- Local magazines have started announcing which celebs will be representing them during November
- While Mzansi has been loving the covers, one has caused a stir on social media
- Editors for Cosmopolitan have been called out for overusing Photoshop on Thando Thabethe’s cover image
As November is only days away, magazines have started to reveal which celebs will be featured on their covers for the new month. While Mzansi has been happy with their choices so far, there has been a bit of a backlash for one of the publications.
The actress and radio personality has been chosen as the cover girl for Cosmopolitan’s summer issue, however, the image has caused an outcry amongst social media users.
While her followers are glad to see Thando on the magazine cover, they are upset about the colour of her skin which appears to be darkened. ZAlebs reports that tweeps have since been lambasting the editors for overusing photoshop on the image.
As the cover star for Men’s Health, Lunga is finally making his childhood dream come true. The model has always aspired to grace the cover of a popular publication and The Daily Sun reports that he is thrilled to be chosen for the magazine’s weight-loss issue.
Briefly.co.za learned that the actress has been itching to announce that she will be on the front page of ‘True Love’ in November, but she was forced to keep it a secret. Lorna has also revealed that she has shared quite an emotional story about her road to success during the interview she did with the magazine.
Social media influencers have been dominating the entertainment industry recently so it comes as no surprise to see Kefilwe on the cover of Destiny for their ‘Power of 40’ issue.
Unathi Nkayi and Roxy Burger
Sharing the cover of Glamour this November, Roxy and Unathi have been chosen as the face of the magazine to share their stories about the road to fame.
Bona has chosen Thuso Mbedu for next month’s cover and it’s not surprising to see why. The actress has been breaking barriers with her performances and not to mention she has been nominated for her second International Emmy Award.
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