A woman's wedding gown is one of the most carefully thought out things when planning a wedding. It is a special day for women whose dream is to look stunning on their wedding day.
In today's article, these big brother Naija and Nollywood stars are single but on different occasions made us believe they are about getting married with their wedding photos. Not only did they make us believe they were about getting married with their wedding pictures, but they also showed us how they rocked and looked stunning on it.
1) Nengi Hampson: 3rd runner up of the bbnaija lockdown season, 2020 looked like she's about to walk the aisle in this beautiful turtle-like off-shoulder wedding gown.Nengi adorned her wedding looks with a ring that can be seen on her left finger meant for receiving wedding rings.
2) Eve Esin: Nigerian celebrity actress popularly known for her powerful role in the movie "Oshimiri" looked stunning in this wedding gown and made us believe she was about to wed Chijioke Nneji, her lovely fiance whom she is engaged to.
3) Moyo Lawal: Nollywood celebrity actress wore a contemporary wedding gown and looked dashing on it. She made us believe that she is no longer "single" by wearing an immaculate and carefully designed wedding gown.
4) Tokunbo Idowu: Bbnaija star popularly known as Tboss for short had us believing she was getting married. She finally cleared our doubts when she announced that it was just a fake photoshoot that she made because she wanted to know how it feels like wearing a wedding gown.
Between the 4 celebrities, who rocked it better?Credit: Instagram/Nengi
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