African Ancestry, African women, Arik Air, Dreamz 2 Dinero, Embassy of Botswana, Hope Sullivan Masters, Kimberly Brown, King Peggy, Miss Africa USA, Miss Black Alabama, Miss Cross Rivers State, Miss Ethiopia
This post sets the stage for a 2nd post on the Miss Africa Contestants, so read part II tomorrow to see who was crowned the queen. There was alot going on while the contestants were changing costumes, I cover that below.
My attendance at Saturday’s Miss Africa USA was a $30 incredibly well spent (and not just because it took 6 hours to crown a queen). It was my first attendance at a major African cultural event since my very first post on the Liberian Entertainment Awards. I not only got to see attractive African women on stage and in the audience (and a female Ghanaian King), I was treated to a concert, spoken word poetry, a fashion show, and dance. Many of the contestants were oozing with Continue reading
I have no idea what to expect for this, but I’ll be sure to attend the Miss Africa USA pageant at the Fillmore in Silver Spring on June 29. Does anyone have an idea as to who the celebrity judges might be?
I always encourage guest posts, if one of you pageant contestants wants to reach out to me, feel free to do so!
FYI, I’ll be taking a break from blogging this weekend, but should resume early next week.