The Nigerian celebrities are all looking super excited and stylish in their outfit as they attended the popular American movie titled "Coming to America 2". The first season of the movie was produced a long time ago when most of these celebrities are adolescents. One of the Nigerian music artists known as David Adeleke was also featured in season two of the movie.
Some of the big brother reality show ex-housemates were seen in their best outfit representing a particular culture or people. Here are some of the reality stars that attended the movie premiere.
1. Ceec is a lawyer and also a controversial housemate in the season 3 edition of the reality show. She looks so beautiful in this Nubian outfit.
2. Mercy Eke was the winner of the big brother season 4 edition. She looks so beautiful in her costume.
3. Nengi was looking so adorable in her outfit to the movie premiere. She was one of the 5 finalists in the season 5 reality show.
Kim Oprah was seen looking so gorgeous and elegant in her tuxedo.
4. Prince and Frodd also stand out as they represent Africa culture with their nice costume.
Some of the Nollywood actresses were dressed in their nicest outfit as seen below:
Even though most people condemned the idea of celebrating the movie that wasn't acted in Nigeria and produced by them. Nigerian celebrities still feel so happy for their foreign colleagues. Who do you think rocked the best outfit to the premiere?
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