Ghana’s Female Representative at Big Brother Hotshot TV reality show M’am Bea Plans To Go Into Acting Career


11-683x1024Ghana’s Female Representative at Big Brother Hotshot TV reality show M’am Bea Plans To Go Into Acting Career, The Ghana’s representative at this year’s Big Brother Africa TV reality show, M’am Bea, has said she looks forward to becoming a movie actress in the near future. “It has always been my dream to act and the experience I gained in the Big Brother House has given me the necessary impetus to launch an acting career soon”, she told Graphic Showbiz in an interview on Tuesday.

M’am Bea, real name, Beatrice Maame Adwoa Boabeng Oppong, said that although she did not win the ultimate prize, she would not hesitate to take part in another such competition if she gets the opportunity..

“I’ve learnt so much from my time in the competition and it has taught me a lot. The activities we went through and the experience of meeting people of different backgrounds and cultures has been very valuable,” she told Showbiz.

M’am Bea who is a fashion designer revealed that she has a number of activities on her mind including a fashion show with former Big Brother representative, Elikem Kumordzie. “Elikem and I are in talks to put up a fashion show in Ghana. We haven’t decided on the details yet but as soon as we do, we will communicate that to Ghanaians,”she said.

M’am Bea expressed gratitude to Ghanaians for the support shown her during her time in the Big Brother House but admitted that she had no plans to relocate to Ghana until her various projects take off.

After 63 days of living in a confined house, Tanzania’s Idris emerged winner of this year’s Big Brother Africa (Hotshots) reality show beating seven other housemates JJ (Zimbabwe), Tayo (Nigeria), Butterphly (Zimbabwe),Macky2 (Zambia), Sipe (Malawi), Nhlanhla (South Africa) and Ghana’s M’am Bea to the title.

M’am Bea was the first female Ghanaian Big Brother representative to make it to the finals of the competition. She was selected with fellow South African based Ghanaian, Kacey Moore, to represent Ghana at this year’s edition of the competition.


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