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Which of these Nollywood Actresses is Hottest?



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Which of these Nollywood actresses is hottest?

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  1. Mary Anne N

    September 27, 2009 at 8:36 pm

    I just love all her actions in all her movies whether good or bad she does it perfectly.i admire her i love her she is my fan.i won,t miss a movie that I see Genevieve on case of the cd.i love her

  2. Sacho Pascal

    September 28, 2009 at 3:08 am

    Omotala seems to be immortal. She has been arround the camera longer than the others. If you go to a beauty contest with your mother then ur a fool of your own making. She’s endoured with every sculpt and African man cannot resist especially me. Omotala is the one and only beauty id want to see every minute in a nigerian movie.. Infact she’s the Omotala international airport for evry African man.

  3. Kate

    October 2, 2009 at 2:32 am

    Omo is natural. She’s sleek. There is no one compared to her. Although i love Dakore’s dread locks. still choose OMO BABY.

  4. diama

    October 28, 2009 at 8:21 am

    genevieve,is the best,she is beutiful,professiomal,no one can beat her,i really like her and i just buy every movie she played in it.

  5. Elizabeth Salami

    October 30, 2009 at 8:10 am

    Omotala, what a wonderful woman you are, a mother of four still looking this beautiful what is the secret. You are the hottest actress let the other try and have even one baby let see how they will look

  6. anna

    November 3, 2009 at 3:53 pm

    i will go for Genevieve and Rita Dominic are the best people and they are so beautiful like me here.

  7. helen agaga

    November 17, 2009 at 9:20 am

    stephanie u er d best entertainter that i hv seen,keep up gir.

  8. helen agaga

    November 17, 2009 at 9:26 am

    she deserve to be winner cos she act well in her films

  9. nathalie

    November 25, 2009 at 2:36 am

    all the actresses mentioned above are very beautiful and sexy.each of them has something that makes them unique.but i i were to choose,i will go in for Gen,she is very natural in her acting,she is my fan and i will one day act like her.i love her soso much.she is very are the best girl.keep up and just be the person you are.i will love to meet you one of theses days for you to tell me the sacret of acting

  10. nathalie

    November 25, 2009 at 2:39 am

    i love eveything about you girl most especially the way you talk woa!!!

  11. Edison

    February 9, 2010 at 10:38 am

    Omotola Jolade. You are very active and still very beautiful at your age. Continue to take good care of yourself. I like watching your shows / movies.

  12. Billy

    February 18, 2010 at 11:56 pm

    Of course, Rita Domnic is the hotest as far as i am concerned. She is extemely charming and i frown at any firm(s) without her angelic face. She is my kind of gal any day any time and any where.

  13. brandy b

    February 25, 2010 at 10:03 am

    Gene and omo are the real babez. I can`t even choose the best between the two, I love them both they are hot. Their NO 1 fun till the end


    March 22, 2010 at 11:14 pm


  15. Joe

    March 29, 2010 at 5:19 am

    Omotola, I must confess you are the best actress so far. You are a combination of beauty and intelligence like my friend Lara. I love watching home movies because of you. Keep it up!

  16. Joe

    March 29, 2010 at 5:33 am

    Omotola is the hottest. She acts any part perfectly whether good or bad. I love watching her movies. She is beautiful and intelligent.

  17. fanny

    June 1, 2010 at 1:47 am

    Omo u are a beauty queen u too much . i love u. tell me ur secret
    u are the hottest babe

  18. Lughano

    June 3, 2010 at 6:16 am

    Omotola neva lie i mean she is hot and no man can resist her.Go gil!

  19. Lughano

    June 3, 2010 at 6:30 am

    Bu again Stephanie is also cool her height so sexy
    everything on her is fabulous

  20. becky

    June 5, 2010 at 1:32 am

    I will go for stephane and omotola because in terms of beauty heights speak so i think these two are the hottest chicks amongs these others

  21. bibian

    August 30, 2010 at 5:55 am

    i tink dey are all ok

  22. Ay

    November 19, 2010 at 7:18 am

    Beauty they say is in eyes of the beholder. However one thing is certain,the more children one gives birth to as a woman the more her beauty becomes, I mean the physical appearance in terms of shapes, it shows in every black woman and Omotola is just one of them. What makes her unique is that she never allowed those fat takes over her, however, in as much as she tried, she appears plumpy but i bet you if her husband should confess the Omotola he used to know can never be the same. i love stepnie for her height but hate her for being single. She need to be called a mother before is too late, any way i love them all for being Africa

  23. miss cate

    January 5, 2011 at 2:48 pm

    to me Dakore is the bomb, beautiful, natural, talented african woman.

