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All the photos you should see at the 2014 AfricaMagic Viewers’ Choice Awards

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Genevieve Nnaji

 

What: Africa Magic Viewers’ Choice Award (AMVCA).

Where: Eko Hotel & Suites, V.I, Lagos.

When: March 8, 2014.

Photos by Hycinth Iyereosa

 

Biola Alabi

Biola Alabi

Rita Dominic

Rita Dominic

Kate Henshaw

Kate Henshaw

Uche Jombo (3)

Uche Jombo Rodriguez

Monalisa Chinda

Monalisa Chinda

Funke Akindele (5)

Funke Akindele

Jackie Apiah (2)

Jackie Appiah

Ufeoma Ijenobor McDermott

Ufeoma Ijenobor McDermott

Ramsey Noah

Ramsey Nouah

Desmont Eliot (4)

Desmond Elliot

Chioma Akpotha

Chioma Akpotha

Flevor

Flavour

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Julius Agwu

Mercy Aigbe (2)

Mercy Aigbe

 

Waje (4)

Waje

Adebola Williams (3)

Adebola Williams

Ayo Adesanya (1)

Ayo Adesanya

Bez (5)

Bez Idakula

Bimbo Akintola (3)

Bimbo Akintola

Chidi Mokeme (1)

Chidi Mokeme

Chika Eke (3)

Chika Ike

Chinedu (1)

Chinedu Ikedieze

Osita Iheme

Osita Iheme

Clara Chukwura (2)

Clarion Chukwura

Davido

Davido

Dede Momodu (3)

Dele Momodu

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Ireti Doyle

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Funlola Aofiyebi-Raimi

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Ibinabo Fiberesima

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Mike Ezuruonye

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Olu Jacobs

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Cobhams Asuquo

Ivie Okujaye (3)

Ivie Okujaye

Jide Kosoko (2)

Jide Kosoko

Jimmy Jatt (1)

DJ Jimmy Jatt

Joseph Benjamin (5)

Joseph Benjamin

Kanayo .O. Kanayo (5)

Kanayo O. Kanayo

Lancelot Imasuen (2)

Lancelot Imasuen

Linda Ejiofor (3)

Linda Ejiofor

Mai Atafo (3)

Mai Atafo

Ngozi Orji (1)

Ngozi Orji

Makida Muka (6)

Makida Moka

Nkiru Syvernus (2)

Nkiru Sylvanus

Osas Ighodalo (2)

Osas Ighodaro

Seyi Shay (3)

Seyi Shay

Toke Makinwa (2)

Toke Makinwa

Toyin Aiyemakun (3)

Toyin Aimakhu

Azuka (2)

Azuka Ogujiuba

Bosun (Cool fm) (2)

Dotun (Cool FM)

DJ Xclusive (1)

DJ Xclusive

Dolapo Oni (1)

Dolapo Oni

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Daphne Akatugba

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Kalu Ikeagwu

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Omoye Uzamere

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Ugonna Omeruo

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Susan Peters

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Beverly Naya

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Oreka Goddis

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Uti Nwachukwu

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Kunle Afolayan

Ebuka Obi-Uchendu (3)

Ebuka Obi-Uchendu

Eku Edewor (5)

Eku Edewor

Ezinne Akudo (1)

Ezinne Akudo

Francesca Uriri (2)

Francesca Uriri

Gedion Okeke (1)

Gedion Okeke

Ifeoma Williams (1)

Ifeoma Williams

Ikechukwu (1)

Ikechukwu

Mr. and Mrs. Mercy Johnson Okojie

Mercy Johnson and husband

 

Alex Ekubo and Yemi Alade (2)

Alex Ekubo and Yemi Alade

Desmont Eliot and Charles Odi (3)

Desmond Elliot and Charles Odii

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Ejike Asiegbu and wife Ogechi

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Emmah and Sharon Ojong

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Yaw, TA and Majid Michel

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Ndidi Obioha and Tony One Week

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Steve Babaeko and Olisa Adibua

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Clarion Chukwura and Charles Okafor

Emeka Osai and wife (4)

Emeka Osai and wife

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Lancelot Imasuen and wife, Imua

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Nneka and Isaac

All the exciting photos from the House of Tara Studio launch in Lagos

Tara Durotoye

Tara Durotoye

 

What: House Of Tara Studio Launch.

Where: Centro Mall, Lekki, Lagos.

When: February 23, 2014.

