This year’s Grammy Awards, which comes off on Sunday, February 10, at the Staples Centre in Los Angeles and Ghanaian talk show host, Nana Churcher, will do live interview sessions with Grammy nominees, Hollywood celebrities and other important personalities.
The interviews are part of a special edition of her popular television talk programme, The Nana Churcher Show.
Nana Churcher told the Daily Graphic, “Last year, I hosted the Nana Lounge during the Grammys and it was a huge success.
“This event will serve as a pre-Grammy party and also offer various brands the opportunity to interact with celebrities, bookers producers, editors, bloggers and writers”.
She explained that the event was in support of Ghana’s Year of Return project which intends to get millions of people of African descent in the diaspora back to their African roots.
The invitation-only event will be produced by Los Angeles based celebrity publicist and event planner, Ericalane Brown, with support from event organiser, Ajani Negasi of AH’NEGASI Network.
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