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Andrea Meza Also Miss Mexico Has Been Crowned Miss Universe 2021

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Miss Mexico Andrea Meza is crowned Miss Universe 2021 onstage at the Miss Universe 2021 Pageant at Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino on May 16, 2021 in Hollywood, Florida.

Sunday night marked the Miss Universe competition’s return to television after the pageant was cancelled in 2020 for the first time due to the coronavirus pandemic.

Andrea Meza, 26, finished first ahead of the Brazilian and Peruvian finalists in a flashy televised event, hosted by American actor Mario Lopez and television personality Olivia Culpo.

Former Miss Universe contestants Cheslie Kryst, Paulina Vega and Demi-Leigh Tebow (who won the title in 2017) served as competition analysts and commentators, and a panel of eight women determined the winner.

Dressed in a sparkling red evening gown, Meza tearfully walked the catwalk as Miss Universe for the first time, before rushing back for a group hug with the other competitors

Out of the 70 contestants from around the globe, she came out victorious in the 69th instalment of Miss Universe, which was held at the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino in Hollywood, Florida.

In the days leading up to the final competition, Miss Myanmar Thuzar Wint Lwin, who made the top 21, made waves when she used her time in the spotlight to bring attention to the coup in her country.

Our people are dying and being shot by the military every day,” she said during her biographical video, which showed photos of her taking part in the anti-coup protests. “Therefore I would like to urge everyone to speak out about Myanmar.”

She also won the award for best national costume: during that competition segment on Thursday, she wore an outfit beaded in traditional Burmese patterns and held up a sign that said, “Pray for Myanmar.”

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Gulder Ultimate Search 2021 Unveiled Toke Makinwa unveiled as anchor (Video)

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Toke Makinwa (OAP)

Viral video logger and top-notch Rhythm 93.7 Nigerian Radio presenter, Toke Makinwa has been unveiled as the anchor for the 2021 Gulder Ultimate Search edition.

WHO IS TOKE MAKINWA?

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Toke Makinwa was born on 3 November 1984, Toke Makinwa is a Nigerian radio personality, video logger, lifestyle entrepreneur and author.Toke is known for hosting The Morning Drive on Rhythm 93.7 FM and for her YouTube video log series Toke Moments. Toke Makinwa released her book titled Becoming in November 2016. She is one of the top 5 African female show hosts.

AWARDS OF TOKE MAKINWA?

At 2013 she won Outstanding Female Presenter of the Year under Nigerian Broadcasters Award.

At 2017 Toke Makinwa won duo award, Style Influencer of the Year under Glitz Awards and thereafter won Most Influential Young Nigerian in Media under Avance Media.

At 2018 Toke Makinwa won 100 Most Influential Young Africans under African Youth Award.

At 2021 Toke Makinwa grab Most Searched Media Personality under Honours.

Credits to Wikipedia.

Gulder Ultimate Search 2021 Edition unveiled her after the show announced its return after years of break, with a revamped theme for this year’s edition theme ‘The Age of Craftmanship.’

Taking her excitement to social media Toke Makinwa shared a video confirming the video logger as the anchor for this year’s Gulder Ultimate Search show, Toke Makinwa wrote the following;

Check on my haters … TM season is fully on and activated. See you at GUS.”

Below is the unveiling video of Toke Makinwa in the 2021 Gulder Ultimate Search edition.

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“I’m Honoured to have Shared Stage with Davido Nd Flavour” – Tystringz

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Oretayo Fatokun goes as Tystringz has recounted that sharing the stage with two of Nigeria’s biggest entertainers, Davido and Flavour is a great honour to him. This feature comes within his first year as a professional musician.

Following the success of his debut single, Shalaye, the Texas, United States-based singer got a rare opportunity to open for the two acts at separate gigs in his city. Tystringz has continued to impress with his music, using it as a tool to connect with a vast multi-racial audience in the United States and beyond.

Speaking about the experience, he made known that, “I have been opportune to have opened for artists such as Davido and flavour the same year as my debut. They were both great opportunities for me and also because both of these happened a couple of months into my debut this year, I see it as an awesome opportunity from a fledgling experience for me. To share the stage with such artists of such experiences was definitely an inundating and overwhelming experience. I hope to continue to get more opportunities and continue showcasing my music to the world.”

The singer is riding on the wave of his exciting debut song, Shalaye which has been earning rave reviews. According to Tystringz, Shalaye is a song that took a long time to come. He explains, it is “a song I wrote with a melody that has resonated in my mind for a long but I never wrote any song in the past to portray it.

So during the lockdown in 2020, I decided to pick my guitar up like I have done several times over the years. I created a fusion of music, lyrics and sounds to express a period of time that I have felt in love, happy, free and blending all of that emotion with my music eclecticism and versatility.”

From his formative years, the singer has been shaped by different cultures. Born by a father who hails from Oyo State and an Ebira mother from Kogi, Tystringz grew up in Sango-Otta, Ogun State.

He began his Primary education at King Solomon Academy, Sango-Ota, a school owned by his Grandparents. After, he proceeded to Ambassadors College and later went to study Computer Science at Covenant University, Otta where he obtained a Bachelor’s Degree in 2013. Still motivated, he went to pursue his Masters Degree in Computer Science at Loyola University Chicago in 2015 and graduated in May 2016.

Tystringz who describes his music as Afrofusion also reveals plans for next year to drop his first body of work, an EP that represents his Afrofusion ambitions. Among his favourite dream collaborations are Tems, Show Dem Camp, Zinolesky, Wizkid.

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“Everything Buhari Touches” – Reno Omokri React to the Defeat of Anthony Joshua

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Anthony Joshua flaunt Belt with President Buhari

Reno Omokri has reacted to Nigerian boxer, Anthony Joshua losing his championship belts to Oleksandr Usyk in a fight that took place at London, the United Kingdom on Saturday night, September 25.

The undefeated Ukrainian, Oleksandr Usyk broke the odds that were largely in Anthony Joshua’s favour and took over Joshua’s IBF, WBO and WBA heavyweight titles.

Reacting to this development, Reno Omokri former Assistant to President Goodluck Jonathan posted a photo of Anthony Joshua with his heavyweight belts posing beside President Buhari in January 2020 and wrote;

”Everything Buhari touches…!”

Recall that somewhere around January 2020 Anthony Joshua paid a visit to President Buhari where he flaunt his title-ship belt with him.

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