She might have been washed off the social scene by other socialites, but Judith Heard is not all out because the latest we have on our hands is that, she has been fronted to be the Ugandan brand ambassador of Belaire Black Bottle which is equivalent to Ciroc while Second Chance (Ugandan version) actress Anita Fabiola is also tipped for a similar role.
Heard and Fabiola will be joined by Huddah Monroe from Kenya and Nick Mtuma from Tanzania while others will be revealed this Saturday at Gekko Lounge where the Belaire official launch will be taking place in a mega new year’s eve party.
Organised by Talent Africa, the party will have a glow in the dark theme and feature entertainment by Navio, Maurice Kirya, Atlas Da African, DJ Crisio, DJ Aludah and will be hosted by Anita Fabiola with entrance at only 30,000/=
Talent Africa in conjunction with alcohol distributor QWay are involved in a mega deal to bring Luc Belaire Wines and Champagne to the East African region. Luc Belaire is the most in demand beverage currently in the nightlife industry. The brand is heavily marketed and endorsed by brand ambassadors; American superstar rapper Rick Ross, DJ/Producer DJ Khaled and many other celebrities in the urban music scene. Luc Belaire’s bottle design is key to its allure.
Black with highlight-pink lettering, the look emits an aura of sophistication, class and glamour. Luc Belaire Rosé Fantôme (French for phantom) is the new glowing, limited edition Rosé, featuring a luminescent label that makes a glowing statement after dark. So turn down the lights and turn up the night with Luc Belaire Rosé Fantôme.