The bursting fire of UTV's United Showbiz stays ravenous as some veteran female gospel performers graced the March thirteenth version of the program.
The show was in recognition of the current year's International Women's Day which fell on Monday, March 8.
Showing up on the show were Abena Serwaa Ophelia, amazing Hannah Marfo, Madam Comfort Adu also known as Abaawa Connie, Helena Rhabbles and Diana Hopeson, who alternated to excite their fans and watchers with consecutive exhibitions.
The outstanding exhibition by Hannah Marfo at the last part of the program, was what got everyone talking.
Gospel music darlings who were watching from both all over couldn't conceal their euphoria as they took to their web-based media pages to share their encounters.
Outstanding among them is grant winning gospel artist and lyricist, Diana Antwi Hamilton.
Here beneath is the way the 'Nsenkyerene Nyankopon' hitmaker responded to Hannah Marfo's exhibition on her Facebook page.
She wrote,"Hannah Marfo is doing it for me on UTV"
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