TV Africa has named celebrated Ghanaian dancer, Adjetey Sowah and dance lecturer, Terry Bright Ofosu, as judges for its reality dance show, Bumper To Bumper.
The duo have been tasked with critiquing participants as well as offering advice on how to improve their craft.
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Terry Bright Ofosu, who is currently an Assistant Lecturer at the Department of Dance Studies of the University of Ghana’s School of Performing Arts, has contributed immensely to the development of indigenous Ghanaian dances.
He has also choreographed and directed dances and plays for several pageants like Miss World Exquisite, Male Model Africa, Miss Legon, Miss Ghana and Miss Ghana/ Lebanon among others.
According to him, one of his greatest passions is to train dancers who will impact arts and society positively. He has sat as a judge on similar shows including Dance Fever, Boogie Down, Street Dance, Talented Kids and Amazing Child.
Terry will be supported on the judging panel by Adjetey Sowah who rose to fame in the late 90s as one of Ghana’s finest dancers.
Adjetey Sowah’s appearance on Bumper to Bumper will serve as great inspiration, considering the many years of experience he brings to the game. He has trained and served as a mentor to several renowned Ghanaian dancers.
The two judges will also be assisted by a guest judge (s) every week oN the show.