Meet The Stunning Model Who Shut Down The Emmy Red Carpet -
Spread the loveThe vast majority of us are still basking in the glow of all of the black excellence on the red carpet at the 70th Annual Emmy Awards. With so many amazing looks, it’s hard to imagine that anyone could have walked away from that evening, setting Instagram abuzz! Enter Nyakim Gatwech, South Sudanese ... Read More about Meet The Stunning Model Who Shut Down The Emmy Red Carpet
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