The Golden Globe, known for conducting exclusive Hollywood interviews, and historical pieces from the Hollywood Foreign Press has acknowledged Nigerian actress, Nancy Isime, over her popular movie, “Kambili-The whole 40yards’
Bewildered by the recent update, narrated how her spirit sister, Mimz informed her of the Golden Globe Team’s interest in interviewing her but she never believed it until she granted the interview earlier this month. She said she was awed when she received the link in her mail, likewise the headlines last night.
Out of astonishment, she shared on Instagram, “The GOLDEN GLOBES knows my name??? The GOLDEN GLOBES thinks I’m successful???. The GOLDEN GLOBES have seen Kambili and think my performance is worthy of a conversation on their website??? WOW!!
I remember receiving a message from my spirit sister Mimz, informing me about the Golden Globes team’s interest in interviewing me(last slide) and I couldn’t even let it properly sink in because. I granted this interview earlier this month, but not until receiving the link in my mail and seeing this headline last night did I let it properly sink in.
Amazing conversation I must say, I got emotional somewhere during the conversation… So good!”, accompanied by a link to the podcast.
She sent a shout out to those involved in her success story, likewise those who partook in the production of Kambili “Kambili is indeed a gift that will never stop giving love”, she wrote.
Shouting out to her team, she wrote, “Team Nancy this one is for you.. I also hope this encourages you to always put your best foot forward because you just never know who’s watching.
Dear God you are indeed the GREATEST!*in my manager’s voice* our price don increase oh”.
Nancy Isime, started off as a model so she could raise money for school. Later on, in 2011, she was asked to audition for the TV show Echoes and got the role. She has been acting ever since and has shot over 30 films and TV shows. She also has her own talk show, ‘The Nancy Isime Show’, and she is the host of The Voice Nigeria.