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Ghanaian Hip life sensation Eazzy after hosting the 14th Edition of the Vodafone Ghana Music Awards (VGMAs) has been termed one of the best hosts the event has had since its establishment.

The ‘Go go Wind’ singer, who is known in real life as Mildred Ashong, co-hosted the music festival with broadcaster and fashion designer Kofi Okyere Darko (KOD).

Her spectacular performance as host of the event gained her several nods from some key players in the industry.

Speaking on Etv’s Talk Showbiz Show, Bull Dog, Chief Executive of Bull Haus Entertainment said never expected Eazzy to co-host the VGMAs as professionally as she did. Surprisingly, host of the show Flexy and other panellists endorsed her performance stating that compared to KOD, Eazzy did very well.

“I was very surprised at her performance. For a first timer, Eazzy performed very well. I think she should take up event hosting as a profession aside her music,” Flexy stated.

After popular actor Lil Win introduced KOD as MC for the 14th edition of the VGMAs, the radio presenter picked Eazzy from the crowd as if she had not been informed about it but the move was a well-orchestrated one.

Eazzy jumped on the stage and gave audience a smooth ride till the end of the event. One would have expected a few goofs, shakes or unnecessary comments from her but Eazzy took total control of the stage and delivered right on point.

Unfortunately, the ‘one girl’ hit maker was not nominated in any of the categories at this year’s VGMAs but her fans were not in any way disappointed in her performance on stage.
Source: News-One

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