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For the first time in the history of ‘Stars on Stage’ a competitor imitates a male singer

‘Stars on the Winning Stage’ continues to surprise. The gala that will be aired this Saturday night, at ZAP Viva, will have for the first time in the contest a woman imitating a male singer.


Born in Benguela, the talented Ana Jorge will have the challenge of imitating the legendary Bob Marley. "Redemption" is the song with which the competitor will try to impress the audience. This will be a moment that the country will follow with particular attention, as it is an unprecedented and challenging occasion, says a statement to VerAngola.

But this weekend's gala will also have other surprising imitations, with great national and international songs, such as "When a Woman Loves" by R. Kelly, "Look To You" by Whitney Houston, "Umgombothi" by Ivonne Chaka Chaka and Michael Bolton's "When a Man Loves a Woman".

"Panda" by rapper Desiigner will also be one of the songs that will be part of the line-up as well as "Redemption Song" by Bob Marley as well as "Parce Qu'on Vient de Loin" by the Antillean Corneille.

The good African rhythm will also be present in the candidates' series of performances. The rhythmic "Namuleleno" by Sasha Tchokwe, "Ndinza" by South African Zahara and "Sulula" by Bessa Teixeira will be performed.

The program is broadcast on ZAP Viva starting at 9 pm. Voting from 'Stars to the Winning Stage' can be made by phone or via the website

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