamesArthur23— Idols South Africa (@IdolsSA) September 1, 2019
Feeling weak in the knees? Then cast your vote here: https://t.co/Y2JuTrXAtT #IdolsSA pic.twitter.com/NXU8X3H4TP
Zia Fielies brought the heat with his performance of “Better” by Khalid.
#IdolsZia just took @TheGreatKhaild's 'Better' and drenched it in honey 🍯 Such velvety smooth vocals and we lurv'd it! We stan!— Idols South Africa (@IdolsSA) September 1, 2019
Loved the performance too? Then be sure to vote: https://t.co/Y2JuTrXAtT #IdolsSA pic.twitter.com/haYOkk1Tds
Treasure Mngadi sang “The Middle” by Zedd ft. Grey, which suited his smooth voice well.
Sexy! Funky! Cool🔥 #IdolsTreasure with a flawless delivery and spine-tingling performance 'The Middle' by @Zedd— Idols South Africa (@IdolsSA) September 1, 2019
Felt that one in ya bones? Then don't forget to VOTE: https://t.co/Y2JuTrXAtT #IdolsSA pic.twitter.com/VySObI3jGP
Craig Jordaan did it up with his performance of “Dancing With A Stranger” by Sam Smith and Normani. “Whoo shem” Somizi said.
V-O-C-A-L-S! #IdolsCraig came all the way through with a roof raising performance of @SamSmith's 'Dancing With A Stranger'! A well deserved "WOO SHEM"! 🔥— Idols South Africa (@IdolsSA) September 1, 2019
Vote for him now here: https://t.co/Y2JuTrXAtT #IdolsSA pic.twitter.com/KkCPIEvD3X
Micayla Oelofse brought the heat with his performance of “Themba” by Kelly Khumalo, showing off creative vocals. “You are a pop star!” Somizi said. “She had now showed she was a versatile performer” Unathi said.
"WOOOO SHEM" from Randal nogal 🤯 That tells you everything you need to know about #IdolsMicayla's sizzling rendition of @DUALIPA's 'New Rules'!— Idols South Africa (@IdolsSA) September 1, 2019
Want to add to her Woo Shem hat-trick? Then get voting here: https://t.co/Y2JuTrXAtT #IdolSA pic.twitter.com/dG1orZDgxt
Closing out the night, Innocentia Sibi was owning the stage like a seasoned super-star and delivering some unbelievable high notes of “Scars To Your Beautiful” from Alessia Cara.
Now THAT'S how you close the show! #IdolsInnocentia raising the roof with a spirit-moving rendition of 'Scars To Your Beautiful' by @AlessiaCara 😍— Idols South Africa (@IdolsSA) September 1, 2019
Voting is open now here: https://t.co/Y2JuTrXAtT #IdolsSA pic.twitter.com/bYSWNaUY7a
Idols SA is hosted by Proverb alongside judges, Somizi Mhlongo, Unathi Nkayi and Randall Abrahams.
Now it’s up to the viewers. Contestants will be voted through to the top 10. The Idols SA top 10 results will be announced on Sunday (September 8) on Mzansi Magic.
Voting opens at 5PM (Sunday 1 September 2019) and closed at 10pm on Tuesday 3 September.