- Queen B had a new TV show lined-up for May
- She revealed in a recent interview that it had to be shelved due to the Covid-19 pandemic
- The star was one of the guests on Afternoon Express on Wednesday when the show celebrated its fifth-year anniversary
Bonang Matheba has revealed that she had a new TV show which was meant to start this month but has been shelved due to the Covid-19 pandemic.
The TV star was speaking to Palesa Tembe on Afternoon Express when she revealed this.
The show was celebrating its fifth anniversary on Wednesday. Queen B was invited as one of the guests, and because she was one of the first presenters of the show.
The glamorous star's fans were excited to see their fave bracing their TV screens after a long absence.
Bonang told Palesa that she's very specific with doing interviews hence she's been away from Mzansi's TV screens.
"I'm very specific with interviews. I like to do interviews when I have something to talk about, something to share, like a new product or new project."
She then revealed that due to the Covid-19 pandemic her new TV show "was kind of cancelled" without elaborating further on what the show was about.
The TV personality also revealed that she also had a new Prestige Reserve Brut from The House of BNG, which was meant to be launched "in a few days", but the launch was also cancelled.
She said the "overwhelming and traumatising" Covid-19 lockdown has also impacted her life.
"I'll do anything right now to be at work in front of the camera." She also misses travelling and being around her friends."
On Afternoon Express turning five, Bonang said:
"I remember the very first day when myself, Bonnie (Mbuli) and Jeannie (D) walked on to the set and to see what you guys have done to the show is amazing. Kudos to you."
Her fans took to social media to talk about her appearance on the show.
One of them, @SibuMiva, wrote:
"You look stunning @bonang_m! I remember the early days of #AfternoonExpress, you slayed as always and really set the tone for the show. Keep shining babes."
Briefly.co.za has reported that Bonang recently remembered gracing the cover of Man magazine back in 2016. She was the first woman to do so.
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