- South African-born Hollywood actress, Charlize Theron, took to social media to reveal her most desirable secret
- The award-winning actress admitted that she is in love with the TV series, The Bachelor, which features airline pilot, Peter Weber
- Fans couldn't agree more, Peter has that drip that most guys only dream of
South African-born actress, Charlize Theron, took to social media to share her guilty pleasure with the world.
The actress stood by a poster of Peter Weber, the star of the upcoming 24th season of The Bachelor. The poster also included the tagline, “Expect Turbulence”, which is no surprise as Peter is an airline pilot.
Charlize caption the photo on her Instagram as: “Turbulence I like".
The Bombshell star's post gathered 195k likes and 1281 comments. Many of Charlize followers either laughed or agreed with her, as Peter is one fine looking man.
Here are a few comments from Charlize's post:
januaryjones: "Omg!!! I can. Not. Wait."
lavonne1120: "Love it!"
ley.xo: "this is too iconic"
praisedthee: "YOU KEEP SERVIN US MAAM "
elizaartwrks: "Awww yeah @charlizeafrica , I like Peter too!!! "
annamolly287: "Gorgeous!! Loving the pixie "
According to Channel 24, the actress admitted her love for the series before when she appeared on The Late Late Show with James Corden.
“I’m dating the bache… like the show. On Monday nights, because my kids can’t read a clock yet, I just get ‘em to be at like 5.45 and then I open a bottle of wine, I take a bath, I get all ready and then I watch The Bachelor. It’s my date night”
Season 24 of The Bachelor is expected to premiere in America in January while The Bachelor SA will return for season 2 in February.
Meanwhile, two months ago, Briefly.co.za reported that Charlize Theron grew up in South Africa during the time of apartheid and admits that it benefited her as a white woman.
White privilege is a touchy subject that has caused many heated debates. Apartheid made people of colour suffer and allowed white people to flourish.
Briefly.co.za learnt that Theron spoke out on white privilege during a conversation with David Oyelowo at an annual fundraiser to support educational and health initiatives for Nigerian children, according to a Variety report.
The Oscar-winning actress admitted that she had benefited from apartheid by means of white privilege but she’s using it to help those who didn’t.
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