The grand finale of the 2018 Miss Malaika Beauty Pageant happened live at the National Theatre yesterday, Saturday, November 3, 2018. The event was organized by event organizing company Charter House.
At the end of the event Miriam Owusu-Poku a student from the University of Ghana Legon was crowned as the winner of the pageant. She walked away with the crown, a car and the bragging rights as Miss Malaika 2018 queen.
The audience at the grand finale were served with electrifying and amazing performances from Ghanaian musicians such as MzVee, Wendy Shay, Kuami Eugene, and Kidi. It was refreshing to note that arrogant Wendy Shay covered her black rashes infested bortos.
Over the weekend the semi finals of the 2018 Miss Malaika pageant came on with a cross section of female celebrities chosen to serve as judges. The selection was a creme de la creme of the female celebs we have — Joselyn Dumas, Jackie Appiah and Naa Ashorkor.
Former Miss Malaika Queen, Hamamat Montia has just said something, Lydia Forson, Nana Aba Anamoah and other ‘Sharp Tongue Extremist Feminists’ won’t be happy about. According to the devoted African Tourism Ambassador, Ghanaian men are born as Kings and must be pampered as such particularly if you want to signal them to marry you.
Actress Christabel Ekeh who has gone into hiding, recently popped out all drown in love with a Rich French man – whom she called her kidnapper.
The 2008 Miss Malaika 1st Runner Up unfollowed everyone on Instagram and deleted all her posts. However, a photo with a full butt on display with an “F” word message has just been dropped on her page.
22-year-old reigning Miss Malaika 2016 Queen disclosed she’s single and when it comes to dating again “maturity” will be her key factor but for a potbelly and a 60-year-old man he’s totally out of her way because she feels such a person will be archaic to her dislike.
Almost four years after being crowned Miss Malaika Beauty Queen, Naa Oyoe Quartey has successfully launched her foundation which will prioritize offering help to Children and running Cancer awareness programmes.
According to Miss Oyoe, she lost her Mother five years ago when she lost a battle against Cancer and she deemed it an honour to name her Foundation ‘EVOQ’ from the initials of her Mother.
According to Nana Ama Agyeiwaa she frequents Dubai and knows that no matter how cold it gets in the safari deserts, it doesn’t call for the girls to be draped in winter clothes for any excuse as they seem to purport.
Five girls from 2016 Malaika have been sent to Dubai to chill all because they made it to top 5 in the competition.
GhanaCelebrities.com reported their departure far before time and truly the 5 girls have touched down in the United Arab Emirates with some ‘hey Dubai I’m here attitude, so allow me to fleek in some photos for my IG page‘
Auditions for talent shows often go all sorts of wrong, so goofing from the contestants is usually expected and immensely enjoyed. Goofing from the judges, however, is another matter entirely. This year’s edition of Miss Malaika provided one uniquely hilarious moment involving both judge and contestant, centred around the pretty innocent word ‘twilight’.
Former winner of the Miss Malaika pageant, Geraldine Partington, over the weekend got married to the son of Jude Kofi Bucknor, named Kojo. The private traditional ceremony took place in Accra, after the couple have been dating for the past five years.
Right from last year, organisers promised a revamped competition packed with a lot of exciting new twists and turns guaranteed to pique the interest of patrons of the beauty reality series.
Miss Malaika 2013 in its eleventh edition last year saw Over 500 hundred young ladies at the audition and out of them, the final 12 were selected to start the competition. At the end of the series, Naa Oyoe Quartey was crowned Miss Malaika 2013 at a highly successful final event on October 12th.
Come Saturday July 12th, there will be yet another long awaited moment of auditions for the 12th season of the Miss Malaika Ghana beauty Pageant.
The GhOne TV premises will welcome ladies between the ages of 18 and 25 to be part of the auditions. To be part of this audition and possibly to the next stage, ladies must be beautiful, intelligent, bold, eloquent, audacious, courageous, confident, positive and assertive.
Ghanaian/Nigerian actress & model-Christabel Ekeh made a stop over on E-Talk, GhOne’s Entertainment show 3 days ago where she endorsed and talked about Miss Malaika. Whiles endorsing the pageant, the former Miss Malaika contestant admitted that the pageant transformed and improved her-making her what she is today and therefore urged other ladies to contest. Wearing … Read more
Nineteen year old Rosemary Anima Awuku wasn’t favourite to win the Miss [email protected] crown but noticeably she managed to prove and made her way into the final 5.
To the patrons who witnessed the grand finale at the Conference Centre last Saturday, Anima as she was called throughout the event merited a place at the top or final 3 positions; the winner, the first or second runner ups.
However, the final round of questions which she answered well and would have gotten an excellent from any WAEC organised exams saw her crashing and missing a place in the last 3.
