Patricia Lewis to make a TV comeback


Cape Town - Patricia, who once adamantly said that she wouldn't make a return to TV, now says that a new project might prove her previous statements wrong.

"I've been invited by several Afrikaans channels to do a show, where I'll be in full control of the execution. What a privilege and what an honour!"

Through the new TV project, she hopes to involve all her charities and her "love for baking, cooking, decor and flower arranging."

According to Patricia, who couldn't reveal too much at this stage, the project will be filmed at her house and produced as a semi-reality show where she will be putting her skills, talents and contacts to good use. We might also have to opportunity to meet Mark and Max.

"I have been very blessed in my life, and I have an absolute need to give back."

Her plans to make a comeback won't just end there, she says. "I'll maybe release another album if the public allows me," she laughs. 

Adding jokingly: "I also sing a little bit," in her baby voice.

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The premiere of the show also has the possibility of being accompanied by a cookbook, and a revamp of all her social media platforms - so we can once again see how the blonde with ambition keeps busy.

"It's kind of what I am chewing on at the moment. I'm hoping that it will still happen sometime this year. I'm very adamant that it is going to happen this year."

But sadly we won't be seeing the return of Supersterre anytime soon, as that chapter in her life has closed. "The greatest moment in my career was when the first winner's album reached gold status. I cried so much, even more than when my album went gold. I'm so happy that I was able to have a hand in their success. "

Channel24 spoke to former Afrikaans pop sensation and TV personality Patricia Lewis about taking a break from the public eye, living a typical mom-life in Ballito and her plans to return to the limelight, after a nine-year hiatus.


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