And right here we now have them, the winners amongst the Dreamers of 2018! Audiences had been handled to an exquisite night time of status, glamour, and superb performances because the Dare 2 Dream Season 5 winners had been crowned on the grand finale occasion which held not too long ago at Terra Kulture in Victoria Island, Lagos.
The initiative, sponsored by foremost PZ Cussons manufacturers, Imperial Leather-based and Canoe, had in attendance at its grand finale, the largest names in the leisure and style business resembling Kate Henshaw, Kelechi Amadi-Obi, Bovi, Samantha Walsh, Denola Gray, and lots of others. The adjudging panel was additionally not quick on star-power because it comprised celebrities resembling foremost clothier, Mai Atafo; multi-award profitable Nollywood actress, Dakore Akande; Promoting guru, Steve Babaeko; and the eccentric Denrele Edun. Additionally not leaving out sensational pop singer, Ric Hassani, who wowed the viewers along with his reside efficiency.
The much-anticipated Grand Finale was the fruits of a collection of actions and occasions which have seen the emergence of skills in the areas of Modelling, Performing Arts, and Vogue Design from throughout the nation. All of the contestants in this yr’s version had been pooled from 5 universities, particularly: College of Jos, College of Port Harcourt, College of Benin, College of Lagos, and College of Calabar. Every College had two finalists who made it into the Dare 2 Dream Bootcamp the place the contestant had been groomed and put via collection of exams earlier than the finale, the place the eventual winners can be chosen.
After an evening of spectacular expertise showcase, the winners emerged – Emmanuella Alile, representing the College of Lagos, emerged because the winner of the Performing Arts class, whereas Olamide Olawaiye, representing the College of Benin, emerged because the winner of the Modelling class. The spotlight of the night time was that of the Vogue Design class which was keenly contested. After a fairly tense second main up to the announcement, Yahaya Taofiq, representing the College of Lagos, was named winner of the Vogue Design class and Master of Style 2018.
Every winner walked away with a prize cash of N500, 000 whereas the Masters of Style winner, Yahaya, additionally received – in addition to the money prize – a paid internship with a high clothier in addition to a chance to showcase his designs at a significant style present in Nigeria.
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