  24. brandyiwo

    January 9, 2011 at 12:36 pm

    Will 2me i think DakoreEgbuson is de hottest among all.i luv everyting about her.OH MY AFRICA WOMAN?

  25. cleara

    March 31, 2011 at 2:48 am

    Omo baby you are our black American. u are naturally hot.

  26. Moni

    June 16, 2011 at 5:22 pm

    If I am to choose ,I think omotola,I see the pride of beauty , mother and who’s got all respect than any of the nollywood actresses,talking about in tears in movie, angry in movie ,you will never see an ugly face than the maintained beauty. It’s not an easy task to be a working class with four children.I pray to be like u someday and live in respect as you live today.And Gene & Dakore are not bad too.

  27. Okenwa ogochukwu

    June 24, 2011 at 4:38 am

    I wuld have optd 4 gen bt omo is d best,a mother f 4 stil in shape,haba!

  28. Cathy

    August 15, 2011 at 5:15 am

    Myself i like Omotola i really wonder whats her secret, Omo dear one of these days share your secret for your shape and everything. Gen is not bad also.

  29. tubaby

    August 22, 2011 at 5:37 am

    I wud definitely go for omotola she’s simply alluring n ultra georgous for an actress mother and wife combined,go girl you are the bomb.

  30. Kombe Moses Namuene

    October 26, 2011 at 1:45 am

    Stephanie is a model and deserves to be the best. She is tall, has natural colour and slim not too fat what else do u want? Steph. i go for u.

  31. sammy

    December 29, 2011 at 3:17 pm

    i always go 4 d best,i like steph okereke since from my nursary 1,i like her because of d way she speaks

  32. Anita

    May 20, 2012 at 11:19 am

    omotola you are the best among the best, all 5 women are very sexy and beautiful.

  33. nyama b

    August 16, 2012 at 5:37 am

    Omotala is such a natural lady.She knows how to thrill her fans.Once a star,always baby

  34. dj sulverin jacs

    August 7, 2013 at 5:59 am

    well, she pretty to me, i had a dream last night that i was on a date with her and when woke up i couldn’t believe it will happen to me and omotola. u’re beautiful omo. can we make this real?

  35. Adamu Musa

    June 18, 2014 at 2:31 pm

    Stephanie O. is among the top best actress,I admire her style of acting, also my favorite actress. Keep up

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SZA Surprises Fans With The Adoption Of Nigerian Names



SZA adopts Nigerian names

American music sensation Solana Rowe aka SZA made eyes pop on her Instagram page recently. However, this time it wasn’t just about stunning pictures. The music star on Thursday, April 11th, 2019, adopted two Nigerian names, “Amarachi Chinonso”. The names which are peculiar with the Igbos in Southeastern Nigeria means “God’s grace” and “God is close” respectively. The Instagram sensation has over 5.7 million followers. Mix reactions followed SZA’s name change. There were the positives, negatives and the neutral.

The 29-year old singer was born to a Muslim father and a Christian mother in St. Louis. Fans immediately began to pour out their admiration for the African-American artiste’s willingness to identify with her African heritage. However, not every fan loves to make assumptions. A few fans were keen to find out the motive for her actions.

Some of the reactions trailing SZA’s name change

A picture posted days after the name change has over 618k likes and 4k comments. In addition to admiring her stunning beauty, a number of the comments revolves around her name change. However, a few of the inspiring or eyebrow-raising comments include;

Zizilords.xo; “Chineke such beauty!!! Daluu ooh#igbo_sister”

Majesty_lyn; “Omg, you’re Nigerian!!!!!!! I’m screaming”.

Itslavivi; “Can you please tell us the inspiration behind the Igbo name in your bio?”

Kelechikakesss; “If you (‘re) Nigerian, can you tell us because we wanna know ASAP?”

Obsessed_style; “Shoutout to @SZA for being an absolute queen. We’ve always love you but now our love for you is x3. Igbo kwenu!”

Carolinetheshe_; Nice fit but please we need clarity on your new Nigerian names

Derinfromisaleeko: We need to know, are you Nigerian? Are you one of us.. We love you still if you aren’t.

