Events, Fashion

Africa Magic Viewers Choice Awards: 16 Female Celebrities Who Rocked the Red Carpet in Stunning Looks! #AMVCA

Actress Omoni Oboli AMVCA AwardsThe inaugural Africa Magic Viewers Choice Awards, we believe, has just opened the door to what will be a strong African designer-celebrity red carpet product placement culture. Until now, African designers have been quite slow in wanting to dress their own celebrities on the red carpet, opting instead to push their designs on American celebrities. However, with the powerful marketing and promotions machine AMVCA Awards offers, and the huge buzz it has created with its inaugural award, within and outside continent, we expect to see African designers and African celebrities work with each other a lot more.

Below is our curated list of African female celebrities who killed rocked the red carpet in stunning looks!

Actress Joselyn Dumas (Ghana)
Actress Joselyn Dumas AMVCA Awards

Actress Omotola Jalade-Ekeinde (Nigeria)
Actress Omotola Jalade Ekeinde AMVCA Awards

Actress Omotola Jalade Ekeinde AMVCA Awards 2

Actress Omotola Jalade Ekeinde AMVCA Awards 3

Actress Rukky Sanda (Nigeria)
Actress Rukky Sanders AMVCA Awards

Actress Uru Eke(Nigeria)
Actress Uru Eke

Media Personality Eku Edewor (Nigeria)
Eku Edewor AMVCA Awards

Nigerian Fashion Supermodel Ojy Okpe
Fashion Model Ojy Okpe

Fashion Model Ojy Okpe 2

Actress Genevieve Nnaji (Nigeria)
Genevieve Nnaji AMVCA Awards 2013

Genevieve Nnaji AMVCA Awards White Outfit

Reality TV Star Karen Igho (Nigeria)
Karen Igho AMVCA Awards

Media Personality Micehelle Dede (Nigeria)
Michelle Dede AMVCA Awards

Actress & Former Beauty Queen Osas Ighodaro (Nigeria)
Osas Ighodaro AMVCA Awards

Singer Seyi Shay (Nigeria)
Seyi Shay AMVCA Awards

Comedian/Actress/Filmmaker Funke Akindele (Nigeria)
Actress Funke Akindele AMVCA Awards

(Personality) (Nigeria)
Singer Omawumi AMVCA Awards

Singer Zainab (Nigeria)
Singer Zainab AMVCA Awards

Actress Stephanie Linus (Nigeria)
Stephanie Linus AMVCA Awards

First Photo: Actress Omoni Oboli
Photos courtesy Kola Oshalusi/Insigna Online.

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  1. I like it so much, Nigerian celebrities are rock stars

  2. Moi says:

    Omawumi ke? Please check again as it is so not her.

    1. Ladybrille Magazine says:

      Thank you. It looked like her.

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