WATCH | Shudufhadzo Musida singing Marvin Sapp's Keep it Movin' will warm your heart

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Miss SA 2020 Shudufhadzo Musida
Miss SA 2020 Shudufhadzo Musida
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  • Shudufhadzo Musida was crowned Miss South Africa 2020 in Cape Town on Saturday.
  • She will receive R1 million in cash, as well as a further R2 million's worth of sponsorships and prizes, including the use of a luxury Sandton apartment and a Mercedes-Benz Cabriolet for a year.
  • Shudufhadzo recently showed off her impressive singing voice on Afternoon Express with her rendition of Marvin Sapp's Keep it Movin'.

Zozibini Tunzi isn't the only Miss South Africa winner with an incredible singing voice. Newly crowned Miss South Africa 2020 Shudufhadzo Musida recently showed off her impressive vocal abilities on Afternoon Express

During an interview on the daytime talk show, host Palesa Tembe asked Shudufhadzo if she believes in daily affirmations, to which she responded: "I do." 

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"The morning of finales, I was listening to a song by Marvin Sapp called Keep it Movin'

"There's a part in the end where he is like 'I'm a winner,' and he keeps on repeating it, and he keeps on repeating it. And then I started repeating it too, and I could believe it," she tells Palesa.   

"I listened to that song throughout, even when I was getting dressed I was listening to that song and that is the only song that I listened to. I am a winner," she added.

The studio erupted in applause after Shudufhadzo sang part of the song during the live broadcast. 

LISTEN HERE: (SHUDUFHADZO STARTS SINING AT 36:15)

24-year-old Shudufhadzo was crowned Miss South Africa 2020 in Cape Town at The Table Bay hotel on Saturday. 

She will receive R1 million in cash, as well as a further R2 million's worth of sponsorships and prizes, including the use of a luxury Sandton apartment and a Mercedes-Benz Cabriolet for a year.

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LISTEN TO THE ORIGINAL SONG HERE:

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