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Nigerian Stars Shine at ‘Bridgerton’ Season 3 Premiere in Johannesburg

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The highly anticipated premiere of the third season of the Netflix love series, “Bridgerton,” has commenced in the heart of Johannesburg, South Africa. Nigerian celebrities have graced the event, captivating onlookers with exquisite regency-inspired attire.

Embracing the dress code of “Regency Era Splendor: Into The Spotlight,” Nigerian stars have dazzled with their fashion choices. Sharon Ooja exudes sophistication in a purple gown adorned with diamonds, while Emmanuel Taymesan commands attention in a finely tailored suit reminiscent of a duke.

Adding to the glamour of the premiere is our beloved comedic talent, Kie Kie, who is serving as the red-carpet host. She captivates in a ball gown paired with elegant jewellery, embodying regal elegance.

Amidst the excitement, Bridgerton’s latest season unfolds the enchanting love story between Colin Bridgerton and Penelope Featherington.

Witness all the stunning and graceful ensembles from the premiere below: 

SOURCE: BELLA NAIJA

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