Yesterday's Ghana Most Beautiful show was one of the most interesting moments ever when the finalists were allowed to share their experiences with Ghanians after the journey so far.
Many of the contestants who never thought they could even make it to through the audition shared how grace and hard work had pushed them to the level they have reached so far.
Yesterday's show was about sharing your experience so far from day one. All the contestants had a lot to say. Many shared on how they spent enough time learning and how the TV3 Ghana Most Beautiful have exposed them to the world outside their comfort zones.
One of the sensational performers, Dr Setor in her turn shared when Ghana Most Beautiful judge, Claudia who is a designer disgraced her for a dressing which did not impress her.
On that night, judge Claudia openly told Setor that one only put this on someone they don't like for a party. The comments infuriated the contestant and demoralised her. According to Setor, she expected the judge to be more professional in her judgement and be diplomatic too.
She said it would have been far better if judge Claudia told her straight forward that she did not like her dress than to disgrace her and her designer that way. She really expressed how she was disappointed in the comments.
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