FASHION AND MUSIC EXTRAVAGANZA AS NIGERIAN IDOL PREMIERES IN STYLE
November 27, was an unforgettable day at the Genesis Deluxe Cinema as fashion and music collided at the spectacular Season II movie style premiere of Nigeria’s biggest music reality show Nigerian Idol.
Celebrities and guests turned out in their best for the show providing an eye catching fashion show at the venue.
On the ladies side, Nigerian Idol judge Yinka Davies arrived in a cute little black dress and bright red stilettos wowing the audience with her toned legs. West African Idol runner up; Omawumi was on top of her game with her red mini gown showing paired off with blue studded pumps.
Actress Omoni Oboli channeled subtle sensuality with her flowered long dress. Singer, Waje strutted the blue carpet in a short red mono strap gown and her winning smile giving off her sexy long legs. First ever Nigerian Idol Yeka Onka was stunning in a double hued little black dress. While rap star Sasha did colour blocking glamour in a red see through blouse and green pants. Bibi, third runner up of Season I channeled Arabian chic in her black and white harem get up.
The men were not left out as Jeffrey Daniel was casually dressed in a simple T-shirt and pants with a bowler hat. Charly Boy on the other hand made a very dramatic entrance, dressed in his usual black on black leather strapped outfit and boots with black eye shadow smeared around his eyes and lips, he was also accompanied with two unusual scantily-clad female sidekicks dressed in weird looking ninja costumes.
West African Idol winner, Timi Dakolo was fitted in white ruffled shirt and black pants.
As the season premiere is concluded, all attention will be on to the upcoming TV debut on December 4. The show will run into 2012 and will end at a grand gala in April 2012 where the next Nigerian Idol will be announced.
Nigerian Idol is brought to you by Etisalat, in association with Pepsi, Sony and Tomtom. It is also supported by Air Nigeria as official airline, Kentucky Fried Chicken and Megalectrics, owners of Beat FM, Classic FM and Naija FM.