I always wanted to be a superstar
Entertainment of Friday, 7 February 2020
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Unlike others who struggle with their career aspirations while growing up, actress Juliet Ibrahim has revealed that even as a child, she had always wanted to be a superstar.
Making an appearance on the McBrown’s Kitchen show last Sunday, February 2, Juliet told the host Nana Ama McBrown that “Interestingly, I have always wanted to be a star, a superstar so I have always worked towards it.
“Initially I wanted to work with the UN and because of that interest, I tried my best to get a certificate in the French language. Unfortunately, around that period, I got a call to audition for a movie role and that was where my acting career started.
“Don’t forget that before that I was into modelling so I have always wanted to be in the spotlight,” she said.
Touching on her relationship status after she broke up with Nigerian artiste Ice Berg Slim, Juliet said she was single. “I am single, I’ve been single for some time but if someone comes to me and I like the person, I would not mind irrespective of who the person is. I am ready to give love a chance this year,” she revealed.
Juliet also used to opportunity to reply to critics who claim she has had cosmetic surgery. “Everything I have is natural, I was like this before surgeries became a lifestyle. I do not need to do anything to my body,” she said.
Juliet Ibrahim, who has Ghanaian, Liberian and Lebanese parentage has been very candid about her struggles in her autobiography, A Toast To Life which she released last year.
She has starred in numerous movies including Crime to Christ, In The Eyes of My Husband, Royal Storm, Rain, Honour My Will, 4Play, 4Play Reloaded, Queen’s Pride, 30 Days in Atlanta, Number One Fan and 10 Days in Sun City.