‘Stars of the Future’ Is Bouncing Back With Outstanding Talents

Theresa Ayoade, Chief Executive of Charter House, has disclosed that efforts are being made to relaunch “Stars of the Future,” Ghana’s first musical competition reality show.

The Event Organizer stated in an interview with JoyNews that the show was cut short due to lack of funding.

Mrs Ayoade, in any case, said because of the significant job the reality program played in finding immaculate talents, Charter House is working genuinely to have it back on screens.

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She stated to Ayisha Ibrahim on JoyNews,

“We believe that we can repackage it and see how we can bring it back because it was very instrumental in discovering a lot of singing talents and we pride ourselves on having played a role in developing artists such as Adina, Efya, Wiyaala, Yaya and a whole list of them who all came through Stars of the Future,”

The CEO was of the opinion that reviving the program will help the music industry find new talent that can be nurtured and trained early on.

“We still believe that there is still room for talent development. So we’re probably going to go back to Stars of the Future to continue to promote undeveloped talents, to discover new talents, and see how we can set them on the path to making their talents more commercially attractive and viable. So talent development is an area we’re looking at.”

The last season of Stars of the Future aired in 2011. Since then, the show has ended.

Credit: MyJoyOnline.com

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