- Selorm, a former student from the Volta Region, stood out in Ghana's Most Beautiful competition's semi-final edition by winning the titles of 'Star Performer' and 'Best Costumed'
- Her performance, which depicted the Ewe migration and the Hogbetsotso festival, impressed judges and the audience with its compelling storytelling and emotional depth
- Selorm's unique costume, adorned with carefully chosen ornaments and Bentonite clay, added authenticity to her portrayal, making her the first contestant in 2023 to win two awards in a single night
Selorm Magdalene Gadah, a former student of Keta SHTS from the 2015 batch in the Volta Region, recently stole the spotlight in Ghana's Most Beautiful, a televised competition.
During the semi-final edition, themed 'Justify Your Inclusion,' Selorm's exceptional creativity and artistry earned her the titles of 'Star Performer' and 'Best Costumed.'
Selorm, Kwartemaa and 3 others make it to Ghana's Most Beautiful finale after Serwaah and Titiaka's evictions
Her performance, which vividly portrayed the Ewe migration and the significance of the Hogbetsotso festival, appears to have left a lasting impression on both the judges and the audience.
Selorm's storytelling skills were reported as compelling and emotionally charged, drawing everyone into the heart of the narrative.
Her appearance was equally impressive, with carefully chosen ornaments, a headscarf, and a rope adorned with various GTP fabrics that added authenticity to her portrayal.
How Selorm made history at the 2023 GMB pageant
Selorm's exceptional presentation made her the first contestant in the 2023 competition to win both Best Costumed and Star Performer titles in a single night, making her region proud.
The competition's grand finale is scheduled for October 8th at the National Theater, where Selorm will expect to showcase her talent and creativity.
GMB contestant Miss Amoani's shows gratitude to TV3 for the opportunity to promote STEM education in Ghana
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Serwaah Wins Star Performer Award at 2023 GMB
Earlier, YEN.com.gh wrote about Western Region's Serwaah, who won her first award in Ghana's Most Beautiful pageant.
The Melanin Beauty gave an in-depth presentation about low self-esteem and beauty standards affecting the youth in Ghana.
Some social media users applauded the judges for honouring her with the Star Performer award.
Former Ghana's most beautiful third runner-up, Miss Amoani, extends gratitude to TV3 for promoting STEM education
Also, Miss Amoani, who secured the third runner-up position in the 2022 Ghana's Most Beautiful competition, has expressed her appreciation to TV3 for providing a platform to champion Ghana's STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) education.
In an exclusive interview with YEN.com.gh, the beauty queen discussed her recent initiatives and collaborations with senior high schools in her region, shedding light on her efforts to empower the youth in STEM education.
Additionally, Miss Amoani shared insights into her relationship with Afriyie, a contestant from the 2023 GMB representing the Eastern Region.
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