However, there are reports that Ghanaian actress Yvonne Nelson has emerged as the hottest Ghanaian actress in Nigeria.
NEWS-ONE sources in Nigeria said there was high demand for the actress in Nigeria just like when debuted in Nollywood some years ago.
â€œYvonne is in high demand in Nigeria. Despite your producers banning her, she is excelling in Nigeria big time. I know she is always in Nigeria,â€ added the source who is a Nigerian journalist with a reputable entertainment newspaper in Nigeria.
The source was unable to confirm other actresses that were on the hottest actress list.
Another source said Ghanaian actor Frank Artus was also living his dream as a hot actor in Nollywood.
Back in Ghana, movie productions appeared to have slow down this year, the reason a lot of local movies have not been premiered.
Yvonne on the other hand has featured in most of the movies which would be out this Christmas season or early next year.
This year, Yvonne has been in the media spotlight, arguably more than any other celebrity in Ghana- from issues of her illegal ban, rumours about a pregnancy that didnâ€™t exist, attempts on her life and so on.
She was last in the news for shopping for her YN Closet fashion shop, and has been nominated for Ghana Movie Awards Best Actress In Supporting Role for her role in â€˜4play Reloadedâ€™.
Yvonne is a former Miss Ghana contestant who burst onto Ghanaâ€™s movie scene with a big-screen role in â€˜Princess Tyraâ€™.
Her first ever supporting role in Venus Filmâ€™s movie, â€˜The Return of Beyonceâ€™, which featured the likes of Van Vicker, Jackie Appiah, and Nadia Buari among others, prepared her for a successful movie career.
She quickly became a household name, not only in Ghana but in Africa, after her role in â€˜Princess Tyraâ€™.
Yvonne has proved her versatility as an actress by starring in a number of Ghanaian and Nigerian movies, including â€˜Prince Prideâ€™, â€˜Girls Connectionâ€™, â€˜Playboyâ€™, and â€˜Golden Adventureâ€™.
She won Ghanaâ€™s Favourite Actress Award at the Ghana Movie Awards last year.
She was has also been nominated twice at the African Movie Academy Awards.
As part of her efforts to give back to society, Yvonne launched Yvonne Nelson Glaucoma Foundation in 2010 to educate the public on the harmful effects of the eye ailment.
The 20-something-year-old single actress hails from Cape Coast in the Central Region. She had her basic education at St. Martin De Porres in Dansoman, where she currently resides in Accra. She then continued at Aggrey Memorial High School and the Central University College, where she read Human Resource Management. She is also into designing.