THE already successful Red Stripe Monday Night football concept has received another boost with the introduction of two beautiful co-hosts in Rosanne 'Pepita' Little and Stephanie Hazle, who has replaced long-serving 'Kiki'.
Two seasons ago, Red Stripe introduced Monday Night Football which has taken off, pulling fans to the game despite the late kick-off and it being broadcast live on television.
The show, hosted by CVM TV and produced by Phase 3 Production, was an instant hit with its interactive nature, getting the fans involved especially during the half-time break and at the end of the game.
Here is where Little and Hazle will get involved and both bring to the table a wealth of experience in show business.
Little was the host of the popular Intense entertainment show and in 2010 she took over the Chill Room during the Digicel Rising Star talent show. Last year she was awarded the Youth View Award for favourite Media Personality and caught the eye of the Tastee Talent Trail which she also hosts.
Little has also delved into the music business by releasing her first single Luv Luv Me.
Meanwhile, Hazle is an award-winning Jamaican actress, accredited singer and trained marketer with extensive experience in a diverse range of creative art forms, including video, print and radio advertising, singing, stage and film acting.
Hazle became the first Jamaican representative at the Hal Jackson Talented Teens International Competition, as a 15-year-old, where she placed among the finalists. She was nominated for the Prime Minister's Youth Award for Arts and Culture in 2008.
Both beauties had their first experience of Monday Night Football last week and tonight they will be at the Compound where leaders Harbour View will take on third-placed Boys' Town starting at 9:00 pm.
Harbour View are out front on 58 points and hold a 12-point lead over second-placed Portmore United, with Boys' Town a bit further back on 44 points.
But despite the 14-point difference, today's clash between the Red Brigade and The Stars of the East is expected to be a mouthwatering.
Boys' Town drew first blood in the league and won their first encounter 1-0 here at Compound on October 3, but Harbour View returned the favour with an impressive 3-0 mauling at Collie Smith Drive.
An interesting point of the game will be to see how Harbour View's Xavean Virgo does against his long-time club Boys' Town.
But the way Harbour View are playing it will take a mammoth effort from Boys' Town to subdue the marauding leaders stacked with a host of talented players.
With Jermaine Hue, the much improved Evan Taylor, Damion Harwood, Joel Senior, Richard Edwards, Donovan Edwards, John-Ross Edwards, Jermie Lynch, Roland Dean, Fabian Taylor, Kemeel Wolfe, Christopher Harvey, Dicoy Williams and Montrose Phinn, head coach Vin Blaine is spoilt for options.
Boys' Town, on the other hand, have lost some key players but have rebounded well and coach Andrew Price will choose from the likes of Michael Campbell, Damion Benjamin, Marvin Morgan, Nicholas McMorris, Wayne Ellis, Marvin Stewart, Shane Edwards and Jermaine Allen.