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Heavily pregnant Stephanie Linus premieres Dry


–  Genevieve, Rita chaperon galaxy of stars and socialites

HEAVILY pregnant star actress, Stephanie Linus – who will deliver her bundle of joy in a matter of weeks – was lucky to have a galaxy of stars and a glittering band of socialites  at the premiere of her movie, Dry, on Sunday, August 2, 2015, at Silverbird Galleria, Victoria Island (Lagos).

Parading her big bump, accompanied by her handsome husband, Idahosa Linus, the award winning thespian bloomed with joy as she mixed and mingled with actors, actresses, producers and directors and those who keep the social scene whirling, enjoying all the attention.

She was looking radiant as she glowed in her black evening number.  Looking well rounded and a picture of health, Stephanie was lucky to have many of her colleagues  along with a scores of friends  at the premiere.

Genevieve Nnaji couldn’t do any wrong.  The star actress’ monochrome two piece number had our heart fluttering.

Rita Dominic’s baby pink pant suit was as wonderful as it was mesmerizing.  The leading lady’s all-pink ensemble brought warmth to our bosom.

Data Okorodudu, designer and reserved socialite, radiated warmth and confidence in her light blue dress.  Her multi-colour shoes and beige bag gave her a stamp of class.

Ndidi Obioha, events organizer and socialite, won applause in a print floor sweeping dress dominated by black at the side.  The colourful motifs elevated the dress.

Nkiru Anumudu’s pink ‘hanger’ Moschino bag was an eye-catcher.  In printed top reaching her knee and black trousers, the fashionista (said not to repeat any dress) had many clapping endlessly.

Sola Sobowale, actress now based in the United Kingdom, was picture perfect in yellow and blue polka dot piece which caressed the ground.

Mo Abudu’s luminous black dress with green and orange motifs flickered to our delight.

Inem Peter’s body caressing tog saw many eyes following her.

Tara Fela Durotoye’s red lace pant suit suited her so well.

The men were also well represented as Zik Zulu Okafor (in multi-colour jacket), Patrick Doyle (in pink buba and sokoto) and many more put their best feet forward.

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