Sultry actress Yvonne Nelson has said she has the hottest pair of legs in Ghana’s creative industry and that she actually wants an insurance company to insure them.
“I have the hottest legs in the industry right now. I don’t know, maybe I have to get my legs insured.
But on a serious note, it is cool to look nice so I don’t play around when I am stepping out.
“I take it simple, I don’t try too hard and yeah you have to get it right. I play with colours and always try to dress my age.
I mean I don’t get it when young people are trying to look like they are old. If I have to wear a classy thing or something, I do but at the end of the day, I dress my age.
I always play with stuff; don’t always copy things you see in magazines just wear things that flatter your body,” Yvonne told Glitz Africa Magazine. The actress certainly has good looks but it is not clear what the definition of ‘hot’ legs is.
The actress also made some rather sensitive comments during her interview with Glitz and one could only hope and pray she does not suffer another ban from the Film and Producers Association of Ghana (FiPAG).
In explaining her journey in the showbiz industry, this was what Yvonne said: “It has been a learning process. The industry is not a fair one, I would say. There is a lot of backbiting and frankly I don’t even understand why people hate or backbite.
I believe that you can never be me and I can never be you; if the role is yours it is yours and producers are aware of which actress fits a particular role.
I think we all have to work on the industry because we are trying to build the industry and all the hating is killing it. I appreciate the fact that people love what I do and the fact that they can differentiate your true self from who you are on the screen”.
She continued: “I am not too sure about the future of Ghalywood because like I said earlier, if we are going to hate people and take actions such as banning people just because the person spoke their mind…I don’t know. We need to stop all these things; it’s uncalled for; it’s unnecessary.”
Yvonne holds a degree in Human Resource Management from the Central University College. At 19, she contested the Miss Ghana pageant. Her first acting role was in the TV series ‘Fortune Island’ but her breakthrough came with the movie, ‘Princess Tyra’.
Via: News One