Tweeps are praising Xae after she slayed her performance on Idols SA

Tweeps are praising Xae after she slayed her performance on Idols SA

Xae has proved herself to be a force of nature after her latest performance on the Idols stage earned her a standing ovation.

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The live audience, tweeps and the judges were all blown away by her rendition of Sza’s ‘Broken Clocks’.

Judge Randall was at a loss for words when the time came for him to give her feedback, while Somizi and Unathi gushed over how brilliant her performance was

Tweeps flooded Twitter with praise for the Limpopo-born singer after the episode aired, with many tweeps speculating that she could win the entire competition following her performance.

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Briefly.co.za previously gathered that when the Top 16 was announced, tweeps determined that they wanted King B, Thando and Mthokozisi in the Top 3 but after last night’s performance, Xae has made it clear that she is a serious competitor and the others need to watch out.

TimesLIVE reports that after the ladies slayed their performances, tweeps have become a little concerned about the male competitors.

Fans of the show think that the men need to up their game if they want any shot at the grand prize.

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