Sunday, 12th September 2021
TV3's Ghana's Most Beautiful reality show is getting hotter and hotter as the show inches to its conclusion. Tonight was One African night and the ladies took turns to show what their assigned countries had to offer.
Countries which featured in the night were Nigeria, Kenya, Liberia, Ethiopia, Rwanda, Cote D'Ivoire, Morocco and South Africa. All the ladies did their best to showcase their respective countries. However, Central region's Kwansema for the first time did not get her night. She kept fambling through her delivery. She also refused to dance to the Jerusalem hit for reasons best known to her.
Another thing that caught our attention was the performance of Bono region's Nana. She represented Cote D'Ivoire and performed fairly tonight. But her costume wasn't the best for her vigorous delivery. She wore 'no hands' to stage. While doing her delivery, her dress kept pulling down and she had to adjust it several times. Towards the end of her delivery, she decided to dance but this is when the unthinkable happend. The dress pulled down exposing her nipples. She was forced to cover her chest with the Ivorian flag she was holding.
At the end of the show, Setor emerged most eloquent while Kwansema received best costume price. However Mfodwo was the star performer of the night. Nana of the Bono region was unfortunately evicted from the reality house.
We will discuss into details the One African night show in our subsequent editions.
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