- Identical twins Viggy and Virginia Qwabe are giving South Africans chills with their awesome performances
- The singing duo is determined to win the Idols SA singing competition and it shows
- Mzansi has been moved by their performances - they have a lot of talent
Idols SA's identical twins, Viggy and Virginia Qwabe, are talented and determined young women who have been entertaining Mzansi with their beautiful voices and stunning smiles.
The sisters have also set #goals with the awesome way they've been supporting each other throughout the competition.
They have their hearts set on winning the singing competition, and judging on the support and love that fans of the show have been giving them, they've got a real shot at it.
Earlier, Viggy had viewers in tears with her performance of Nathi's Noba Ngumama and, according to TimesLIVE, Virginia also impressed with her version of Zahara's Lengoma.
Viggy was overwhelmed with the reaction from Mzansi after her performance.
"I was surprised by the reaction. Everyone told me how much they loved the performance. I was also happy with it. The performance for me was just great. The best part was seeing my sister supporting me. I am so happy."
Virginia admitted they were nervous but happy to do what they love - sing.
"We were very nervous but excited that we finally are able to do what we love, which is sing."
Briefly.co.za gathered that the twins wanted to enter Idols last year but were way too anxious.
"We were very nervous so we didn't enter. We told ourselves maybe next time, we came back this year and we did it.
"This is what we want. It is what we dream about. When we wake up in the morning, the first thing we think about it music. I want to do what I love. Having my sister in the competition has been amazing. She coaches me and sometimes she looks at me like I am a master. I have loved it."
If you want to know what these ladies sound like, check out these videos:
Both women dream of winning, but since there can only be one ultimate winner, it's believed they'll happily support each other when the time comes for one of them to step off the stage.
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