After 13 weeks of experiencing the procedure, TV3’s Ghana’s Most Beautiful magnificent event has at long last been propelled on Sunday 28th June, 2020.
The 2020 edition launch was simply lovely and vivid as usual, as the 16 delightful, persuasive and talented ladies are set to represent their individual regions of Ghana in great style. The journey is just about starting!
Since 2008, the beauty pageant has lived up to expectation as each year comes with a one of a kind style. The event has for as far back as over 12 years, displayed Ghanaian values and culture through the lovely ladies who have represented their locales individually.
The event additionally educates Ghanaians and the worldwide community about other social values and legacy in the 16 regions of country. The competition has been reliable with class and has never failed the audience in any way.
Nonetheless, this year’s event is relied upon not to appear different but the usual class and style it accompanies constantly.
Past winners includes of Ghana’s Most Beautiful includes: Adoley from Greater Accra Region who won the competition in 2008, Nasara from Northern Region in 2009, Nana Ama from Eastern Region in 2010, Akua from Ashanti Region in 2011, Emefa from Volta Region in 2012, and Poka from Upper East Region won the crown in 2013.
Besides, Baciara from Upper West Region assumed control over the mantle in 2014, Esi from Central Region in 2015, Yaaba from Western Region in 2016, Zeinab from Northern Region 2017, Abena from Eastern Region in 2018 and in 2019, Ekua from Central Region won it.
After quite a while of exploring and auditioning up-and-comers, by Ghana’s celebrity judges: Lydia Forson, Prince David Osei, Salma Mumin, and Adjetey Anang, 16 candidates were uncovered on Sunday, 28th June, 2020 to compete for this year’s crown.
The 16 competitors for this year’s show are:
Talata (Upper East Region), Maali (Upper West Region), Yennube (North-East Region), Abiba (Savannah Region), and Zuzu (Northern Region).
Others are: Asaa (Bono East Region), Afia (Bono Region), Abena (Ahafo Region), Achiaa (Ashanti Region), Ofosua (Eastern Region), Adjoa (Western North Region), Efua (Western Region), and Afriyie (Central Region).
The rest are: Naa (Greater Accra Region), Kafui (Volta Region), and Ayanji (Oti Region).
The abovementioned glamorous ladies are set to participate in the 13 weeks of creativity, articulation, intelligence, feelings, and what they hate most, evictions.
The theme for this year’s edition is: ‘Uniquely Ghanaian, Exceptionally African’
GMB 2020 vows to exhibit lovely cultural showcase, fun, energy, fabulousness and glamour.
The competition kicks off proper with ‘the Best of Me’-themed show next week and organisers, taking cognisance of the difficult times Ghana and the world at large find itself in – the Covid-19 pandemic – have promised to adhere to all the safety protocols.