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YOLO "I felt for Cyril when he knelt down to beg for forgiveness"- Emily

Emily who before “YoLo” was into commercial modeling; TV and Billboard advert also said that she would like to see herself progress in some years.

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Emily

She describes her Character in “Yolo” as “Dada Bee daughter who is not that stubborn but very much in love with Cyril”

Her real name is Queenstar Anaafi but known in “Yolo” as Emily. “Yolo” which means You Only Live Once is the continuation of famous Ghanaian TV series “Things We Do For Love” which caught the eye of many Ghanaians in the early 2000. Its continuation, “YoLo”,  has also set the same records but this time, having younger casts than the previous one and also being more educative with its end of episode social questions.

Kwaku ‘B’ – ‘de perfect gentleman’ in an interview with one of the lead cast, Emily, on Anapua fm confessed that the kneeling down of Cyril to beg for forgiveness in Season 2 episode 3 did touch her.

“Yeah it made Emily fall in love with Cyril but not as Queenstar Annafi” . She also proceeded by saying, “Depending on the situation, every lady will fall for that romantic act”

Emily who before “YoLo” was into commercial modeling; TV and Billboard advert also said that she would like to see herself progress in some years.

 “In a few years to come I would like to see myself progressing in all aspects of my life including acting and all that,” she said.

“YoLo” is produced by FarmHouse Production with National Population Council, Ghana Education service, Ghana Health Service, and National Youth Authority-Ghana being partners and founded by UKAID – Facilitated by Palladium Group.

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