Nervous Efia Odo Begs For Tips To Host United Showbiz – Fans Say She Does Not Want To Goof Like Empress Gifty And Co

Popular Ghanaian socialite Efia Odo is next to host United Showbiz on UTV but she claims she is nervous and is calling for help from Ghanaians.

Even with her television presentation background, the former ETV Ghana presenter claims she feels nervous sitting in for Nana Ama Mcbrown to host United Showbiz this Saturday.

We believed Efia Ofo would be comfortable in front of the camera but she claims pressure keeps mounting on her to be as good as Mcbrown on the show.

“I’ve never been this nervous before. I wanna be as good as Nana Ama Mcbrown!!! I’m such a perfectionist. Y’all should give me tips for Saturday’s program,” She tweeted earlier today.

Some tweeps say Efia Odo does not want to make a mockery of herself like Empress Gifty, Fella Makafui and other celebrities who came up short in hosting the entertainment talk show.

She will be hosting 3MUSIC CEO Sadiq, Black Sheriff, Abeiku Santana, Arnold Asamoah and controversial Mr. LOGIC.

Ever since Mcbrown went on a break, UTV has been inviting celebrities to take turns in hosting her Saturday night show, United Showbiz.

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The show has had good hosts as well as bad ones but very few have come close to filling her shoes.

According to fans of the show, Abeiku Santana, Afia Schwar, and John Dumelo did an excellent job while Fella Makafui, Empress Gifty and the rest only came to disgrace themselves.

Others also think she’s just using a smart way to announce herself as the host for the show this Saturday.

SOURCE: GhanaCelebrities.Com

This post was published on March 31, 2022 5:12 PM

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