Photos by Hycinth Iyereosa

 

Munachi Abii

Munachi Abii

 

Ufuoma Ejenobor  McDermott

Ufuoma Ejenobor-McDermott

 

Munachi Abii, Tara Durotoye and Isoken Ogiemwonyi

Munachi Abii, Tara Durotoye and Isoken Ogiemwonyi

 

Toke Makinwa (2)

Toke Makinwa

 

Omowunmi Akinnifesi

Omowunmi Akinnifesi

 

Omoni Oboli

Omoni Oboli

 

Mai Atafo

Mai Atafo

 

Uenice Ofole (2)

Eunice Efole

 

Anna Ebiere  (MBGN 2013)

Anna Ebiere (MBGN 2013)

 

Bez (4)

Bez

 

Biodun Laaro (2)

Biodun Laaro

 

Arese Ugwu

Arese Ugwu

 

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L-R: Charles Odii, Muna Abii, Ezinne Alfa, Bez, Tara Durotoye, Omoni Oboli, Eunice Efole, Temi Akingbe and Adebola Williams.

 

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Sekou Coulibaly, Tara Durotoye and Sarah Bertner-Moatti

 

Kiki Kamanu (7)

Kiki Kamanu

 

Lamide Akintobi (2)

Lamide Akintobi

 

Bez

Bez

Linda Ejiofor (2)

Linda Ejiofor

 

Bola Balogun (2)

Bola Balogun

 

Chidinma Umeh (1)

Chidinma Umeh

 

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Azuka Ogujiuba and Yewande Onwordi

Azuka Ogujiuba and Yewande Onwordi

 

Deyemi Oanlowan and Olamide Amon  (1)

Deyemi Okanlawon and Olamide Amon

 

Ebisan (2)

Ebisan

 

Ezinne Alfa (2)

Ezinne Alfa

 

Fracesca Uriri (1)

Francesca Uriri

 

Azuka Ogujiuba and Yewande Onwordi

Catherine Adegbie (3)

Catherine Adegbie

 

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Azuka Ogujiuba, Yewande Onwordi and Tara Durotoye

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Ireti Doyle, Deyemi Oanlowan and Linda Ejiofor

 

Bez

Bez

 

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Tara Durotoye and Omoni Oboli

 

Charles Odii and Munachi Abii

Charles Odii and Munachi Abii

 

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Sexiest man of the year? Actor Gbenro Ajibade does strike a convincing semi-nude pose (PHOTOS)

by Rachel Ogbu

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The last time we saw Tinsel actor, Gbenro Ajibade, he was fooling around on set giving the camera some very camp poses with his other Tinsel cast members. Fast forward to now and he’s transformed into a topless Hercu-more rather than Hercu-les (Hercules) with very little fabric to cover his modesty.

The photo was shot by professional photographer Reze Bonna who is renowned for photographing  Omotola Jalade Ekeinde. Is there is a Nigerian award going for Sexiest Man Alive, Ajibade is definitely on the money.

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SNAPSHOT: Let the gay rumours about Tinsel’s Gideon Okeke and Gbenro Ajibade begin?

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by Akan Ido

Tinsel stars, Linda Ejiofor, Gideon Okeke and Gbenro Ajibade are apparently are sure having a great time on set of the soap taking pictures, making funny faces and just fooling around basically.

But with the funny faces and all, you can’t help but take a second look at Okeke and Ajibade’s… err… feminine not too masculine postures and also ask yourself what Linda Ejiofor must have been holding down there… Nothing we hope. Well, what do we know?

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Aww, how sweet: Tinsel’s Matilda Obaseki has bridal shower (PHOTOS)

by ‘Jola Sotubo

Screen diva Matilda Obaseki is making preparations to marry her beau Arnold next month and her friends decided to throw her a bridal shower as is the usual tradition.

The event was attended by her friends Damilola Adegbite, Linda Ejiofor and Lilian Esoro among others.

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Episode 1000! See HOT new PHOTOS of Ireti Doyle, Funlola Aofiyebi, Chris Attoh & other Tinsel stars (LOOK)

by Hauwa Gambo

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Mnet’s Tinsel will be showing its 1000th episode today, Thursday 23 May at 7.30pm WAT, and to celebrate cat memebers sighned autographs in Ikeja for fans and other viewers.

In addition, the crew issued this special photo shoot to commemorate – with stars Ireti Doyle, Funlola Aofiyebi, Linda Ejiofor, Funmi Holder, Chris Attoh, Gbenro Ajibade and others.

