2019 is going to be a busy year for Sophie Lichaba. The veteran actress is set to host a new talk show called Hashtags along with beauty guru Francois Louw, radio personality Mantsoe Pout and celebrity publicist Jarred Doyle. This is on top of the TV series she's working on, Family Secrets.
Darling actress Sophie Lichaba was away from our screens for a while, but she's back with a bang.
She is set to play host on a television show for the first time in years and will be hosting alongside Mantsoe Pout (radio personality), Francois Louw (beauty guru) and Jarred Doyle (celeb publicist).
That's quite a unique combination and we look forward to seeing what these guys deliver in their show, Hashtags.
SowetanLIVE reports that Hashtags will premiere on the 2nd of March, but the foursome have been shooting the show for the past month.
Briefly.co.za gathered that the show's focus is social and lifestyle matters and that Sophie is excited about the show.
It's fun, nice and different. It's nice to be back after taking this amazing break. The waking up late is what I miss the most.
The show is created by young people that are innovative. It has its own style and it's very relaxed. It's for the people and about the people.
This isn't the only TV work Sophie has been doing and we can expect to see her on our screens in a star-studded TV series that is coming our screens soon. With actors like Sello Maake-ka Ncube, Sonia Mbele, Menzi Ngubane and our beloved Sophie playing lead roles, Family Secrets can't help but be awesome.
This show might just shake up the South African drama scene a bit, and who wouldn't love that? According to the sneak previews that were shared on social media, there will be lots of secrets, intrigue and drama to go around.
Sophie actually started her career 25 years ago by playing TV presenter. This was before we got to know her as the adorable Queen in Generations.
Darling, before I became an actress I was a presenter, doing a music show back when CCTV was there.
When I started I was trying everything. 'Let me present here. Let me present there. It's a magazine show. It's a music show'. So you grow into it. But ultimately, I settled into drama because it was stable and focused back then.
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