South African media personality Boity Thulo is set to make an appearance on E! VIP which airs on Sunday 29 January on E! Africa DStv channel 124.
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Series E! VIP promises exclusive insight into the lives and careers of 12 of Africa’s most high-profile celebrities. The show airs weekly on Sundays at 20:00 CAT on E! Africa (DStv channel 124). Episodes are available to stream on Universal+ immediately after.
“E! VIP is back for a brand-new season to grant exclusive insight into the lives and careers of the most notable and high-profile celebrities from across Africa,” reads the synopsis according to a statement.
“Viewers can uncover the stories of stars from South Africa, Ghana, Kenya and Nigeria, including Sarkodie, Jo-anne Reyneke, Daniel Churchill, Boity Thulo, Yvonne Nelson, Gert-Johan Coetzee, Nasty C, Kate Kamau, Yemi Alade, Mihlali and Fireboy,” the synopsis continued.
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THE MEDIA PERSONALITY: ‘THIS IS WHERE I’M COMFORTABLE’
The episode featuring Boity Thulo will air on Sunday 29 January at 20:00 CAT on E! Africa (DStv channel 124) and available on Universal + immediately after.
Boity expressed that music is a powerful medium as she chats about her career.
“Music is an incredible, powerful medium. I think it probably was one of the main things that grew my following. The kind of support you garner through music is so different to the way you do in acting and television. Music is the powerful medium that I enjoy the most”, said Boity about her career.
Boity comments on recording her first song, Wuz Dat, “I went into the studio with him [Nasty C] and we worked on a couple of songs and then ‘Wuz Dat’ came about. When I heard that I thought “okay this is where I’m comfortable,” she added.
E! VIP is produced by Brainstorm Media Entertainment in Johannesburg for NBCUniversal International Networks & Direct-To-Consumer.
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