Our favourite celebrities are constantly preaching about love; the power of love and how it conquers all things in their music, movies and social media posts.
They keep giving us in depth relationship tips and tricks. We are always fascinated about celebrity weddings, with all the flamboyant decor, big and shiny diamond rings as well as all the glamour associated with it.
But not all of them seem to be hooked, interestingly. Here is a list of stars who are are known, at least publicly, to be single - either truly single or with highly covert love lives.
Ghanaian actress Yvonne Nelson was dating Nigerian singer, Iyanya but the relationship ended abruptly. Recently Iyanya revealed that they broke up because she didn’t have time for him.
The award-winning actress has a daughter and manages to keep her love life secret from public scrutiny.
In addition to being a lawyer, Sandra Ankobiah is media personality who has won the hearts of many with her first time voters project during her 2016 elections.
Deloris Frimpong Manso
Outspoken TV host and entrepreneur Deloris Frimpong Manso has interviewed many high profile personalities in Ghana on her Delay show.
Songstress Becca is known for singing about love and African inspired songs. Her private life had been largely kept under wraps until photos surfaced of her and Bisa Kdei in lovey-dovey situations. The duo have denied any dating claims but that hasn’t stopped people from flooding social media with comments that they look perfect together.
Nadia Buari has enjoyed a number of affairs with famous men in movies but she is not married, according to sources. The mother-of-twins beat the almost impossible feat of hiding her nine months pregnancy from the public.
Lydia maybe a master of literary romance as she plays the bride in Isokem movie but she herself has never been married according to sources.
Yvonne Okoro has enjoyed relationships with a string of leading actors on set but has never been married.
Nana Aba Anamoah
Nana Aba Anamoah has won many accolades and awards for her role in promoting the Ghanaian media.