Pearl Thusi basks in glory after premiere and launch of 'Queen Sono'

Pearl Thusi basks in glory after premiere and launch of 'Queen Sono'

- Pearl Thusi is feeling all kinds of good after she received a very good reaction to her new show, Queen Sono

- The show has barely kicked off and it is already a huge hit with South Africans

- As a Netflix first, the series is certainly living up to expectations

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Pearl Thusi is living a dream right now - she's just helped make history in Africa. As part of the very first Netflix original from the continent, this actress secured herself an amazing success story.

The premiere for Queen Sono was held on 27 February and was a hit. South Africans are totally crazy about the show.

Pearl shared a beautiful moment on social media; a photo of her and her two daughters looking stunning and glowing with happiness.

Not to mention the fantastic afros they were proudly sporting - they were the epitome of gorgeous success.

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Pearl said that she was happy to have made history with her loved ones and couldn't want more.

"Making history with the ones you love... couldn’t ask for more!"

Earlier, Briefly.co.za reported on how local celebs were gushing over the star and her Queen Sono performance.

The show's premiere attracted the cream of the crop of celebs and they've been gushing over her. Pearl plays the leading role in Queen Sono and has become SA's sweetheart since they got to see her in action.

The show dropped on Netflix on 28 February and Mzansi cannot wait to binge-watch it. While at the show's premiere, celebs gushed over Pearl and her hard work in the series.

Stars like Sho Madjozi (who is part of the series' tracklist), Nasty C and Cassper Nyovest all came to show love for Pearl.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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