British-Ghanaian actress, tv presenter and producer, Chantelle Asante, is a new mom! Asante revealed on social media earlier today that she has delivered of a bouncy baby boy. READ ALSO: Jordan Ayew’s Wife Dances With Waiter During Her Birthday While Her Husband Is Busy For Afcon She posted a photo of herself holding the new … Read more
It is either Chantelle Asante who recently joined the married female celebs has the same fabric and decided to have two dresses made from it or she just decided to repeat the same dress she wore for her engagement— after all, what has not come before? READ ALSO:Photo: Social Media ‘Roast’ ‘Slay Queen’ For Unwrapping … Read more
TV personality and co-host of GhOne TV’s ‘Celebrity Fanzone’, Chantelle Asante tied the knot with her husband who happens to be a man of God — not the “Obinim” sort of man of God…lol over the weekends. As reported in an earlier article, the ‘lovebirds’ tied the knot the traditional way and as usual, the celebrities were there to grace the ceremony.
Looks like our “Yaanoms” have learned some basic lessons of how to get the ring on the finger. Bibi Bright was off the ‘market’ a few weeks ago and here is another “Yaanom”, Chantelle Asante, a TV personality and co-host of GhOne TV’s ‘Celebrity Fanzone’ has finally tied the knot and said “bye-bye” to the “All over the place” women association of Ghana.
As usual, trust “Yaanom” to bring up their weird analysis concerning the marriage between Sarkodie and his longtime girlfriend, Tracy. Well, one of the bunch of “Yaanoms” out there, Chantelle Asante, a TV producer and co-host of GhOne TV’s ‘Celebrity Fanzone’ says Tracy’s 10 years of patience and waiting to be married by Sarkodie shouldn’t be the new standard for every woman in Ghana.
Tv show host Chantelle Asante has expressed disappointment with NPP Parliamnetary Candidate for Awutu Senya West, George Andah, for his comments talking about the husband, or lack thereof, of foreign minister Hannah Tetteh. Andah, a former business executive, shocked the nation recently when he declared at a political rally that his opponent, Hannah Tetteh, should show the people her husband, a comment many deemed sexist.
Now in its fourth season, Viasat 1’s The One Show – Viasat 1’s flagship talk show is well on its way to becoming the benchmark for television magazine programs in the country, exploring a combination of music, fashion, African celebrities, places, food and various elements of life. Hosts, PY Addo – Boateng and Joselyn Dumas are back, flanked by their ever entertaining and vocal co-host Chantelle Asante on Date Night. This team of stars will travel from one topic to another in any given episode, creating fun, laughter and informative banter. “There’s a lot to love about magazine TV shows such as The One Show. In 45 minutes you learn so many different things about life. Some of it leaves the viewer in awe. Some of it touches you emotionally and some teach you a few things you may have always wondered about. In Season Four of the One Show, we have created segments that are sometimes light and fun and others that provide some good valuable arguments. Altogether this season provides entertaining elements in the most unpredictable fashion!” Comments Viasat 1 CEO, Charlotte Gustavsson. Season IV of The One Show continues its quest to broaden the scope and reach of the show. “Everyone can watch and enjoy The One Show. We continue to bring you a wide selection of African superstars who express their innate desires to succeed in such an infectious manner! It is such a great pleasure to watch! I’m proud to be able to create such an interactive TV format for Ghana and Africa! says Ama K Abebrese, Head of Own Productions of Viasat 1.