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15-Jan-2010  
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Audio Attachment:Listen to the interview between Chris and Kwasi Aboagye host of Peace FM's "Entertainment Review" on Thursday 14th January 2010
 


 
Christopher Seweh aka JJ Rawlings
 
 
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Christopher Seweh who mimicked formal President and founder of the ruling National Democratic Congress (NDC) party JJ Rawlings during the maiden edition of the “Just like You” competition on TV Africa, has disclosed that popular actress Irene Opare hates him.

Christopher said this yesterday Thursday January 15 on Peace FM’s “Entertainment Review” program, during an interview after he was adjudged ultimate winner of the show on Sunday. According to Chris he doesn’t see face to face with Irene Opare who was one of the resident judges alongside actor Fred Amugi and guest judges Fred Kyei Mensah and Carlos Sekyi.

“There is no good morning between us. Anytime she sees my face she calls me a rebel, because am always quiet, but when she speaks against me, it is always in me but automatically you see my reaction that am angry, so when I am expressing myself I don’t come out in a mild way. Trust me Irene herself is afraid of me” Chris stated.
Chris said he saw that if Irene Opare had her own way she would have evicted him from the competition.

“I told myself that Irene Opare can send me home, so when I’m coming on stage I tell myself that take off your mind from that woman and prove to her that you can do it. So if I came on stage, my performance would make her open her mouth wide and she would be looking at me in shock. So you see I stole her mind away and at the end of it she told me “you are lucky”. She was always surprised at what I do on stage”.

Chris Rawlings however admitted that Irene’s critical eye on him, urged him on to work hard which helped him to become the eventual winner. For his prize Chris took home GH¢1,500, a week cruise package on the Nile in Egypt, a weekend for two at the Coconut Grove Regency Hotel, a TV set, DVD player and a refrigerator Charles Dankwa who played Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo came second and took home GH¢1,000, a weekend for two at Coconut Grove Regency Hotel, a TV set and a DVD player.

Richmond Anaman took the third place for acting just like formal President J.A Kufuor. He received GH¢500, a TV Set and a DVD player Paul Quarcoo who imitated President J.E.A Mills, Dr Kwaku Moses who acted like the late Dan Lartey and Kwasi Pratt and Kwame Anokye who imitated Daddy Lumba (DL) took the fourth to sixth position, respectively.

Audition for season two of “Just Like You” comes off in March this year in Accra, Kumasi and Takoradi. The program was sponsored by Baron Distilleries, Mama Lit restaurant and Emmaco Fashions.
 
 
 
Source: Eugene Osafo-Nkansah/peacefmonline.com
 
 

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