TheNigerianVoice Online Radio Center

Hip Tv Reveals New Host For Celebrity Tv Show, ‘Trending’
....….Unveils Former Beauty Queen, Nancy Isime

By BHM GROUP
Click for Full Image Size

LAGOS | NIGERIA: JULY 31, 2015, Africa’s hottest urban culture channel, Hip TV has unveiled 2009 Miss Valentine International, Nancy Isime as the new host for its number one celebrity show, “Trending on Hip TV”.

The show which was formerly anchored by celebrity OAP, Toke Makinwa was created to review issues and topics trending on social media.

An elated Isime expressed her delight at the opportunity, describing it as a dream come true. She said, ‘I feel honoured to be a part of the Hip TV family and I appreciate the chance given me to host their flagship programme, Trending. It’s a great feeling and I am looking forward to the experience’

Speaking about the change in personnel, Wole Oyekan, Hip TV channel manager said, “

Nancy is amusing, alluring and engaging, she is guaranteed to make trending a unique programme with her boundless energy.

He further went on to say that;

Toke Makinwa did an amazing job with ‘Trending’ and she remains a great friend of the house. She is now busy with other projects and engagements, but the relationship she has with Hip TV is so cordial that you can be sure that she will collaborate with Hip TV on subsequent projects. We wish her great success in all her subsequent endeavours.”

Isime began her career as a model, winning the Miss Valentine International pageant in 2009. She has since appeared in TV series including Echoes, Haven and music video from celebrity acts like 2Face's Ihaneme, Solid Star's Omotena.

Hip TV is an urban contemporary music and lifestyle channel, with over 26 exciting programmes that cuts across almost any topic under music, entertainment and lifestyle. It was borne out of the need to create rich compelling contents for the youth audience. The channel is known and respected for entertainment news, incisive and exclusive interviews, red carpet moments amongst others.


We Are Not Created To Fear Our Future But To Shape It
By: Jackson O. Uzodinma,