The Tv3's Ghana's Most Beautiful has been on for more than a decade now. Since it inception, it has produced great, beautiful and talented individuals across the various regions of the country.
The GMB Pageantry is indeed one of a kind.
A pageantry that is carefully created to highlight the cultural practices of the various ethnic groups in Ghana.
For one Beauty Pageant to be able to simultaneously bring out the untapped and hidden treasures (talents) in these Novice Enthusiast (contestants) while highlighting the traditions and cultures that held, guided and protected our forefathers, it is extremely creativity and innovation.
Kudos to Media Generale for such innovative idea.
The world in my view is becoming dangerously friendly. And as such it has become so easy for cultural adaptation, both negatively and positively where unfortunately those classified "1st world countries" unintentionally pushes their cultural practices down to us. Through movies, and social media.
Hence we Ghanaians, especially the youth is fortunate to have a Beauty Pageant that focuses on the best spot in our culture and traditions.
Despite the recent global challenge which almost imprisoned world, (COVID-19), last year's edition was successfully held with full observation of COVID-19 protocols, where Naa Deidey emerged victorious.
Now the audition for this year's edition has been completed and today marks the beginning of a new search for another Strong, Bold, Beautiful and Talented young lady as the Launch takes place this evening.
Some of the past Queens who shall be present includes Vera Oheneba Safoah popularly known as Esi, 2015 GMB Queen, Ama Agyeiwaa, 2010 winner as well as Naa Deidey, the 2020 GMB Queen who is still the reigning queen.
Who Wears the Crown?
Can a representative from your region win?
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