Wow, I am so excited… this is my second time auditioning for Miss Malaika, and thank God I made it through to finishing school, wow I really can’t believe I get to be part of this amazing beauty pageant. I am very grateful!!’ One of the excited ladies expressing her joy after organizers, Charterhouse announced the names of the 30 ladies making it to finishing school for the most prestigious beauty pageant, Miss Malaika Ghana.
Prior to this moment, however, the 30 ladies had to go through vigorous audition processes at Tomreik Hotel and ‘battle’ it out with over 200 hopefuls to make it to this stage. They met with prestigious judges, Elikem Kumordzi, Miss Sharon Coffie, and Naa Ashorkor who had the rather tedious task of cutting the ladies down to 30 who will have the opportunity to be groomed at finishing school.
On Monday 9th August, the 30 ladies, together with organizers made their way to Royal Senchi Hotel to complete the final phase of the audition process. As part of the grooming, the ladies were taken through Catwalk training which was headed by a past queen and one of the judges for the open auditions, Miss Leah Brown. They were also taken through Communications training, also headed by Mr. Robert Klah, Head, Public Events and Communications at Charterhouse. Amongst the many activities also included workout sessions, hair and makeup class, etc. all in a bid to get these ladies ready for the final test to determine who makes it to the competition proper. Organizers hint that 20 will begin the competition properly.
To ensure your favorite lady earns a spot in the top 20 and subsequently be in the running to becoming the next Queen, dial*711*80# on all networks, select her name, and vote.
Miss Malaika Ghana shows this and every Sunday at 8 pm on GHOne TV and at 9 pm on MX24 and EBN TV.
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