The coming weeks promises to be exciting as Ghana’s number one urban television network, Gh One Entertainment TV prepares to roll out this year’s edition of the nation’s most prestigious beauty reality show on television, Miss Malaika Ghana.
This year marks the tenth anniversary of the award winning beauty pageant and organizers are certain of making Miss Malaika 2012 the most memorable in the history of the pageant which keeps winning more patrons and viewers every year.
The Miss Malaika pageant has never been the same as each year with the introduction of alternative yet refreshing concepts and new focus yearly which always comes in handy the excitement the pageant is known for.
According to organizers, the tenth anniversary season, Miss Malaika 2012 will witness a competition free of the weekly dreaded evictions. There will be ten queens coming up with ten projects to compete for that prestigious and all important crown and a brand new car.
Aside the fun and weeks of excitement guaranteed for patrons as well as viewers, other fantastic rewards for grabs in Miss Malaika 2012 include an all-expense paid international trip, a wardrobe, jewelry, body and beauty products, ambassadorial duties and lots of cash.
There is nothing desirable as partaking and winning the Miss Malaika 2012 beauty reality show to come with fame, wealth, glitz, glamour, endorsements, juicy deals, rare opportunities, adventure and more.
Miss Malaika is open to young Ghanaian beautiful and intelligent ladies between the ages of 18 and 25 years and prepared for an unforgettable adventure with the Miss Malaika train. Interested
ladies should text their name to the short code 1757 across Networks and get ready for the national grand auditions on Saturday 23rd June 2012.
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