glitz-2016-top-10-1Top 10 Best Dressed Female Celebrities at the recently held Glitz Style Awards 2016 has finally been announced.

The event, which happened at the Mövenpick Ambassador Hotel in Accra Saturday, September 10, aimed to celebrate individuals who are setting trends and defying the odds with their style.

It is also an opportunity for the fashion industry to celebrate and promote the extraordinary creative talents in Ghana and Africa as a whole.

The Eurostar Ghana Fashion Review crew is at work again trying to get the best-dressed personalities on the red carpet at the second edition of the awards ceremony. After thorough studying of what was showcased at the red carpet of the awards, these are the best ten dressed female personalities from the Glitz Style Awards.

The selected top 10 are: Joselyn Dumas, Berla Mundi, Victoria Michaels, Zynnell Zuh, Nana Akua Addo, Vanessa Gyan, Adina Thembi, Anita Erskine, Nana Ama McBrown and Akosua Vee.

The list will be shortlisted to five and the best three will be selected later, within which the winner will be chosen. The Eurostar Ghana Fashio Review Top 3 obtains automatic nominations at Abryanz Style and Fashion Awards 2016 and they will also to attend the awards event in Kampala, Uganda on 9th December 2016.

Eurostar Global Limousines Group has been awarding Ghanaian celebrities who appear on red carpets at major events in the country with cash prizes.

Starting from Ghana Movie Awards 2015, the luxury vehicle rental company has for the past months been given cash prizes ranging from 3000Euros to 1000Euros to celebrities who are were voted as best dressed at red carpet sessions on various events and last review was on the Vodafone Ghana Music Awards which was won by reigning artiste of the year, Elorm Adablah popularly known as E.L and actress Joselyn Dumas. The two were awarded 3000 Euros each as best dressed male and female celebrities.

The Eurostar Ghana Fashion Review is by Africa’s leading luxury car rental company Eurostar Global Limousine Group with support from media partners including,,,,, Starr FM,,, 4Syte TV, GH Fashion Marketing among others.



Anita Erskine 3Thirty young women eagerly absorbed important lessons from leading women in the broadcast industry, including Bridget Otoo and Berla Mundi among others, as part of a new initiative from Anita Erskine Media and Brand Woman Africa titled “Conversations – Leading Change Through Young Women in an Evolving Africa,” held at the Oak Plaza Hotel today.

“I believe our young women have so much incredible potential to create the kind of social change Ghana urgently needs, but sometimes it’s just a matter of finding the right motivation to push you in the direction of success,” said award-winning television and radio host Anita Erskine, who organized the event. “I created Conversations which will be a quarterly event covering a range of sectors, to give young women an opportunity to interact with and have real conversations with experts on how to build a successful career within a particular industry.”

Conversations for Change

The following speakers were in attendance to share a range of experiences and advice on topics across the broadcast industry in Ghana and show the audience what powerful women are capable achieving within the media:

–          Bridget Otoo: Presenter, TV3

–          Berla Mundi: Radio & TV Presenter, LiveFM and 4Syte TV

–          Chantelle Asante: TV Presenter & Producer, Viasat 1

–          Akua Boatemaa: Video and Photography Director

–          Owusua Dacosta: TV Presenter & Producer, Discovery +233

–          AJ Sarpong: Radio & TV Presenter / Producer, StarrFM and GH One TV

–          Akosua Hanson: Radio & TV Presenter, LiveFM & Celebrity Fanzone on Viasat 1

–          Caroline Sampson: Radio & TV Presenter

Inspiring Global Progress

The program, designed to educate and inspire young women from the Ghana Institute of Journalism, the African University College of Communication and NAFTI, gave aspiring females the chance to connect, communicate and network with industry experts including Anita Erskine. After listening to each of the broadcast industry experts tell their stories, the students were spilt into small groups to provide more intimate conversations between the students and the professionals. Key parts of the program focused on broadcasting online via Youtube, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and LinkedIn and how it can encourage wider participation and reach a global audience.

The event served as the first installment of a recurring program designed to encourage the next generation of female leaders across a variety of industries. Sponsors including Oak Plaza, EcoBank, the Vodafone Ghana Foundation, Microsoft and Lux are thrilled to have taken part in such a positive experience focused on growing a new generation of empowered female entrepreneurs.


SaminiMultiple award-winning Dancehall artiste Samini has hinted his intention of becoming the President of Ghana one day.

In order to attain that ambition, the MOBO award winner said he wants to be on good terms with everyone including his main rival Shatta Wale.

“I would like to be President of Ghana one day…with the dreads,” the High-Grade Family boss told Anita Erskine on the Starr FM on Monday January 25, 2016.

Samini is also appealing to his fans to smoke the peace pipe with the Shatta Wale camp, and promised to end 2016 with no grudges.

Samini has since buried the hatchet with Shatta Wale.


Actress Nikki Samonas has opened up about the man in her life right now.

Nikki Samonas
Nikki Samonas

Nikki who has been rumoured to have dated men especially in the movie industry has cleared all that speculations insisting she has not dated any man in the same industry she is in.

In an interview with Anita Erskine on “The One Show” on Viasat 1, she made it clear that she has never had anything to do with any man in the entertainment industry.

“I have a happy relationship but the only thing I can say is that, he is not in the industry and I have never dated anyone in the industry before” she said.

Asked if he loves her and he understands the kind of work she does, Nikki couldn’t stop praising her new man “He is fantastic and he is so supportive and he is handsome”.

Asked how she is able to keep her man down and assure him that he is the only one in her life, she revealed that insecurity has broken most of her past relationships.

“I have had lots of break ups because of insecurity so I end up choosing matured men and men who understand the industry because if they understand the industry they know that these things happen. So I decided to choose someone who knows what the industry is all about and I think I made the right choice”.

Addressing rumours that was married to a Nigerian man, Nikki said;

“There were a lot of rumours circulating in town that I was married to a Nigerian so it’s still a rumour in town and people keep asking me if it’s true. So I am not married please! I was engaged but I am not married”.

She explained that it was just the type of engagement when a man tells you he wants to spend the rest of his life with you and he gives you a promise ring but didn’t work out. “So that was the ring I was wearing I was not married”.

Asked if she returned the promise ring to the man Nikki said the man wouldn’t take it back and she wanted to sell it but her mother won’t allow her.

Born Nikoletta Samonas, but known to all her fans as Nikki, she has become one of the known faces so far as acting in Ghana is concerned. She had a stint with Ghana’s movie industry a few years ago after she was given a minor role by Abdul Salam in Beyonce.

And she has since featured in many others, Pretty Queen, War of Roses, Desperate Measures, Deadly Obsession, Wrong Line, Final Rain and Red Label.