- Miss Universe Zozibini Tunzi recently conducted a live interview with television personality Somizi Mhlongo
- During the chat, Tunzi touched on the possibility of having her reign extended amid the Covid-19 pandemic
- Fans lauded the beauty queen via social media and some hailed her as the best Miss Universe ever
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Miss Universe Zozibini Tunzi has become the darling of South Africa for various reasons.
South Africans already took to her after being crowned as Miss South Africa, but her popularity soared after winning the Miss Universe title.
Tunzi is a woman of many talents and is no stranger to being on television. Via the Miss Universe Instagram page, she's been conducting interviews with numerous guests.
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On Thursday, it was the turn of television personality Somizi Mhlongo, as he joined her on one of her live sessions.
The chat focused on Pride month and Somizi was as entertaining as always. At one point, Tunzi couldn't contain her laughter when she realised the celeb was eating during the interview.
Somizi asked Tunzi about the possibility of her reign being extended until next year due to the coronavirus pandemic.
The reigning Miss Universe graciously explained that she no longer holds the Miss SA title and that it will be down to the pageant organisers.
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Briefly.co.za gathered that the interview proved quite popular, as the video was viewed nearly 19 000 times and attracted many positive comments.
"Best miss universe ever."
"Queen Zozi you are a dream turned reality for every African child."
"This was beautiful....great love and respect for u both."
Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za previously reported that the reigning Miss Universe went through all her old Facebook posts and found content she was not proud of.
She cautioned social media users to be careful about what they share online as it could have negative consequences.
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