Ghana's most beautiful, who gets the last boot?
Posted on: 2008-May-31        Mirror
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The question that may be uppermost on the minds of viewers of TV3's Ghana's Most Beautiful pageant is which of the remaining five contestants would be the 'unlucky one' to be the last to be evicted before the finals on June 15.

The remaining contestants are Erica (Brong Ahafo Region), Fanny (Central Region), Adoley (Greater Accra Region), Ruweida (Northern Region) and Eyram (Volta Region).

Last Sunday saw the sad eviction of Eastern Region's representative, Akua.

The judges had the difficult choice of saving either Fanny or Akua.

For regular judge Linda Ampah, it was a difficult task as she said Akua was very beautiful while Fanny had excelled throughout the competition.

But she had to save one and it was Fanny. The guest judge, David Nii Amoo, also saved Fanny while Efo Kodjo Mawugbe preferred Akua to stay in the competition.

The task for last Sunday was for the contestants to perform various dances and give the historical background to them.

Eyram did a war dance of the Anlos, Atsiagbeko, and received praises from all the judges while the Sikyi dance was beautifully performed by Akua.

Erica did the Kete while Fanny added a 'vibrant touch' to show with Asafo dance performance. Ruweida did not impress much with her Jaraa dance.

Throughout the show, the contestants have performed creditably, and through their dances, poems and mini dramas they have been educating the public on various traditions and cultures of the country.

All the remaining five are confident of making it to the finals but one will be evicted leaving four to compete for the finals.

The pageant, which is sponsored by Onetouch, is on the theme: "Redefining Beauty to Promote National Unity" and judged through 100 percent public votes.

However, the judges have the power to save one of the two contestants who get the least votes.