WÂ ell, it is no longer news that she has emerged the iyalode of Nollywood industry; she swept it like a hurricane known as â€˜Hurricane Moâ€™, especially with her last movie, The Wedding Party, the part two of which we are all patiently waiting for.
Mo Abuduâ€™s personal presentation does not only end in the aggressive display of her creative engine room, but also goes on to her personal style, which is as exotic as captivating.
When it comes to her fashion presentation, even though she is obviously a label lover, she definitely knows how to work her pieces together; call her a fashionista, you will not be far from the truth. She is tough and you canâ€™t take the shine off her.
It was all bright and flashing lights at the Ebony Life TV and Film Festival at the Filmhouse IMAX Cinema, Lekki. Recently, the Queen of Nigerian TV and Film, Mo Abudu, who has been on a one-woman mission to redefine the TV and film space in Nigeria, stunned in a black dress as she received superstars, including Mavin boss, Don Jazzy and Mavin first lady, Tiwa Savage. The film festival was a double celebration with Ebonylife TV on its fourth year anniversary.
Omotola Jalade-Ekeinde, Joke Silva, Dakore Egbuson, Ireti Doyle and a host of A-list celebrities graced the red carpet as invited guests were treated to the new season premiere of hit TV series like On The Real and Sons of the Caliphate.
The 2015 blockbuster movie Fifty also hit TV screens with the season premiere of Fifty: The Series. The atmosphere was electric and the scene picturesque as guests turned out in their numbers for a night of world class entertainment while enjoying some of the best of food and drink in the land. Amid the glitz and glamour of the camera flashes, EbonyLife TV is sending a strong message not only to Nigeria but to the world as a whole that Nigerian entertainment is the new cool.