Representing: 5 female celebs set to take the world stage in 2020

Representing: 5 female celebs set to take the world stage in 2020

- 2019 was an amazing year for international achievements and connections for our Mzansi stars

- The cherry on top was our very own Zozibini Tunzi winning Miss Universe

- Briefly.co.za takes a look at women celebs who have plans for worldwide stardom in 2020

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Our female stars are really doing the most on a global scale this year.

Briefly.co.za compiled a list of seven of them to look out for on worldwide platforms and stages.

1. Bonang Matheba

Bonang jetted off to New York last year to work on a reality TV special.

Matheba later announced that she was moving to the US amid rumours that she was taking a job at E! Entertainment.

Representing: 5 Female celebs set to take the world stage in 2020

Representing: 5 Female celebs set to take the world stage in 2020
Source: Instagram

2. Sho Madjozi

26-year-old Sho Madjozi inspired many by winning a BET award in 2019.

She also met John Cena and started a new hairstyle craze.

Madjozi has hinted at several overseas opportunities she aims to go for this year.

Representing: 5 Female celebs set to take the world stage in 2020

Representing: 5 Female celebs set to take the world stage in 2020
Source: Instagram

READ ALSO: Sho Madjozi shares the great time she had at lobola negotiations

3. Nomzamo Mbatha

Nomzamo Mbatha is playing a lead role in the sequel to the 1988 classic, Coming To America.

Nomzamo has spent the last half of 2019 in the US on the set of Coming 2 America at the Tyler Perry Studios in Atlanta.

Representing: 5 Female celebs set to take the world stage in 2020

Representing: 5 Female celebs set to take the world stage in 2020
Source: Instagram

4. Thuso Mbedu

Thuso Mbedu will play the lead role in Barry Jenkins'The Underground Railroad.

The much-anticipated US TV series tells the story of three slaves who attempt to escape.

Thuso has already been nominated for two Emmy Awards.

Representing: 5 Female celebs set to take the world stage in 2020

Representing: 5 Female celebs set to take the world stage in 2020
Source: Twitter

5. Zozibini Tunzi

Zozi won the hearts of the entire world when she won Miss Universe in December 2019.

The beauty cemented the fact that black - with natural hair- is beautiful.

The statuesque lady now has the world at her feet and currently lives in New York.

Representing: 5 Female celebs set to take the world stage in 2020

Representing: 5 Female celebs set to take the world stage in 2020
Source: Twitter

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