It's official: Queen B will be back for season 2 of Being Bonang

It's official: Queen B will be back for season 2 of Being Bonang

When Being Bonang returns to grace our screens we can expect some exciting developments. The reality show explores the life of one of South Africa's most popular celebrities.

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Last year fans were devastated after the show was cancelled after its first season but due to popular demand the show has returned.

Bonang said: "Back by popular demand. There is going to be lots of laughs and lots of quatables. This season is a lot more international, and you'll get to meet a lot more people. We'll also get into Pinky Girl's life a bit more. And I go on a couple of dates."

The show will be returning on the 4th of May 2018.

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The production company, BarLeader, which brought the fist season to our screens will be back at the helm of the second season.

Bonang will be featured in more international settings and Pinky girl will get a lot more air time.

Fans will be able to accompany a now single Bonang on dates in the future.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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