#GMB2017: Ghanaians are trolling the contestants who couldn’t do the ‘chew and pour’ well

Ghanaians on social media are on it again. This time, on the case the 2017 Ghana’s Most Beautiful (GMB) contestants. 

Yesterday, the 10 beautiful and elegant ladies from the respective regions chosen to compete for this year’s crown had their first performance.

READ: GMB 2017: Profile of 10 contestants [Photos]

Although the presentation of most the ladies were not without stage frights, Ghanaians, with their habitual trolling, have been silent with the excuse that the girls were virgins to such a platform with many in-studio and thousands of television audience.

Judges for the night, Oscar Provencal and Mrs Linda Ampah, rated the performance of the ladies ‘okay’ and pardoned them for the slight mistakes they made considering it was their first performance.
“It’s not easy being on the stage…but you’re in this competition to represent not only TV3 but to represent Ghana. You’re here to sell Ghana. You need to come along with something extra…we want the wow factor,” Mr Provencal told the ladies as he congratulated them.- Mr. Oscar Provencal said.
Mrs. Linda Ampah, who has been a judge at the competition since its first season, warned the ladies against ‘chew and pour’.
She noted that the slips the ladies suffered during their presentation was because they had not fully understood their respective scripts.
Being the first night, each of the contestants gave a history of their respective regions; bringing out how some of the towns got their names, notable tourism and cultural sites, key personalities and statesmen, the culture of the people and their food among others.

Ghana’s Most Beautiful has over the years gained popularity following the exhibition of cultural and moral values by the contestants during the show.

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