SHE IS MADELEINE GLATZ A.K.A ALEK WEK!

MADELEINE GLATZ RAISING AWARENESS OF ADOPTION!!
I LOOVE YOUR SHOES!





SPORAH & MADELEINE GLATZ ON SET!


MADELEINE GLATZ!





SPORAH SPORAH SPORAH!








AFTER THE SHOW!



RANDOM PICTURES!
Comig Soon On The Sporah Show!

18 comments:

  1. Anonymous12:37

    Alek Wek, Please Sporah! Looooool

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  2. Anonymous14:53

    Nice dress Sporah.

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  3. Anonymous15:07

    It’s difficult to get clear information about adoption, i hope this will help.

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  4. Anonymous00:44

    huyu ndo alek wek maarufuu model ama mbona umemzidi kimo alafu huyu ananywele alek wek upara pls explai

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  5. Anonymous01:30

    Nakuona tu unavokimbia mamii, Mungu akuzidishie.

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  6. Anonymous01:34

    Nice job diva!

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  7. Anonymous01:47

    Good good sporah, Awareness creation is needed to enhance adoption in Africa. Proud of you!

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  8. Anonymous01:53

    Sio Alek Wek Mdau hapo juu, watakua wanamuita Alek Wek kasababu wamefanana nae na wanafanya wote mambo ya modelling.

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  9. Anonymous03:53

    Nice hair Ziporah

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  10. Anonymous06:27

    Glowinggg kama kawaida yako! Hug xx

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  11. Anonymous08:08

    Nakupenda Sana mamii, pendeza na gauni lako mwenyewe! Keep up.

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  12. Anonymous10:59

    Sporah,
    3 babies are abandoned every 48 hours in Kwa Zulu Natal, South Africa.

    In 2001, 874 babies were abandoned—that figure trebled in 2002 when 2186 babies were abandoned in KZN.

    2003 had 200 abandoned babies per month go through the welfare society of Durban.

    Most babies are abandoned in municipal toilets, latrines and refuse bags.

    This is mainly due to AIDS, poverty, unemployment.

    34% of the KZN population is infected with AIDS. KZN have the most welfare agencies in the country and yet cannot cope. Most of these babies die, as a place of safety cannot be found in time to save them.

    The situation is so critical that the newspapers have likened the dustbins in Durban to the GRAVEYARDS OF NEWBORN BABIES AND FOETUSES

    The only folk willing to help are too poor to look after any added family and the government grants of R140-00 per month can be applied for, but take many many months to access.
    GREAT WORK SPORAH, WE NEED YOUR SHOW IN SOUTH AFRICA TOO.

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  13. Anonymous12:42

    Fab

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  14. Anonymous12:57

    MWAH LOVE YOUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUU X

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  15. Anonymous16:58

    I watch tha show i like it!especially ur questions,keep on doin gud shows sporah i lov ur shows!u can invite me one day!hahaha

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  16. Anonymous18:07

    Even the French Community talk about Sporah Show! Am soooooooooo proud of you and i believe in few years to come your show will be the most popular talk show in entire Africa. http://yenihsworld.blogspot.com/2011/04/cameroonian-model-madeleine-glatz-talks.htmlyenihsworld.blogspot.com
    We Love You Sporahhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh

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  17. Anonymous18:30

    BONGO LINIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII @ Sporah

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  18. Anonymous01:11

    Sporah,kwanini unauza utamaduni wetu?kwanini unaongelea vitu ambavyou sio sisi watanzania?
    Asilimia kubwa ya watanzania wenye kutizama star tv ni wazungumzaji wa kiswahili,ukiongea kiingereza unakua unamlenga nani hasa?
    elewa tu unarusha kipindi lakini watazamaji ni hao ulionao kwenye kipindi,huwaelimishi walengwa hata.Wzungu wanaongea lunga zao kwa ajili ya watu wao,punguza too much uzungu uzungu

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