- Bonnie Mbuli is excited that international series Noughts + Crosses has been renewed for Season 2
- The South African actress played the role of Jasmine Hadley in the show when it was first released in 2020
- The media personality shared a teaser of the second season of the show and shared that she cannot wait for it
Talented thespian Bonnie Mbuli is ready to take on her role when international series Noughts + Crosses starts filming Season 2 of the show.
Season 2 of the BBC series was announced recently and the Mzansi actress couldn't hold her excitement. She took to social media to share the good news.
Noughts + Crosses was first released in 2020. Bonnie was cast as Jasmine Hadley. It is back for Season 2 and Bonnie is still part of the cast.
She took to Instagram on Tuesday, 18 May to share the good news with her followers and Mzansi is here for it. Along with the show's teaser, the star wrote, "Ready fi dem!"
Bonnie is not the only one who is ready for the show but has fans too said they can't wait to watch second season of the epic series. Check out some of their reactions below:
"I can’t wait, when is it coming out?"
"Wow! Amazing! Can’t wait!!"
"We cannot wait, hubby and I thoroughly enjoyed this one."
"You killed this role fam."
"@zolanishangase She did. Her accent was... I didn't know how she was doing it."
In other entertainment news, Briefly News reported that Thuso Mbedu's acting skills have impressed US media mogul, Oprah Winfrey. Oprah took to social media to celebrate the Mzansi born actress after The Underground Railroad premiered on Amazon Prime on Friday, 14 March. The media personality took to Instagram to share her thoughts on the American series led by the South African stunner.
Oprah was not only impressed by the way award-winning filmmaker Barry Jenkins directed the show but was also impressed by Thuso's performance in the series. She had this to say about Thuso:
"@thuso.mbedu gives the performance of a lifetime. Great things are coming for her and everyone will be saying her name after watching her as the superhero that is Cora."
Oprah also advised those who have not watched the series yet:
"Pace yourself through the 10 episodes. Pause. Go outside. Take a walk. Move around. Rock yourself like I do. Drink some wine like my daughter-girl Sade. Process it. But it’ll be so worth it. Every scene is searingly profound."
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