by Yemi Olowu
In this quick interview, Yvonne Ekwere, the sexy, style-savvy television presenter tells YNaija 20 interesting things about herself!
Siblings: I’m the last child and I’ve got 6 sisters.
My perfect date would be: Relishing the taste of fine wine and continental cuisine at a very secluded location by the sea side with soft sultry music playing in the background.
My favorite film is: The classic Marilyn Monroe Flick “The 7year itch” and “Singing in the Rain”.
The person I ping most is: I rarely ping; I do that when I don’t get immediate response to a message but I chat with my sisters very often.
You would never see me wearing: A badly done lace front wig, it makes my skin crawl.
Something not many people know about me is: I’m a very shy vocalist. I wrote my first rap song at the age of 15 before becoming a tv presenter. I would go from one office to another marketing my hand made beaded jewellery.
The best part of my day is: Going home to sleep!
I am totally addicted to: Gummy worms!
Marry, mate, murder? I’d like to marry Channing Tatum, mate my future husband and not murder anyone! (laughs)
My dream car would be: The Bugatti Veyron Supersport version.
If I had all the money in the world: I would invest in a variety of things.
If I could go back into time: My father would be alive.
The most memorable moment in my life: My first musical performance on stage at the age of 8, I gave a rendition of “Jesus loves me”.
If you check my playlist you will find: I’m a music junkie, so I’ve got a variety of songs I listen to but here are a few of my favorite: Unforgettable by Nat King Cole, All of the Lights by Kanye West ft Rihana, Betcha by Golly, Wow by The Stylistics, How Does it Feel by De angelo.
The last text I received was from: Ayeni “the Great”
If I was invincible for a day I would: I would go to Aso Rock and unleash a can of whoop butt! On those who deserve it.
One thing I want to do before am 50 is: Shoot!
If I could have invented one thing, it would have been: The piano.
My dream vacation spots are: Rome and Greece