- The much anticipated AMVCA awards show took place on Saturday, March 14, 2020
- YEN.com.gh has compiled exclusive photos of celebrities who showed up at the event
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After several months of anticipation and voting on the part of dedicated fans, the much anticipated Africa Magic Viewers Choice Awards (AMVCA) finally went down on Saturday, March 14, and it was indeed a night filled with all the glitz and glamour.
Several actors and actresses who managed to bag nominations for the night turned up looking extra beautiful and dapper. It was indeed evident that many teamed up with some of the best creative minds in the Nigerian fashion industry.
From dramatic to colourful and the simply bizarre, there was something to look forward to with every celebrity that made an appearance on the red carpet.
As expected, YEN.com.gh monitored to have a firsthand look at how some of Africa's favourite entertainers showed up to celebrate one of the biggest nights in the movie industry.
Just like actors and actresses that went the extra mile in making interesting appearances, reality stars, singers, comedians and many others also in the entertainment industry all showed up putting their best foot forward.
Check out some of our favourite looks from the ceremony below:
1. Kobby Khloe
2. Ifu Enna:
7. Ayo Adesanya:
0. Idia Asien:
10. Juliet Ibrahim:
11. Funke Akindele:
12. Mercy Eke:
13. Mercy Aigbe
14. Nana Akua Addo:
17. Cee Cee:
Meanwhile, while it was exciting to gobble up all the interesting looks that showed up for the night, the real focus of the night was dedicated to celebrating talents and efforts that have been put in by hardworking actors, actresses, movie producers, cinematographers and so many other important personalities that have worked tirelessly to give us the best movies of 2019.
Actress and TV personality Gloria Sarfo was named the Best Supporting Actress on the night for her role in Shirley Frimpong-Manso's Perfect Picture: 10 Years Later which features Jackie Appiah, Lydia Forson, Chris Attoh, and Richard Mofe-Damijo.
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