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Being Attractive Depends On How You Carry Yourself, Not Nudity – Stella Damasus

Stella Damascus

Stella Damascus

Nollywood actress, Stella Damasus has come out to say that ladies do not have to appear nude or vulgar before they can be seen as sexy.

She revealed this on Instagram recently and it has sparked lots of reactions.

According to her, a woman can dress very well without exposing her body and still appear very attractive.

She added that it all depends on the way you carry yourself.

His words, “I will say it again. You don’t have to be nude or vulgar in your appearance to be SEXY. The way you carry yourself even in A pair of Jeans and a sweat shirt can make heads turn. Your confidence can be SEXY. Your smile can be SEXY,”

“Your voice can be SEXY. Even your eyes alone can make you SEXY. Don’t show it all or put everything out there to be called SEXY. You are enough dear. Photography by @izzybelleimages #stelladamasus #actor #wednesdaywisdom #wcw #dallas #nyc #Atlanta #speaker #producer #publisher #consultant.”

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Stella Damasus (born April 24, 1978) is a Nigerian actress and singer. She was nominated for Best Actress in a Leading Role at the Africa Movie Academy Awards in 2009. She won the Award for Best Actress at the Nigeria Entertainment Awards in 2007 In 2012 she won the award for Best Actress for the movie Two Brides and a Baby at the Golden Icons Academy Awards in Houston, Texas.

Stella Damasus was born in Benin City, Edo State in Nigeria. She has four sisters. She grew up in Benin City where she completed most of her primary education. At the age of 13, Stella moved to Asaba in Delta State with her family where she finished her secondary school education.

Damasus started her career as a singer in Lagos where she used to work as a studio session singer at the famous Klink Studios owned by filmmaker Kingsley Ogoro. There she honed her skills as singer and went on to do vocals for the top jingles on radio and TV in Nigeria at that time.

Damasus is a Theatre arts graduate of the University of Lagos. She first appeared in the Nigerian film Abused in 1992. Her claim to fame, however, was her second movie Breaking Point produced by Emem Isong and directed by Francis Agu where she shot into superstardom across Nigeria. She has gone on to star in over 70 movies.

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