Rami Chuene announced as the 1st guest on Somizi's new cooking show

Rami Chuene announced as the 1st guest on Somizi's new cooking show

- Rami Chuene has been named as the first guest on Somizi Mhlongo's new cooking show

- According to Phil Mphela, Dinner at Somizi's - a cooking show-cum-talkshow - will premier at 7pm on 10 July on 1Magic

- Phil said the first episode will start with the Metro FM presenter paying tribute to his late mom, Mary Twala

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The first guest on Somizi Mhlongo's new cooking show has been revealed. Veteran actress Rami Chuene will be first celeb who will cook up a storm and enjoy dinner with Somgaga.

Entertainment commentator Phil Mphela took to social media to make the big reveal. Dinner at Somizi's, a cooking show-cum-talkshow, will premier at 7pm on 10 July on 1Magic, according to Phil.

Rami Chuene announced as the 1st guest on Somizi's new cooking show

Rami Chuene will be the first guest on Somizi's new cooking show.
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Phil said the first episode will start with the Metro FM presenter paying tribute to his late mom, Mary Twala.

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Tweeps have reacted with mixed reactions to the news that the show starts this coming Friday.

@KkKakaza wrote:

"At @ramichuene your Sbwl to have dinner @somizi has been answered."

@tabskahlehle commented:

"Can't wait."

@LeratoMogale15 said:

"Wow man #somizi what a time for the show; your angel shall surely be watching your spectacular work. May she continue to rest in the father's warm arms."

@Machuxwezvirove wrote:

"l feel it's a rushed job. Gone are the days when real TV took months in production."

Briefly.co.za reported that Somizi recently let the cat out the bag on why he has been pictured with so many celebs of late.

Somizi took to Twitter to make the big reveal. He will be hosting a cooking show with different celebrities in his kitchen.

A few social media users congratulated him on the new gig but many others criticised him for taking too many jobs in the industry.

Twitter user LekaMashishi said:

"I wish you can also call young chefs out there just for them to get an exposure, there is so much talent in the country."

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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