AfricaMagic Viewers’ Choice Awards (AMVCAs) second edition’s nominations were announced few hours ago at an event held to celebrate AfricaMagic’s 10th Anniversary in Victoria Island, Lagos…
Directed by Shirley Frimpong Manso, Yvonne Okoro’s first-self produced movie-Contract scored multiple nominations for Ghana. Somewhere In Africa, Cheaters and House of Gold also got nominations…
This year’s AfricaMagic Viewers’ Choice Awards (AMVCAs) has 27 categories in total—and out of the 27, there are 9 categories where viewers will choose the winners through SMS or online voting…
Check out the full nomination list below (more…)
Two years ago, it was reported that black women in the United States alone spend half a trillion dollars on their hair each year…
Surely, the figure must be higher now and if we add the amount we spend on hair down here in Africa, the amount will be sky rocking.
Our Ghanaian Celebrities have different fashion taste and they put in a lot of work to make sure they look decent and different all the time.
But one thing they all seem to have in common is-WEAVE. Some of them cannot leave it behind and as we all know, it is not always about how expensive the weave is but whether you have the face for it or not.
From our archive, we’ve selected some of your favourite celebrities wearing their Brazilian or whatever weave and the question is; who has that perfect face for what she is wearing?
Be the judge!
Check them all out below
A new television series ‘Tenant’ produced by Shirley Frimpong-Manso and Ken Attoh solely for Africa Magic Entertainment has been premiered in Accra.
The premiere was attended by cast, crew and some stakeholders in the movie industry including Shirley Frimpong-Manso, Ken Attoh, Christabel Ekeh, Roselyn Ngissah, Luckie Lawson, Dickson Dzakpasu, Kwaku Sintim Misa (KSM), Jane Awoonor Williams and Senanu Gbedawo who wrote the script.
‘Tenant’ revolves around House No. 13 on Yonge Avenue which is a six apartment complex owned by 40-year-old Sylvia Stokes (Nana Ama McBrown).
Complex manager Cletus Avugah (David Oscar) is the glue that binds all the residents together with his outlandish management style but also his take on life.
Award winning Ghanaian movie maker, Shirley Frimpong-Manso and her Sparrow Productions have been commissioned to produce a series to be aired on Africa Magic Entertainment.
The first episode of the series ‘Tenant’ which was premiered to the media last Friday features Nana Ama McBrown, Roselyn Ngissah, Christabel Ekeh, and David Oscar among others….
At the premiered were cast and crew members of the production. From the photos, whose style are you feeling? Is it Shirley Frimpong-Manso, Christabel Ekeh, Roselyn Ngissah and Luckie Lawson?
Yesterday a season of ‘@ Home With’ was launched with Ghanaian television host and actress, Joselyn Dumas as the new host.
‘@ Home With’ started in 2012 as a way of introducing a fresh spin on the talk show format. It is an exciting brand new concept in talk show filmmaking, featuring a number of on-screen personalities including Michelle Attoh (host of first season) and Joselyn Dumas hosting different finest guests across the continent.
‘@ Home With’ is filmed in Europe, Africa and USA, each guest is invited to one of the host’s home across the globe with no holds barred informal interview of unearthed gems and topics.
At the launch were Executive Producer and COO of iFactoryLive-Michael Djaba, Kenyan actress Lizz Njagah, Lydia Forson, Shirley Frimpong-Manso, Ken Attoh, Chris Attoh, Selly of Big Brother Africa The Chase fame, Anita Erskine, Kafui Dey, EL, Efya and others.
They say life begins at 40 and for actor Adjetey Anang also known as Pusher, his 40th started well with a surprise birthday party which was organized under the tutelage of his wife-Elorm with the help of the actor’s close friends.
Surely Adjetey Anang doesn’t look 40 years but the reality is that, he turned 40 last Sunday-July 8, 2013.
As an actor, he has witnessed several surprises on set but on his 40th birthday, his wife gave him an extraordinary surprise which we believe would be on his mind for a very long time due to events that preceded the star-studded-private-surprise-party inside Meeting Room 4 at the Movenpick Hotel in Accra.
The initial idea was that, lights at the venue would be switched off, so that when Adjetey enters the room, the lights would be put back on as guests shouts ‘Surprise! Surprise!! Surprise!!!’.
However, Actors Majid Michel and Wakefield Ackuaku (Artistic Director at Ananseman Playhouse) thought that, clever ‘Pusher’ would suspect something if the lights were off.
Another plan was coined which eventually worked the magic and nearly brought out the ‘beast’ in Adjetey Anang.
The new plan was communicated to the wife via SMS. I am not going to tell you how the wife managed to convince and got him out of the house to the venue—-remember, she’s his wife and knows him better.
When ‘Pusher’ and his wife got to Meeting Room 4, the waiters requested for their ‘buffet tickets’. Because they didn’t have these tickets, there was a little misunderstanding. Adjetey who is naturally shy felt very embarrassed.
“A whole me being embarrassed in this manner and on my birthday?” he might have said to himself.
The misunderstanding continued for a while… In order to explain things to the waiters, the wife beckoned Adjetey to go in for her to settle whatever it is with the waiters at the entrance.
Adjetey opened the door and immediately the lights were put back on. The shouting started and the rest they say is history.
Guests at the gathering were people who are very special to her husband—Adjetey’s wife told GhanaCelebrities.Com.
They were; Adjetey’s mum, sister and in-law, wife’s (Elorm) parents, Majid Michel and wife, Wakefield Ackuaku, Ama K. Abebrese, Yvonne Okoro, Joselyn Dumas, Roland Adom, Ekow Smith Asante, Shirley Frimpong Manso, Ken Attoh, Jackie Appiah, Senanu Gbedawo, Lydia Laryea and Naa Ashorkor.
The actor’s school mates and some of the people he grew up with were also there to share the big day with him.
Speaking exclusively to GhanaCelebrities.Com, Adjetey said “Even though I felt embarrassed at the entrance, it was worth it. I’m very grateful.”
Check out the photos below…
I had a productive 4 hours meeting with multiple award-winning film-maker, Shirley Frimpong Manso today at London’s waterfront hotel-Rafayel, and the outcome was great.
After the meeting, I asked Shirley for some shots to share with GhanaCelebrities.Com’s valued readers—-since she was looking EFFORTLESSLY beautiful.
Without fake thick eye lashes, long horse weaves and not subjecting yourself to ridicule, African women can still dress to look classy and beautiful.
From the meeting, I can confidently tell you that, Sparrow Productions will launch a big project very soon, and I mean REAL BIG—to repackage the delivery of African Movies to the delight of movie lovers.
After it all, I dropped Shirley Frimpong Manso off at her Mum’s place and guess who I saw? Lydia Laryea, the production Manager of Adams Apples (those behind the scenes are hardly seen).
Even though Lydia is camera shy, I had to still capture some shots for you guys. She was lovely and full of smiles…
Check out the photos below
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