Nigerian Celebs really took out their fabness on the red carpet of the much-anticipated 'Love Like A Movie' concert. It was indeed a night out for the Nigerian Entertainment Industry as Celebs from all angle gave a representation of their best.
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Although, we were all in anticipation of Kim K's appearance at the event, the the American realty TV star seemed to have had an amazing less-than-a-minute time at the spot -deducing from what we gathered- leaving some people unsatisfied. But she stated she enjoyed her stay (at the show), she tweeted:
On this side, a not-too-happy Charles Novia expressed his disappointment at her 'very brief' feature at the concert:
"Also, the much awaited Kim Kardashian. She came in at the beginning of the show and spent just forty-five seconds or so on stage! That was all we saw of her. She introduced herself and asked the audience to prepare for a night they wouldn't forget and left. Shikena! She was even glum, as if it was a task to just be there at all! Now, I'm not a fan of the lady and I don't even watch her show but I could not understand why some ladies in the audience were screaming when she came on stage! Na wetin? Naija girls sabi overdo at times sef! Kai! One lady behind me screamed out ' I love you, Kim' as Kim walked off the stage. I turned to see who it was; an artificial looking lass with fake eyelashes. Na so dem dey take start!
To those of you who attended the concert, do you agree with Charles's review? Let's hear you.If you ask me, there was no need for Kim Kardashian at all in this concert. None whatsoever! Was she paid huge sums and flown here to just introduce Darey? It didn't make sense to many. My two cents on that would be that Darey's management knew they had a great show planned but needed the 'ooomph' factor to pull in more crowds. And Kim Kardashian was that factor, perhaps. Anyway, the show would go down in the history of concerts in Nigeria as the best. I mean it!"
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Photos Ref: maestromedia.blogspot.co.uk and afroentertainmentnews.co.uk