Adorable video shows 19-year-old Miss Ghana '68 confidently repping Ghana in London

Adorable video shows 19-year-old Miss Ghana '68 confidently repping Ghana in London

- A 52-year-old video has surfaced online, showing how a 19-year-old lady stunned the world with confidence on behalf of Ghana

- Lovell Rosebud Wordie had won the Miss Ghana contest and was representing Ghana at the Miss World Stage in London

- In the video, eyes were on her everywhere she passed because of her overflowing charisma

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A video of Lovell Rosebud Wordie has hit social media with a massive stir as it shows the stunning lady confidently representing Ghana in London in 1968.

Lovell Rosebud Wordie won the Miss Ghana Pageant when she was only 19 years old and had to mount the stage for Miss World in London.

At the time, racism was still grim in many parts of the world, which makes the level of courage, confidence and tenacity displayed by the Ghanaian beauty queen a spectacle to watch.

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That year, Lovell Rosebud Wordie was part of 60 other contestants who came from all over the world for the Miss World Contest.

She was only five feet and four inches but understandably did her best to add to the toughness of the contest. In the video, eyes were on her everywhere she passed because of her overflowing charisma.

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Many have been reacting to the footage:

Darkuman John Wick wondered whether he had just seen Beyonce in the video:

Bernardomayne praised the natural beauty of the young lady which was in full exhibition without any excessive makeup

Medoly Van-Orgle took the entire conversation from a hilarious angle:

In another report by YEN.com.gh, AY Poyoo, an underground rapper who calls himself the Face of Ghana Rap has shot to fame within just two weeks of working hard to appears in the limelight.

The rapper who doubles as a comedian released a number of music videos portraying a rural setting in Ghana with rib-cracking lines that were loved by many.

As his videos started to gain traction online, the rapper was invited to popular media houses including Adom TV and GHOne TV, which have added to his fame.

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