Tumi Morake, the comedian, received congratulations from South Africans after landing a new hosting position on Sunday Sexy Love. Anton and Boity. Both Priddy Ugly and Bontle Modiselle. Sabelo Mgube and Gogo Maweni. These prominent celebrity couples have a love story they will reveal on Sunday Sexy Love, a tender new talk show on Mzansi Magic.
Sunday Sexy Love hosted by comedian, actress, and presenter Tumi Morake, will make its DStv Channel 161 debut on Sunday, October 2, at 21h00. With her contagious enthusiasm, wonderful sense of humour and genuine relatability, Morake moves through the conversations with these famous couples with ease. Mzansi will learn more about well-known and in-love celebrities on this fiery talk show by probing their intimate relationships and how they maintain the spark. On Sunday Sexy Love, guests include Latoya and Lebo, Ntokozo Mbambo and Nqubeko Mbatha, and Mpho Wabadimo and Themba. These are a few of Mzansi’s favourite couples who never cease to win people over.
Watching them share their love story on national television will be exciting, and Twitter users are ready to tweet away about the show. Mzansi Magic revealed they are excited to add an original, themed talk show to the Sunday line-up, known for its reality and drama content. According to Shirley Adonisi, Director of Local Entertainment Channels at M-Net, the channel takes pride in giving viewers a bird’s eye view into celebrities’ lives. This show will be a different lens altogether, and it will air for ten weeks. The show will feature the couples sharing their relationship secrets and openly discussing their love stories, including the good, the bad, and the spectacular. Mzansi Magic is on a roll as they just announced their other show, Forever Maybe, which is a new program on the network that follows couples dealing with marital crises.
Lerato Kganyago, the successful TV and radio host, DJ along with businessman, and psychologist Lindelani Magubane will host the program. “Our audiences love Mzansi Magic’s reality shows – it’s a genre that resonates strongly with them because the stories are authentic and relatable,” said Shirley Adonisi, Director of Local Entertainment Channels at M-Net, in a statement. “We are certain that we are providing entertainment that could also help the viewers at home take the first step towards navigating their interpersonal relationships in a healthier way,” she continued. “With the addition of Forever Maybe to our Sunday schedule, we know we are providing that.”