First it was the way and manner with which the judges give out their verdict, next was favouritism dealings with contestants, now concerns have moved from the main show to the organizers of the show who have been called out to focus on certain details which hamper smooth watching currently everyone’s favourite reality show of Tv3, Ghana’s Most Beautiful.
Many have complained about how performances of contestants are limited to create more time for the running of advertisements. Contestants are sometimes limited from exhibiting their full potential on stage, due to their rush to keep up with the time frame given to them and so they sometimes cannot get their performance out there as they had wanted to, and viewers have brought attention to the fact that GMB organizers use more time for adverts instead of giving such benefits to the ladies.
Still on the matter of adverts, fans say the duration of the adverts could sometimes cut off the interest span of viewers since they are in to watch performances of their favourite contestants. Others have also called out the technical problems which cause pauses during the programme and have asked that something be done about it since it interrupts viewer concentration and interest.
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