The 2020 Golden Movie Awards took place on Saturday, December 19, 2020, in Accra, Ghana amid the out of the pandemic Covid-19 that has hit the country.
Aside from the presentation of the awards, red was also a welcomed addition and Ghanaian celebrities, of course, didn't disappoint.
We applaud their risk-taking which has ultimately given us impeccable style tips for our next events.
Top Ghanaian actresses including Joselyn Dumas, Salma Mumin amongst others left us breathless with their stunning looks. They indeed added drama to Ghanaian movie industry's biggest night.
Check out their looks below:
- Salma Mumin
The host on the red carpet of the ceremony dazzled us with her look. OMG, Salma was just "amazing". That mauve gown and hijab is just stunning. the dramatic back of the dress could keep us at the event the whole night.
- Martha Ankomah
Emerald green never looks boring on the actress. Her look was stunning and classy.
- Joselyn Dumas
Joselyn, as usual, didn’t disappoint us on the red carpet. She was the real golden girl on the night with her gown.
Slaying be what? We have not seen black look good this much until we spotted MzGee. She indeed 'geed' the night.
- Sister Derby
A real Africa Mermaid doing her style. Sister Derby's mauve ponytail hairstyle made her look a goddess.
- Victoria Lebene
The newest mum didn't leave her slaying magic at home. Her sequin was all we needed for a night like this.
- Akuapem Poloo
Akuapem Poloo has indeed stepped up her fashion game. This red gown suits the body perfectly. Her hairstyle is something show-stopping and we love it.
- Kalsoume Sinare Baffoe
Looking decent yet stunning. Kalsoume's long dress and the hijab matched her body perfectly and we love it.
- Haillie Sumney
Haillie was a co-host on the red carpet. Her blue sequin dress with that floor-sweeping side was awesome. I think this time's Golden Awards was a hijab or hat one. She also looked ethereal in her matching sequin hat for the night.
- Moesha Boduong
The actress black see-through outfit was stunning. Moesha taught us how to slaying with her dramatic sleeves.
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