Actress Kuli Roberts loved her 1st day on 'The Queen': "Great shoot"

Actress Kuli Roberts loved her 1st day on 'The Queen': "Great shoot"

- Kuli Roberts has revealed that she loved her first day on the set of The Queen

- Kuli recently joined the cast of the soapie and she will play the character of Mildred Sefatsa

- Other actors who have joined the cast of the hit telenovela include Menzi Ngubane, Brenda Ngxoli and Jessica Nkosi

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Kuli Roberts loved her first day on the set of Mzansi hit telenovela, The Queen.

The star is one of many talented actors who have recently joined the stellar cast of the show.

The bubbly TV and radio personality portrays the character of 41-year-old glamorous woman, Mildred Sefatsa.

Kuli joined the likes of Menzi Ngubane, Brenda Ngxoli and Jessica Nkosi who have also bagged new roles on the show.

She took to social media to share with her fans how her first on set of the soapie was.

"Great shoot, so tired and appreciating my reconnection with one of my loves, acting."

Kuli further tweeted that she was "loving it" on The Queen.

"Director was bewildered but happy. Mr F (Ferguson), was happy. If they're happy. I'm ecstatic."

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Her fans said they can't wait to watch Mildred on their small screens.

@NtshepyK commented:

"We can't wait for your presence in our homes every evening."

@MokgawaTshepi wrote:

"Wish you all the best mommy. Can't wait to see you on my screen."

@BeeSting012 wrote:

"Congratulations are in order dear... Looking forward to seeing you on my screen... I know you will kill it."

Briefly.co.za reported that the Fergusons have explained that due to the influx of new characters joining the show, some of their famous characters would not be returning.

Connie and her hubby Shona Ferguson said this after social media users questioned why the Fergusons always fired actors.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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