Photos: Celebrities At Miss Earth Nigeria 2013 Grand Finale

miss earth nigeria 2013 grand finale

Sept 23, 2013  – Pictures: Celebrities At Miss Earth Nigeria 2013 Grand Finale

Nigerians celebrities came out in mass yesterday to witness the grand finale of Miss Earth Nigeria beauty pageant show for 2013.

The 12th crowning of beauty pageant event held yesterday at Oriental Hotel’s grand ball room and it was a success.

Popular celebrities who attended the show include; Nollywood actress Ini Edo, model Amber Rose, Hollywood, Ghanaian actor Boris Kodjoe, Karlie Reed, photographer Kelechi Amadi Obi, star singer Dbanj, soul singer Timi Dakoloo, Comedians AY, Gbenga Adeyinka and Julius Agwu.

The show started with exciting performances by D’banj and Timi Dakolo as guests interacted with each other.

Apart from Ini Edo who replaced Genevieve Nnaji among the judges, other Nigerian movie stars who graced the occasion include popular Nollywood critics and author Charles Novia, Zik Zulu Okafor, Segun Arinze, Fred Amata, Ejike Asiegbu, Andy Amenechi, Lancelot Imasuen and Chko Ejiro.

Marie Miller Abudu tagged Miss Olive came first as Miss Sage came 2nd followed by Miss Lavender and Juniper on the 3rd and 4th position respectively.

Check out more photos of celebrities at Miss Earth Nigeria 2013 event below;

Segun Arinze & wife, Fred Amata

Comedian Julius Agwu

Boris Kodjoe, Amber Rose

Joseph Benjamin

Ini Edo carrying $10,000 Chanel Lego clutch bag

Fred Amata

Fiberesima Ibinabo, Miss Earth 2013 event organizer

Charles Novia

5 thoughts on “Photos: Celebrities At Miss Earth Nigeria 2013 Grand Finale

  1. They all looked like dummies trying so hard to immitate American celebrities.
    One thing I hate about Africans especially Nigerian is lack of appreciation for their culture.
    Miss earth, miss nigeria,miss igbo, miss yoruba, miss hausa all wearing bikini. I have never seen a reasonable beauty show displaying cultural attires.
    Shameless people

    • Lol! See how they all look like statute/signboard. Only God knows where we are heading to. The good things we fail to imitate while it does not cost us anything to imitate the bad things of western world…

  2. Oh our forefathers wake up not to see this shameless acts being perpetrated by your descendants unless thy want to curse your fruits.I won’t be surprised if these girls will have to be serviced before they emerge the winner in subsequent event.hopeless people

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