Recent and past musical projects

The Grammy-nominee songstress performed recently at Dreamville festival. The event was also graced by Nigerian Afrobeat star, Davido. For the past few weeks, the artist has been teasing her fans on social media about her upcoming project. Apparently, SZA featured alongside ‘Travis Scott’ and ‘The Weekend’ on Game of Thrones official soundtrack. On Thursday 18, April, SZA finally shared the Game of Thrones soundtrack with the caption ‘POWER IS POWER OUT NOW”

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SZA shot into limelight in 2017 with the release of her debut album, ‘Ctrl’. The album made its debut on the US Billboard 200 at number 3. Consequently, the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) gave the album platinum certification. The album got four Grammy Awards nominations. SZA, on the other hand, bagged the ‘Best New Artiste’ nomination at the 60th award ceremony.

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Check Out The Song That Took ‘Song Of The Year’ At The 2019 NAMA



It was a night of glitz and glamor on Saturday 13th April 2019 at the Harare International Conference Center for the 18th National Arts Merit Awards (NAMA). Celebrities and dignitaries were spotted at the center in scintillating outfits. There were musical performances by music stars like Enzo. However, the climax of the event was the award of plaques in different categories for outstanding works.

The music category always draws the most attention. However, this year had lots of surprise entries. The gospel sensation, Mai Patai was voted the best in the People’s Choice category. Patai recently broke the jinx in the Coca-Cola Radio Zimbabwe Top 50 by becoming the first woman to make it to the top three. Another female gospel musician whose hard work continues to pay off is Janet Manyowa. Manyowa won the Outstanding Female Musician award.

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A Battle For Experience And Fame

One of the keenly contested categories at NAMA is the Outstanding Male Musician. Three superstars Baba Harare, Enzo Ishall and ExQ contended the award. However, many believe the ‘Nzenza’ crooner ExQ’s longevity and experience set him apart from his competitors. It was double honors for ExQ as his album ‘Tseu Tseu’ won the Outstanding Album. Although losing out of this category, Enzo’s hit track, ‘Kanjiva’ won the ‘Song of the Year’. Speaking to NewsDay Life & Style Enzo said,

“It is such a great honor to receive this award which I dedicate to my son and I would like to thank friends, family, and my fans as well as my producers for supporting me.”

Surprise Name On The Award List

Long John

One of the surprise names on the NAMA Award list was Long John, a rib-cracking comedian. Not many saw this coming. From John’s reactions, it is obvious he did not see it coming too. The vibrant comedian took to his Facebook to share his joy.

“Ladies and gentlemen, I’m in shock. I’ve never won anything in my life. But today I am so happy to announce that I’ve just Won the Outstanding Comedian Award. This is so unreal. I even have a certificate and everything. Thank you so much, everyone, for your support #VillageBoy.”

List OF NAMA Award Winners

Spoken Words Award

  • Outstanding Poet: Likhwa Ncube
  • Outstanding Comedian: Learnmore “Long John” Mwanyenyeka

Literary Arts Awards

  • Outstanding First Creative Published Book: Gather the Children by Batsirai Chigama (Ntombekhaya Poetry)
  • Outstanding Children’s Book: The City Girl by Elisha July and Tendai K. Rudanda (Pass-Point Publishers)
  • Outstanding Fiction: Mazai Emheni by Daniel Mutendi (DanTs Media Publishing)

Theatre Awards

  • Outstanding Actor: Teddy Mangawa in Ukama
  • Actress: Qeqeshiwe M’thembo in The Hostel
  • Outstanding Theatrical Production: Ukama by Savanna Trust
  • Outstanding Director: Lloyd Nyikadzino for Zandezi

Dance Awards

  • Outstanding Female Dancer: Vein N Alfazema in Black Sheep
  • Male Dancer: Martin Chabuka in 100% Afro
  • Outstanding Dance Group: Real Flex Dance Group directed by Martin Chabuka
  • Outstanding Choreographer: Macintosh Jerahuni and Chaleen Chimara – Iwe Neni Tinebasa

Visual Arts

  • Outstanding 2 Dimensional Work: The Demolition by John Kotze
  • 3 Dimensional Work: Zvirimudombo by Shelton Mubayi
  • Outstanding Mix Media Work: The Watchman and the Fence by Greg Shaw
  • Outstanding Exhibition: The Grotesque by Alan Sibanda and Talent Kapadza

