Golden Globes E! party enjoyed by London Colney student
PUBLISHED: 20:27 11 January 2016 | UPDATED: 20:27 11 January 2016
Sharing the limelight on the red carpet during an exclusive event held to celebrate this year's Golden Globes was a local teenager whose enthusiastic use of social media has been noticed by celebrities.
Dylan Musanhu, 19, of London Colney, is still buzzing after attending a Golden Globes ‘watch along party’ in London last night (10), held in honour of the annual awards ceremony.
The former Marlborough Science Academy pupil, who is now studying media production at the University of Hertfordshire in Hatfield, joined fellow ‘superfans’ at the E! party.
Union J’s George Shelley and Hollyoaks star Jorgie Porter were also at the Golden Globes viewing event, held at St Martin’s Lane Hotel in the capital.
After Dylan met E! presenter Sarah-Jane Crawford - along with various celebrities - and was interviewed twice for the entertainment show’s website about various stars’ fashion sense, he said: “I enjoyed the glam and glitter.”
The university student has previously hit the headlines in the Herts Advertiser for attracting the attention of various stars, including Khanyi Mbau, a South African television personality, actress and socialite.
Last year he teamed up with the television star, despite her being thousands of miles away, to help boost her online profile, while she helped him gain a regular slot on her radio show.
At one stage, she described Dylan as a ‘gift from God’ as he designed a website, which he ran for her.
Back in 2012, a year after moving to St Albans from South Africa, he began rapping and singing his version of a range of hits.
That resulted in Nicki Minaj posting a picture of her alongside Dylan - where he was posing like the singer - on Instagram where it quickly received over 50,000 ‘likes’.
His videos on YouTube have racked up over one million views.
Several years ago his mum, Hope, explained to this paper that her son simply enjoys entertaining people.
Dylan received support from pupils and teachers at Marlborough for his YouTube videos which, apart from entertaining people, he uses to keep in contact with family in South Africa.