The shoot

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[Photos: H/T DTSV & TalkMediaNigeria]

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SEE Ireti Doyle, Gideon Okeke, Linda Ejiofor, Chris Attoh and more as M-Net’s ‘Tinsel’ celebrates 1000th episode (PHOTOS)

by Chi Ibe

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MNet’s hit soap opera,  Tinsel is about to roll out its 1000th episode on Thursday May 23.

As part of the celebration, cast members held an autograph signing at Ikeja and released a cast and crew special edition photo shoot.

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– [Photo Credit: DSTV.com | TalkMediaNigeria]

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Film review: ‘The Meeting’ tells an excellent Nigerian story

by Wilfred Okiche

An uptight middle-aged corporate executive flies to Abuja from Lagos for an all-important make or break meeting with a government minister and is to return same day. What he does not bargain for is meeting a brick wall in the form of the minister’s cantankerous secretary, having to add extra days to his planned trip and engaging in a dalliance with a beautiful but pushy youth corper.

Directed by Mildred Okwo, working from a screenplay by Tunde Babalola, ‘The Meeting’ comes gift wrapped as a light weight romantic comedy but actually has much more to offer, reining in the viewer and guiding them past the clunky first quarter, into the superb midsection and on into the unoriginal albeit convenient ending.

Femi Jacobs and Linda Ejiofor (both of Mnet television series, ‘Tinsel’ fame) play the leads and although they enjoy delightful chemistry between them, their May-December romance continually tethers on the brink of cheesy. While his character Makinde Esho or (Mr M like she naughtily calls him) expresses an initial distaste for her, it is fun to watch as he slowly falls for her irresistible forwardness. Ms Ejiofor has the onerous duty of drawing her co-star out of his shell and while she does not have the confident presence of 50 films past, her fiesty charm makes all the difference. Oh! And did we mention her laugh? Ms Ejiofor knows she has something there and employs it generously and no one can blame her leading man- or audience for falling for it.

For all the eye candy and good intentions of the leading duo, ‘The Meeting’ truly takes off in Abuja with the appearance of Rita Dominic as Clara Ikemba, the minister’s unrelenting secretary. Now if the word ‘brave’ has been overused in describing the performances of Hollywood actresses, over here in Nollywood, it is sadly underutilized simply because there is a dearth of inspired acting. Ms Dominic’s performance is as brave as it is inspired.

She instantly steals the show as the powerful secretary gone to seed. With her sagging skin, drooping lids, bad hair and thick Owerri accent, she represents an acheivement in acting as well as a triumph of wardrobe, hair and make up. At once powerful and powerless, in turns, the oppressor and a victim of her circumstances, her character is something of an antagonist and the main stumbling block to the hero’s quest but  Ms Dominic has us firmly rooting for her even as we share in our hero’s frustrations. She deserves every best supporting actress trophy that is sure to come her way.

The screen play has a lot more layers to it than the average Nollywood fare, taking turns to explore situations, moments and characters that are not only uniquely Nigerian, but strongly universal. The array of cameos and supporting actors point to this. In the minister’s waiting room, there is Kate Henshaw as the hypocritic socialite ready to do anyhing to achieve her aim, Basorge Tariah Jr as the snivelling professor turned government consultant, Chinedu Ikezie as the business owner whose newly comissioned hotel was recovered by the FCT ministry and Nse-Ikpe Etim as the high class escort who embodies not only the glamorous lifestyle but also the seedy, desperate underbelly. Ego Boyo shows up briefly as a University don delivering a poorly conceived speech and Jide Kosoko gives a great mean face as the ever demanding boss. No one character is completely flawless and at some point, even the rigid Mr M is forced to rethink his values.

There is deft camera work with aerial views of the Abuja skyline and some impressive nature shots but the scenes involving the lovers could have been allowed more breathing space.

The script may be refreshing in most parts with but it has its fair share of romance comedy cliches. Like how Ejura’s (Linda Ejiofor) bike riding boyfriend is a convenient womanising cad, making it all the easier for her to dump him, how we know Mr M just has a back story that would make it all right to hook up with Ejura and film buffs and students can instantly tell that the film’s final scene was lifted straight off the Julia Roberts- Richard Gere classic, ‘Pretty woman’, complete with the final line of dialogue about some prince rescuing the princess right back.

But don’t let this stop you from seeking out the pleasures of ‘The Meeting’ and discovering for yourselves the thrill of a good old story told with delightful finesse. And lots of class.

The writer tweets @drwill20