Mzansi celebrity couples let viewers in on new romantic talk show hosted by Tumi Morake

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Tumi Morake in Sunday Sexy Love.
Tumi Morake in Sunday Sexy Love.
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Some of the country's favourite celebrity couples will share their love stories on Mzansi Magic's (DStv 161) new romantic Sunday night talk show hosted by comedian, actor and presenter Tumi Morake.

Sunday Sexy Love premieres on Sunday, 2 October at 21:00. It will feature guests such as DJ Tira and Gugu Khathi; Dineo and Zothile Langa; Boity Thulo and Anton Jaftha; Bontle Modiselle and Priddy Ugly; and Gogo Maweni and Sabelo Mgube.

Other celebrity couples to look forward to on the show include Latoya Makhene and Lebo Keswa; Ntokozo Mbambo and Nqubeko Mbatha; and Mpho Wabadimo and Themba Mabaso.

For 10 weeks, these couples will let viewers in on their love stories as they talk openly and anecdotally about the good, bad and spectacular moments. They will also share some of their secrets that keep their relationships going.


boity thulo and anton jaftha
Boity Thulo and Anton Jaftha.
bontle modiselle, priddy ugly
Bontle Modiselle and Priddy Ugly.
dineo langa, zothile langa
Zothile and Dineo Langa.
dj tira, gugu khathi
DJ Tira and Gugu Khathi
gogo maweni, sabelo mgube
Gogo Maweni and Sabelo Mgube.
letoya makhene, lebo keswa
Letoya Makhene and Lebo Keswa.
mpho wabadimo, themba mabaso
Mpho Wabadimo and Themba Mabaso.
mpoomy ledwaba, brian ledwaba
Mpoomy and Brian Ledwaba.
Ntokozo Mbambo, Nqubeko Mbatha
Ntokozo Mbambo and Nqubeko Mbatha.

"Our Sundays at Mzansi Magic are known for their reality and drama content, and we are thrilled to add an original themed talk show to this line-up," M-Net local entertainment channels director Shirley Adonisi said. "We pride ourselves in giving our viewers a bird's eye view into our celebrities' lives, and this show will be a totally different lens altogether."

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