- James Gardiner has been seen in an edited video repeating the word "amazing"
- The actor described many stars as either looking amazing or asked them to have an amazing time
- James Gardiner was a co-host of the red carpet at the just-ended 2020 VGMAs
The just-ended Vodafone Ghana Music Awards would go down as one of the best following the many surprising highlights that made up the weekend-long event.
Apart from the epic performances, surprise award winners, and an awesome climax concert in honor of Ghana's COVID-19 heroes, some funny moments were captured.
When one thought Kofi Mole's slip on stage was going to be the funniest highlight of the night dubbed Ghana's biggest night of music, culture and recognition, another epic clip has been spotted.
The video has to do with no other than actor James Gardiner who was one of the hosts of the red carpet on the night of the event.
A video clip fast going viral on social media has shown that the word "amazing" was abused by the handsome actor.
By some strange circumstances, the actor is videoed to have said the word many times as he used the word to describe how the celebs and dignitaries attending the event were looking.
Due to this, the fresh-boy actor has been christened "Mr. Amazing".
He was seen in the video describing all the ladies who he spoke to on the red carpet as either looking amazing or asking them to have "an amazing evening".
The video which is now trending on social media has cracked ribs online.
The likes of Dada Hafco, Mzgee, Abena Korkor, Dzifa Gomashie and Adina were all described with the word "Amazing".
James Gardiner hosted the 2020 VGMA red carpet with Regina Van-Helvert.
YEN.com.gh earlier reported that recently crowned Artiste of the Year at the just-ended Vodafone Ghana Music Awards, Kuami Eugene, has given reverence to the National Chief Imam by presenting the award to him.
The Angela hitmaker, in a video sighted by YEN.com.gh, was seen at the residence of the Chief Imam Osmanu Nuhu Sharubutu to inform him of his recent success.
After announcing his mission, and showing off his award, Kuami Eugene was prayed for the revered Islamic cleric.
Kuami Eugene who resides in Fadama, a suburb of Accra, where the Chief Imam also resides, paid a courtesy call on the top cleric as is the custom of anyone in the neighborhood who tastes victory.