Nigerian musician Dr. SID of fame will have his first major performance in Ghana at the finale of the Miss Malaika 2011 beauty reality contest which is slated for November 5.
The Mo Hits star will join a host of chat topping Ghanaian stars according to event organizers, Gh-One Entertainment TV.
A dentist by profession, the singer cum songwriter born as Sidney Onoriode Esiri can be said to be one of the hottest musicians in his native Nigeria and also enjoying a great ride with his hit single “Pop
Something” all across the sub region.
As the rest of the nation awaits the grand finale of Miss Malaika 2011 which promises to be a night of pomp and pageantry, the competition continued last weekend with another exciting episode dubbed as The Fashion Night.
The main task was each contestant to produce her design for an evening wear with the help of an accomplished designer. Then the contestants were put into groups to come out with designs for casually smart outfit, beachwear and an avant-garde design.
The judging panel for the night comprised of the two Godmothers of the competition Anne Mary Sakyi and Mrs Kay Bentsi-Enchill plus the versatile Miss Sheila Gabrah, a talented model and budding fashion
Don’t forget another eviction is just around the corner and patrons are encouraged to vote by texting the names of their favorites to the short code 1757 (all networks) to keep them in the competition.
Miss Maliaka Ghana 2011 is shows Sundays on GTV at 9.30PM, GhOne Entertainment TV at 8.30PM, e.TV at 10PM and Homebase TV at 5.30PM. You can also follow your favorite on www.missmalaikaghana.com.
Miss Malaika Ghana 2011 is proudly sponsored by RANA Motors, Air Namibia, Simbin’s Furniture, Inspiration by ATL, Sleek Make up, Royal Richester and powered by GhOne Entertainment TV.
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