TV3 'Date Rush' 'lightens' up Ghanaian homes with a live TV love proposal. Check out photos.
By Nsemkwaaa | self meida writer
Published 9 days ago - 615 views
Viewers of 'Date Rush', a live relationship program on Ghanaian television station, TV3, were stunned today, 4th April, 2021 when one of the ladies on the show proposed to her male counterpart live on television.
The lady, by the stage name, Grace, took the ending part their episode of today's show to propose her love to the man, who was with the stage name, Gyato. Grace handed a ring over to Gyato as a sign of her commitment to the relationship.
"Today, I want the whole viewers of Date Rush to know that I am really interested in Gyato and want to make it work. I want you to take this ring as a sign of my commitment to this relationship," she stated whilst handing over the ring to him.
The guy, Gyato, also promised to help make the relationship work. He apologized for not doing enough for the relationship all this while.
They then sealed the whole thing with a gentle peck on their cheeks.
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