She was not only concise in answering the question; she was smart in her delivery as well and wooed the patrons who cheered her on with deafening applauds intermittently.
Barely a month after Alexandra Ayirebi-Acquah who lost the Miss Malaika 2011 crown to Gerry Partington in controversial circumstances endorsed the ruling National Democratic Congress (NDC) and propagated the party’s ‘Better Ghana Agenda’ during its manifesto launch, Anima, a finalist in the 10th anniversary edition has also endorsed the New Patriotic Party’s Candidate, Nana Akufo-Addo and his free education policy.
Now in the final round with Sadia, Anima, Regina, Ama and eventual winner Sharon. On her turn to answer her final question which was a make or break moment, she picked a question which was very unusual of questions asked at beauty pageants.
The CEO of UT Bank Mr Prince Kofi Amoabeng hosted the delegates of Miss [email protected] to a buffet lunch at his house. He took time out of his busy schedule to have lunch with the delegates and share with them his life experiences and also encourage them to aim high in life. Mr. Amoabeng … Read more
Over the years, Miss Malaika delegates visit a country outside Ghana, this year the delegates will visit two African countries instead of one. They are expected to visit Namibia and South Africa. The delegates left the country on Friday and are expected back next week Friday. Their trip is sponsored by Air Namibia. Whiles in … Read more
Martin Luther King once said a woman’s most treasured possession is the hair. This does not come as a surprise; recently ladies spend money on their hair just to look good some even try to look like their favorite celebrities either in Ghana or across the shores of Ghana. Every person be it a male … Read more
Every little girl has once dreamed of becoming a beauty queen especially if they are pretty and intelligent. For most little girls, it is their family members that make them dream or fantasize about becoming a beauty queen because they are given “beauty queen” as pet names. The ten delegates for this year’s Miss … Read more
THE coming weeks promises to be exciting as Ghana’s number one urban television network; Gh One Entertainment TV prepares to roll out this year’s edition of the nation’s most prestigious beauty reality show on television, Miss Malaika Ghana. This year marks the tenth anniversary of the award winning beauty pageant and organizers are certain of making Miss Malaika 2012 the most memorable in the history of the pageant which keeps winning more patrons and viewers every year. The Miss Malaika pageant has never been the same as each year with the introduction of alternative yet refreshing concepts and new focus yearly which always comes in handy the excitement the pageant is known for.
After a decade of identifying Ghana’s Queens. The search returns for a record 10th season with five fresh dimensions 1. 10 Queens, 10 Projects, 1 crown 2. A brand new car 3. An all-expense paid international trip 4. A wardrobe, body and beauty products, jewellery, ambassadorial role & lots of cash 5. And the best … Read more
Yesterday at the GHOne Studios, the winners of the Miss Malaika 2011 were presented with their prizes. Geraldine ‘Gerry’ Partington who controversially won the title received her new Kia Cerato car from Kia – Rana Motors. She also received products from the sponsors including one year supply of ATL Inspiration Fabrics, Hamper from UB Hair Products and a cash prize of GHC 6,000.00. The first-runner up, Alexdra Ayirebi-Acquah also received a set of living room furniture from Simbim’s Furniture. A hamper from UB Hair Products and ATL Inspiration Fabrics and a cash prize of GHC 2,000.00.
Actress Nana Akua Addo graced the finals of Miss Malaika 2011 at the Accra International Conference Centre last Saturday. She was one of the people who thought that, Alex was robbed for Gerry.
Also a former beauty queen, she couldn’t be bothered as she posed for GhanaCelebrities.Com camera. What do you think of the pictures? I think home girl is looking beautiful as usual. she was Miss Ghana-Germany 2005 and Miss Malaika Ghana 2003 second runner.
Miss Malaika 2010, Ama Nettey will formally unveil her pioneering project on the 5th of November, 2011 at the grand finale of Miss Malaika 2011 in Accra.
The project tagged ‘Ama Nettey Help the Lepers Project’ (ANHLP) is Miss Nettey’s audacious initiative to address the challenges plaguing people affected by leprosy. ANHLP seeks to end discrimination and other human rights violations people affected by leprosy go through in Ghana and other parts of Africa. This project will be officially announced at the grand finale of Miss Malaika 2011 but the actual formal launch will held in June 2012 at a grand event in New York, USA.
This was contained in a statement signed by Miss Ama Nettey in Accra on Wednesday. The statement said the announcement on November 5th will outline a plan to set up a centre called ‘Ama Nettey Hope Centre for Lepers’ and also feature a video documentary on the project.
Miss Nettey envisioned the campaign for leprosy during the Miss Malaika 2010 Reality series when contestants visited the Weija Leprosarium in Accra. On the final night of the pageant on 16th October 2010, during the speech session, she declared a campaign to end discrimination and other human right violations faced by people affected with leprosy in Ghana and around the world.