Film and Television Awards

  • Outstanding Actor: Eddie Sandifolo as Clive in Bhachi
  • Special Mention: Admire Kuzhangaira – in Death and Other Complications
  • Outstanding Actress: Tendaishe Chitima as Anesu in Cook Off
  • Outstanding Music Video: Dzamutsana ft. Jah Prayzah produced by Vusa Hlatshayo (aka Blaq)
  • Outstanding Screen Production (Television Series): Kuchina The Genesis directed by Blessing Gatsi
  • Special Mention: Gaza directed by Ben Mahaka
  • Outstanding Screen Production – Short Film: Bhachi directed by Shupai Kamunyaru
  • Outstanding Screen Production – Full-Length Film: Cook Off directed by Thomas Brickhill

Media Awards

  • Outstanding Journalist – Print: Fred Zindi – The Standard
  • Television: Patience Nyagato – ZTV
  • Radio: Babongile Sikhonjwa (aka uMrifiti) – Sky Metro FM
  • Outstanding Online Media: Capitalk

Music Awards

  • Outstanding Female Musician: Janet Manyowa
  • Male Musician: Enoch “ExQ” Munhenga
  • Outstanding Album: Tseu Tseu by ExQ
  • Outstanding Song: Kanjiva by Stephen “Enzo Ishall” Mamhere
  • People’s Choice Award Winner: Mai Patai

Special Awards

  • Artist in the Diaspora: Danai J. Gurira
  • Outstanding Promoter: Unplugged Zimbabwe
  • Arts Personality Award of the Year: Mokoomba
  • Arts Service Award: The Standard Newspaper
  • Lifetime Achievement Award: Charles Mungoshi

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Mo Abudu Is First African To Receive Prestigious Médailles d’Honneur



Mo Abudu

On 8th of April 2019, celebrities across the globe gathered in Cannes, France for the MIPTV ceremony. MIPTV recognizes and honors senior executives for their impact on the global television industry. Among those honored at the event is Mosunmola ‘Mo’ Abudu, the CEO of EbonyLife Media. This makes Mo Abudu the first African to receive the prestigious Médailles d’Honneur award.

Mo Abudu is one of the most prolific producers in the continent. However, she launched EbonyLife TV in 2013. The TV network became the first global network for black entertainment and lifestyle. However, EbonyLife TV is notable for a slew of original features and series including ‘The Governor’, ‘Sons of the Caliphate’ and ‘Castle & Castle’.

Recipients of the MIPTV Award

Mo Abudu is not the only media executive to receive the award. She shared the stage with Jane Millichip (managing director of Sky Vision), Ilene Chaiken (producer, writer, and showrunner), and Stephane Courbit (chairperson of the Banijay Group). While on stage to receive the award, the obviously emotional Abudu said,

“I would like to take this opportunity to thank MIPTV for this incredible award. My big dream was and still is, to change the narrative about my continent. As a continent, Africa has remained creatively silent for centuries. Our stories seldom told outside of our families and villages and often from the perspective of ‘someone’ looking in. It is therefore with great pride that we, at EbonyLife Media, bring our stories to the world with our TV series and our films.”

Mo Abudu’s Previous Recognitions

Mo Abudu is not a stranger to accolades and awards. CNN described her as “Africa’s Queen of Media who conquered the continent”. Forbes, on the other hand, labels her “Africa’s Most Successful Woman”. Consequently, she also featured on the 2018 Powerlist, a selection of the most influential people of Caribbean and African heritage.

Mo Abudu

In 2018, the convener of the Emmy Awards, the International Academy of Television Arts and Sciences, named Mo Abudu as a director. However, in the same year, she was honored with the honorary degree of Doctor of Arts by the University of Westminster. The honorary degree was in recognition of her contributions to the Nigerian broadcasting industry.

Achievements and Future Projects

Mo Abudu currently heads five divisions of the EbonyLife Media which encompass EbonyLife Productions Limited (UK), EbonyLife Studios, EbonyLife ON, EbonyLife Films, and EbonyLife TV. Consequently, she has produced Nigeria’s highest grossing movie including Chief Daddy (2018), The Wedding Party 2: Destination Dubai (2017), The Wedding Party (2016), and Fifty (2015).

Mo Abudu has international collaboration with Netflix. However, she recently entered a 3-project deal with Sony Pictures Television (SPT). The deal is the first of its kind in the continent. A movie based on the women soldiers that served in present-day Benin over 200 years ago.

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