2019 Valentine’s Day seems to have left a huge debate about who of these celebrated female songstresses killed the red outfit look.

We took a look at the various outfits worn by Uganda’s top songstresses in Winnie Nwagi, Irene Ntale, Vinka, Carol Nantongo, Spice Diana, and Lydia Jazmine.

Take a look at the outfits and tell us which one won on the night;


The self-styled Boss Manjah has never made us doubt in her fashion sense but this look seemed to create mixed reactions. Did she overdo it? We didn’t know what to make of it, take a look;

Vinka | Instagram

Spice Diana

Spice Diana made sure she tuned the mood right for her followers in this revealing short dress. She’s never shy of showing off her skin;

Spice Diana | Instagram

Carol Nantongo

A long red dress covering every part of the body on Valentine’s Day – that was quite unexpected. Carol Nantongo completely reserved her sexiness for another day;

Carol Nantongo Official | Instagram

Winnie Nwagi

The other Swangz Avenue songstress on this list gave her fans and followers quite a peek at her curvaceous body with this dress from Kais Divo Collection;

Winnie Nwagi | Instagram

Lydia Jazmine

Lydia Jazmine seems not to have gotten the memo. The ‘Hit and Run‘ singer performed at several venues including at Darenas Kawanda and Fusion Autospa. How do you rate her outfit?

Lydia Jazmine | Instagram (Swipe Left)

Irene Ntale

Irene Ntale a.k.a ‘Miss Kateteeyi‘ gave all to her fans who turned up at Nexus Lounge to celebrate the day of love with their favorite songstress. Apart from the exceptional performance, she gave such a view with this elegant dress;

Irene Ntale | Instagram (Swipe Left)

Writer’s Verdict: It so seems like Irene Ntale won this contest. How she managed to pull off such an elegant look amidst such a strong performance is phenomenal. At 30, she looks like a princess in her early twenties!

Who made the shine for you?

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Josh Ruby is an Editor with high interest and knowledge in the Ugandan entertainment space, an industry he has been actively part of since 2010. Leads to breaking stories are welcome!

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