Come May 14th 2022, stars will be gathered to see who emerge winner for different categories for AMVCA 2022.
This year award has 33 categories, viewers voted on 12 categories while the awards jury chaired by Victor Okhai Chose 21. And for the year, best soundtracks award will get 1 million naira as gift.
Stars have been canvassing for votes on social media from their fans and well wishers.
According to the organisers, it is going to be an 8-day schedule of activities before the main award night. City People’s BIODUN ALAO brings you actresses who made it to the nomination this year.
Funke Akindele is one of the leading ladies in the movie industry. She is presently rated one of the outstanding filmmakers in the industry.
She emerged the only female with 9 nominations for AMVCA this year.
Her personal movie “Omoghetto The Saga”, which was star studded bagged lots of nomination, while her television series “My Sibling & I” was not left out as well.
She also bagged “Best Actress In A Comdey” nomination.
Funke has won this particular category back to back in the last 3 years and many are sure, she might be going home with the same award this year besides other categories.
Bimbo Ademoye is the true definition of beauty and brain within few years in the movie industry, this multi-talented actress has continued to impress her fans beyond expectation. She is so creative that she interpretes every role so perfectly. She is one of the young exceptional talents in the industry.
Fans were not surprised when her name popped up for Best Actress in a comedy category.
Besides her acting talents, Bimbo is blessed with a unique sense of humour, even when she is not acting, she always put smiles on her fan’s faces through her different posts on Instagram.
Bisola Aiyeola is another multi-talented actress cum musician in the industry. The world got to see more or her God given talent after, she took part in the BB Naija Reality Television Show. She has never relented in showcasing what she has. Remember she won AMVCA traiblazer after the show, and she has been featuring in blockbuster movies back to back.
This year’s AMVCA, this brilliant mother of one bagged three nominations making her the highest nominated female star in three different categories and three different movies.
She was nominated for Best Actress in a comedy category, Support Actress Category and Best Actress category.
Nancy Isime is nominated for Best Actress in a comedy and Best Actress in a drama, making her one of the females with more than one nominations for this year’s AMVCA. Having evolved as one of the most sought after stars in the industry.
From modelling to being a television host and now entangled with acting, she has continued to work tiredlessly to remain at the very top of her career and winning in all ways.
The multiple award winning super star, Mercy Johnson Okojie also made it to the AMVCA 2022 nomination. She was nominated in the Supporting Actress category with her exceptional role interpretation in the movie “The New Normal”.
Chioma Chukwuka Akpotha bagged Best Supporting Actress nomination for her exceptional role interpretation in Funke Akindele’s movie “Omoghetto The Saga”, she played the role of Chummy Choko in the movie, a member of Lefty’s (Funke) gang.
A role she killed and the producer couldn’t stop singing her praises for the perfect interpretation of her character in the movie.
The very delectable Omowunmi Dada also bagged Best Supporting Actress nomination for her role in the movie titled “Country Hard”. Omowunmi has become a force to reckon with in the industry. Featuring in blockbuster movies back to back.
Kehinde Bankole’s role in the movie “Dear Affy” bagged her a nomination in the Best Actress in a drama or television series. She is currently rated one of the top in the industry and highest paid. She leaves no stone unturned when it comes to interpreting roles in movies. She does it passionately, no wonder producers are always more than willing to part away with anything, just for her to feature in their movies.
She is multi-talented and very versatile, so her nomination to many is just a result of her hard work in the industry.
Osas Ighodaro’s role in the multiple award winning movie titled “Rattle Snake” is one of the most talked about till date. She also bagged nomination for Best Actress category for her role in “Rattle Snake”.
Osas is very talented and creative, and this has made love her more than she can ever imagined.
Sarah Hassan is a radiant Kenyan actress who is extremely pretty and very talented. The former Tahidi high actor and fashionista is everything from acting to screen writing and modelling. She bagged Best Actress in comedy nomination for the movie titled “Just In Time”.
Mumbi Maina is another super star from Kenya. She became an household name through the award winning NTV Show Mali (2011-2013) and received her Kalasha nominations for Best Supporting Actress. She has since featured in both local and international film project.
She bagged a nomination for Supporting Actress category.
Popular actress, Enado Odigie was nominated for Best Supporting Actress for her role interpretation in the movie “The New Normal”. She is currently rated one of the wave making stars in the industry.
She joined the industry professionally in 2022, after working with Telecom giant GLOBACOM for years.
Meg Otanwa is among the wave making actress in the industry. She is a former banker who has a special love for languages. She can speak 5 different languages fluently, had her debut in acting in 2011 in the movie “I’ll Take My Chances”, she has also featured in award movies such as October 1, Ojuju amongst others.
The highly talented movie star is nominated for Best Actress category for AMVCA 2022.
Asabe Madaki is a Hausa actress who starred in “Queen Amina” and a series called “Larabe’s World”. Besides this, she has equally featured in other award winning movies. She was nominated for Best Actress category with the movie “Voiceless”.
Multiple award winning screen icon, Clarion Chukwura also bagged “Best Supporting Actress” category for the movie with the highest nomination this year. “Amina” with 13 nominations, while Rattle Snake and Omoghetto The Saga followed with 9 and 8 nominations respectively.
Many fans were indeed impress with movie icon Clarion Chukwura’s role interpretation in the movie “Amina”, and many are certain. She will win the category.
Genoveva Umeh also bagged nomination for Best Actress in a drama, for the movie “A Tune Away”. She is known for her appearance in “Love Is War”, “One Lagos Night” and others. In 2022, she was cast in Blood Sister, a Netflix four part crime thriller, directed by Biyi Bandele and Kenneth Gyang.
Bukunmi Oluwashina is not left, her latest movie “Jankariwo” bagged 2 nomination Best Indigenous Movie (Yoruba) and Best Supporting Actor (Yoruba), and she has been working extremely hard on her page to win at least one of the categories.