The TV 3 Ghana Most Beautiful 2021 edition is impregnated with full of surprises with fun activities to enable the contestants to ease themselves from the pressures in the real show.
A popular competition was organised today for the contestants to showcase their knowledge in health for wellness. At the end of the competition, a very stubborn and tough competitor of this year's crown, Dr Setor from the Volta Region beat all the contestants and emerged the winner.
She was followed by popular and highly tipped contestant for the crown, Sarfoa from the Ashanti Region. Following the second position was a disappointing but as a grateful heart, Sarfoa did not beat herself up.
Taking to her official Facebook page, she announced that she was placed at the second position after the Holy Trinity Spa Ghana’s Most Beautiful 10 Pillars of Health for Wellness Competition.
She further begged her fans and followers of the popular show to consider voting for her massively so that she will win the crown and bring it to the Ashanti Region.
"We emerged 2nd at the Holy Trinity Spa Ghana’s Most Beautiful 10 Pillars of Health for Wellness Competition
But still remember it’s quarter finals tomorrow and it’s the last eviction. Please keep me in the competition by dialing *713*13# and follow the prompt or by downloading the TV3 Reality App from Google Playstore and Apple AppStore." She said
Meanwhile, Sarfoa is outperforming her competitors in the Ghana Most Beautiful show making many fans tipping her as favourite to be crowned the queen for the 2021 edition.
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