- Florence Masebe recently took to social media to share some of the bad behaviour that she's seen during her time on multiple sets
- The actress and acting coach said diva behaviour is quite common and can definitely hinder an actor from tapping into their character
- Florence recalled when an actress refused to perform without wearing lipstick and insisted on wearing her own diamond earring studs
Florence Masebe, an industry veteran who's been on multiple sets, recently shared one of the worst cases of diva behaviour she's seen.
The star revealed that she once conducted a cast workshop where one of the actresses wanted to concentrate more on looking good than bringing her character to life.
Flo said that the woman felt wardrobe wasn't doing her justice by not giving her bright lipstick and more fashionable clothes. However, her character was that of a poor village woman and her being a diva prevented her from fully tapping into it.
The star explained that the actress missed a golden opportunity to really become her character.
She wrote, "The actor wanted to honour her vanity before the character. She got so concerned with these side issues (that) she neglected the one thing she was hired for - to bring her humble, rural character to life. (She) missed a chance to slay where it mattered."
Right now, Florence is not risking leaving the house for work as she has a pre-existing condition, asthma, which makes the coronavirus more dangerous to her.
Briefly.co.za revealed that she's put together a home studio to work from.
In other news, Briefly.co.za reported that Enhle Mbali Mlotshwa took to social media with an emotional post that had her and DJ Black Coffee trending on social media.
It appears that Enhle is not coping well with her separation from Black Coffee. Going through a divorce is never easy, especially when there are children involved. Enhle has been going through the most and she took to social media to let it all out.
The star explained how the past three years have broken her and that she has still not managed to recover fully.
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