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Meet MBGN Universe 2015: All the Scoop on the Gorgeous Debbie Collins

Adesola Ade-Unuigbe

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We are still pretty excited about the MBGN 2015 and a few weeks ago we brought you all the scoop on the reigning MBGN World 2015, Unoaku Anyadike.

Now we are bringing you all the scoop on the MBGN Universe 2015, Debbie Collins.

During the Silverbird Most Beautiful Girl in Nigeria show there was a lot of love on social media for Debbie Collins and it came as no surprise that she also won the Miss Charismatic award that night as even the judges loved her.

Debbie Collins (2)

Debbie Collins represented Ebonyi State during the competition and she was one of the ladies that stood out all night.

Here are some of the things we’ve learnt about Debbie Collins in the past couple of weeks

Debbie Collins (1)

  • She is 23
  • Omo Pastor! Her parents are both pastors
  • Maya Angelou is her role model.
  • She writes and has an online blog called Sainted Rose. (Check it out here)
  • She is the second daughter of four children – 3 girls and 1 boy (and her elder sister is her best friend).Debbie and Sis
  • Her favourite meal is Spaghetti bolognese…
  • She has a Bachelor’s Degree in Business and Information System from Tshwane University of Technology, Pretoria, South Africa
  • She lived in South Africa from age 13 until after university and was a model while in school Debbie Collins MBGN Model
  • …and she’s just like us – she has a crush on Idris Elba!
  • She’s #TeamNatural

 

#TeamNatural

#TeamNatural

 

  • Her star sign is Aries, having been born on the 15th of April.
  • Her style is Africana Chic – check out these recent looks

Debbie Collins MBGN 1 Debbie Collins MBGN 2

  • She loves to inspire people even if it is “in a little smile, or a word of encouragement; every effort definitely yields a positive result.”
  • Debbie also has a heart of gold and in her spare time she works with children in a home for sick children.

Miss Ebonyi

  • She loves fashion and recently attended the Heineken Lagos Fashion & Design Week
Debbie at LFDW

At Heineken LFDW with Miss Kano (MBGN) and MBGN World 2015

  • She’s a Lauryn Hill fan and was excited to attend the Lauryn Hill Live in Lagos event
All dressed up for the Lauryn Hill Live in Lagos concert

All dressed up for the Lauryn Hill Live in Lagos concert

  • She actually very into music and recently revealed she’d listen to Soul music, Country music and Rhythm and Blues
  • She has a woman crush on Meagan Good
  • She was roommates and is now besties with MBGN World Unoaku Anyadike at the 2015 MBGN CampDebbie and Unoaku
  • If she were President, she’d “put laws into place that protects this great country and Her people from exploitation and abuse, in any and every form. I believe that a country is only as strong as its people, the elderly and aged would receive major attention because we need their experience and wisdom, hence I would try to ensure that they receive their deserved pensions on time and without hindrance. The rights of women and children are also very important aspects I would look into.”

Adesola is a BellaNaija editor and Voltron. Yes, things are that serious for her when it comes to BellaNaija.com.She's a lover of gist, novels, music and food. She's constantly trying not to take life for granted. She spends most of her time either keeping up with the world on the Internet or sharing some acquired knowledge about digital media.To communicate with her directly, you can hit her up on: Instagram - @adesola.au Twitter - @ThisConnectd

17 Comments

  1. didi

    November 3, 2015 at 3:50 pm

    Yawn!!

  2. Toes

    November 3, 2015 at 3:58 pm

    Yeah she pretty and charismatic alright. Spaghetti bolognaise though? Aight? rice and ice cream is mine

  3. KK

    November 3, 2015 at 4:04 pm

    BN, you missed to add her state of origin, educational background, and other basic things we should know about her

  4. Tosh

    November 3, 2015 at 4:17 pm

    Senior sister ?
    Elder sister ******
    Whoever writes these stories, please proof read.

  5. Bey

    November 3, 2015 at 4:31 pm

    Pretty girl, please beware of flavour. You’re his speck……and pls turn down any offer to appear in any of his video. That is how it starts……

    • kate

      November 3, 2015 at 4:50 pm

      hahahahahahahahahahahahah. so true. how those girls wasted their talent and degree for ……

    • jj

      November 3, 2015 at 4:53 pm

      You mean “waisted”.. Lol

    • Idomagirl

      November 4, 2015 at 12:56 am

      ??? make una no kill person.

