It was thirteen weeks of hardwork, fun, tears and more fun for the sixteen ladies of this year’s Ghana’s Most Beautiful until we got to the grande finale. To the many out there, who were excluded from the happenings in the house, we only got to see the various activities the ladies were up to, without knowing all the work being done in the background and as a result, Tv3’s Cookie Tee who was show host for this year’s pageant edition, has come out to reveal that work for the past thirteen weeks was not easy at all.
Many have accused Tv3 of trying to “trick” them after revealing that voters had 60% say as to who wins the crown, while the judges had 40% meanwhile on the D-day, it was twisted vice versa and the votes had no say, which in turn meant to them that they had wasted their money. But from her comment, it seems she indirectly means everyone tried their best because it was a tough task for them and that behind all the smiles and fun, a lot of effort was put in place.
Well, Cookie says it was all hardwork on the part of the organizers, the ladies, and everyone involved who had to put in their best to make the show a success and for viewers’ pleasure. No comments have been made to address disappointed voters and we hope it comes soon, so as to clear the air and appease fans.
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