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Lydia Forson becomes 1st Ghanaian to be nominated for E! People’s Choice Awards

Award-winning Ghanaian actress, Lydia Forson has bagged a nomination at this year’s E! People’s Choice Awards.
The “Perfect Picture” actress was nominated in the Africa Social Star Category alongside Sho Madjozi, Zozi Tunzi, Wian, Dimma Umeh, Thuso Mbedu, Karl Kugelmann, and Elsa Majimbo.Lydia who could not hide at her excitement shared the news on her Instagram.“BREAKING NEWS ‼️‼️ Mama, I made it on E! Today I become the first Ghanaian to be nominated for E! People’s Choice Awards in the Africa Social Star Category – yes- E! It’s been so hard keeping this to myself for weeks but I’m soooo excited to finally share it!” she wrote.

You can vote for Lydia Forson via pca.eonline.com/af or on Twitter using the hashtag #lydiaforson#africasocialstar

The E! People’s Choice awards cover film, television, animation, music, social media influencers and podcasts, and will be handed out on E! on Nov. 15 at 9 p.m. ET.

See post below; View this post on Instagram BREAKING NEWS ‼️‼️ Mama, I made it on E! …

Penciled Celebrities artist, Emmanuel Apraku (Ray Styles) is dead

Ghanaian artist, Emmanuel Apraku popularly known as Ray Styles is dead.
This was announced by television and radio personality, Giovanni Caleb today on his Twitter page.

The death of the artist follows months of battle with liver cancer.

Sources within his family also say he passed on in India, where he had been transferred for treatment.  Pictures of the talented artist looking sick and helpless had hit social media in August 2020, drawing attention to his urgent need for surgery.

According to sources, Emmanuel Apraku was in need of £40,000 to cater for both his surgery and treatment. While a GoFundMe account was set up on Wednesday, August 19 to raise $55,000 to support Emmanuel, a tweet via his handle said the First Lady, Rebecca Akufo-Addo had donated $20,000 to help cover the cost of his treatment.

The development resulted in some celebrities taking to their social media platforms to solicit funds for the talented young man. Through the collaborative effort of social media users and cele…

#InspirationalChat with Miss Ghana 2020 Queens. #BeInspired!

This episode of Inspirational Chat brings you an interview with the winners of Miss Ghana 2020 Queens.
Monique Mawulawe Agbedekpui, 23 year old who emerged the winner at this year’s Miss Ghana Beauty pageant 2020 organized by Exclusive Event Ghana is a graduate of Blue Crest College. She chose to be part of the Miss Ghana brand because it has shaped a lot of women to become women of substance.
Miss Issabella Eyram Agbo, 18 year old who is the 1st runner up is a First year student of University of Ghana Business School, Legon studying BSc in Administration with Marketing Option and Annlisa Anangfio 22 years of age who emerged the 2nd runner up  is a graduate in Human Nutrition, Food Science with Biochemistry from University of Ghana, Legon.Get interactive by dropping your comments in the comments section below. Be Inspired. Happy viewing.
Inspirational Chat is a platform where we interact with young leaders, who have made an impact in the lives of others. It is also a platform where young…

Chrissy Teigen and John Legend lose their third child shortly after his birth

Chrissy Teigen and John Legend are grieving as their newborn son has died shortly after his birth.
Taking to Instagram on Wednesday evening, September 30, Chrissy shared the heartbreaking news with fans. The 34-year-old model, who was rushed to the hospital over the weekend after she started bleeding and had to undergo blood transfusions, explained that all that "wasn't enough". Their third child, named Jack, was born but suffered complications and died. Sharing photos of herself and John in the hospital with their newborn son, Chrissy wrote:

    We are shocked and in the kind of deep pain you only hear about, the kind of pain we’ve never felt before. We were never able to stop the bleeding and give our baby the fluids he needed, despite bags and bags of blood transfusions. It just wasn’t enough.
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    .    We never decide on our babies’ names until the last possible moment after they’re born, just before we leave the hospital.  But we, for some reason, had started to call…