    • kehinde

      November 18, 2015 at 4:50 pm

      lol flavor don become predator

  6. Christian Sister

    November 3, 2015 at 4:44 pm

    Yeah bn her state of origin, age and the likes nko?
    Anyways, If you watched the event live, you would have seen there were tons of girls that were more striking in looks, and walks, and poise, and all of that so yeah it was a bit surprising she made it that far. I kept praying and hoping that we would not have another white queen and alas God gave us another melanin beauty. But on the good side, she did answer her question intelligently and for that, that’s a big YES.
    Now to the mago mago MBGN people, please what are the criterias for making top 15? Cause I was amazed at some girls that were chosen, and those that weren’t chosen. And the worst of the worst is how do you choose top 15, and immediately just choose top 5 from there without asking them some questions, or asking them to perform some tasks or what have you to determine the best 5 from the bunch? Look at that Miss Edo that spoke like she had hot yam in her mouth, she wouldn’t have made it that far if from the onset we knew. Miss Akwaibom, Miss Yobe, and some other well deserved sitsers got cheated out because of a process that’s not transparent enough. MBGN you guys need to step it up biko.

    • Vanessa

      November 3, 2015 at 5:59 pm

      My dear, I angered my family that day by putting this show on. We were all rooting for miss akwa ibom because of all the 37 contestants, she was the only one that didn’t seem like she’d trip and fall off the stage. Her catwalk was perfect. When she no enter top 15, my brothers just went into their rooms. It was the next day they asked me who won. My sister also noticed that miss Anambra was called as the first name into the top 15, and was also the first name in top 5, it could be a coincidence though. Overall, the show was bad and the stage was aweful.

    • Dysfunctional impartiality/reverse partiality.

      November 3, 2015 at 7:03 pm

      @Christian sister, and @Vanessa, I didn’t watch the show but when the photos were first posted on BN, I thought Miss Akwa Ibom was the prettiest and based on the photos alone, she was the winner in my view. I was very surprised she didn’t make it in the top three (forget top fifteen) and again, based on looks/photos alone, I didn’t understand what those I saw in the top three have over her.

      I couldn’t help remembering the Miss World competition, there was a period when it seemed it was guaranteed the host country’s representative always won and even crowned successors from own their countries and on their own turf (especially from UK, USA, and later China). Akwa Ibom won last year; also, Cross River hosted this year and it seems some sort of twisted reverse psychology took over the organisers/judges. Did the fact that Cross River hosted (and the intense rivalry between the two states, just as is the case between some other states in Nigeria which were once one state) decide the inexplicable exclusion of Miss Akwa Ibom from the top, or at the very least, top three position?

      Like I said, I didn’t watch the actual show but something else I wondered about from the photos posted on BN, it seemed practically all the contestants from the northern states had southern names, and also looked like southerners; looks may be deceptive but even the names, especially from core northern states, not even middle belt, were clearly southern i.e. south-east or south-west or south-south. I don’t understand the need for this. If the culture or current socio-political or religious situation does not allow for girls who are truly indigenes of those states to contest, then so let it be. Let your competition have integrity. Furthermore, respect the wishes of the people/states and do not do things in their name that they do not want to do/be seen as part of/approving. Even further, doesn’t that mean that some states actually get to have double, triple, etc entries and representation when their indigenes are allowed to enter and chosen as winners representing northern/other states? Where’s the integrity and fairness in that?

    • Nuna

      November 3, 2015 at 7:40 pm

      I hope you know that it’s the people who buy forms and actually come for the screening that get to contest. If nobody from the north comes to contest for MBGN because of religious affiliation, please don’t blame others who do. I dunno how many times this will be cleared on here

  7. Sylvia

    November 3, 2015 at 11:22 pm

    @Nuna, I think what dysfunctional impartiality is trying to say is MBGN needs to have regional selections just as is done in the USA, where girls represent their different states at the Miss USA after winning their state pageants. It doesn’t have to be a pageant so to say, a casting would suffice, say Miss Lagos casting. But as far as I’m concerned, it should be based on place of birth as is in the USA. Because there’s no point of a Kaduna girl who was born and lived all her life in let’s say IMO state representing Kaduna state that she probably knows nothing about.

    • AtL's finest

      November 4, 2015 at 4:31 am

      @ Sylvia thank U for u have spoken my mind. I don’t get it & how they roll in Nigerian.. I mean Ms Ebonyi practically grew up in SA since she was 13yrs old until after entire life she returned home & now contesting for Ms. Ebonyi smh only in Nigeria. Like u said, they need to have it done like they do it here in the States.

  8. dayo

    November 4, 2015 at 1:26 am

    …the “elderly and aged” are these her own words or is there a God somewhere that is warning us why this MBGN should not be allowed to hold any type of Public Office, if “we” love ourselves! Too much make-up, straight and over-relaxed hair, pudgy cheeks, and desperately trying to show where [my] thighs meet, does not make the most beautiful girl in Nigeria…THE MOST BEAUTIFUL GIRL!!! The most beautiful girl in Nigeria will only be seen and recognized when we stop dis our collective self-hate campaign…

  9. OmaOma

    November 4, 2015 at 2:07 am

    Honestly, I stopped watching MGBN or Miss Nigeria yeaersssssssssss ago, I just felt they weren’t transparent enough. ……

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