Radio was at its pinnacle with a natural flair on the airwaves of 3FM, Onua FM and Connect FM at the World Trade Centre on Sunday evening when all ten contestants of the ‘Legacy Edition’ of Ghana’s Most Beautiful turned up as guests on ten selected MG Radio programmes.
Originality as it were was very clear to see on the night.
Just when most of the audience present had not gotten over the mind-blowing fashion show event from last week’s edition, which saw a host of Ghanaian fashion designers exhibiting various designs on the runway, little did they know something was about to hit them really hard.
One couldn’t help but admire the concept of Sunday’s show and one wouldn’t have seen this coming even if there was a ‘guess’ game introduced to predict what viewers and audience should have expected on the night.
‘I just couldn’t think far’ was just all over as audience watched the various talented presenters of the MG radio stations interact with their guests on the various topics.
For a minute the ‘guests’ didn’t look like contestants of GMB but rather, up and coming change ambassadors who knew exactly what they had set out to do on radio.
Topics carefully selected for discussion on the night for the Onua FM guests of Efua, Ama, Badu and Akos included a look at the entertainment industry, rent, sports and divorce and it was carefully analysed by each contestant.
For 3FM the issues brought up for discussion included artisanship, ongoing strike by GHOPSA, the debate on whether men should have paternity leave, lyrical content in music and environmental sanitation tasked for Deme, Hiba, Alaya, Naa and Kafui. They made it look so easy and natural as they analysed the issues introduced by the various presenters.
The recently launched Connect FM in Takoradi had its share of the cake with Yaba making her mark on the topic: The youth in Takoradi, in a one-on-one discussion with host Malik Ramzy.
One couldn’t have wished for better than what was witnessed at the World Trade Centre and it brings an interesting thought on what viewers should be expecting next week on the show.
The level of brilliance exhibited by all ten contestants will clearly give the judges a lot to think about when the eviction series begin. It will be interesting to see how certain bold decisions will be made on who stays and who goes. This is why they are called judges.
Ghana’s Most Beautiful couldn’t get any better than this.
By Nana Afrane Asante|3news.com|Ghana