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LIVE: Coca Cola Rated Next season 2 finale
Publish Date: May 25, 2014
LIVE: Coca Cola Rated Next season 2 finale
14-year-old Ruth Grace became the second winner of the singing contest. PHOTO/Abu Mwesigwa
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By Vision Reporter
 
After five months, thousands of hopeful singers, and a country-wide search the second winner of the Coca Cola Rated Next - Sing It music talent search show- is 14-year-old Ruth Grace. She wins sh50million. (Follow LIVE FEED on twitter below. Hashtag is #CRN2)
 
The winner. Photo by @RatedNextUG 
 
It's show time! Photo by @RatedNextUG 
 
The contest started in January, and auditions were held in Mbarara, Arua, Masaka and Jinja before coming back to Kampala. Ten finalists were then chosen and taken to reside in a house somewhere in Kampala. 
 
My child Richie Kawesa on stage! You sing like an angel! Photo by @NadaAndersen 
 
The lovely Eseri is on stage!!! Photo by @libolo_chaii 
 
LIVE show #CRN2Finale, What did you think of the Top 10's rendition of 'YOGA YOGA'? @RatedNextUG 
 
Live shows then begun and there were evictions every week after that, till the final four were chosen last week.
The show is live on Urban TV.
  

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