- Jessica Nkosi impressed The Queen viewers when she made her debut on the show on Friday
- The telenovela's fans took to social media to praise the stunner for her stellar performance and acting skills
- The actress, who plays the role of Thando Sebata, has shared that she is grateful for the love her fans showed her after the show
Jessica Nkosi has made her much-anticipated debut on popular telenovela The Queen. The stunner recently took to social media to express her gratitude to her followers who enjoyed seeing her on their small screens again.
The viewers of the show praised the award-winning actress after she appeared for the first time on the show on Friday. She plays the role of Thando Sebata. Thando works hand-in-hand with her father Hector Sebata - a role played by veteran actor Rapulana Seiphemo.
The former Isibaya star's fans flooded her timeline on Twitter with praises after her first impressive appearance on The Queen. The humbled actress took to the micro-blogging app to respond to her followers. Jessica tweeted:
"I can’t thank you all enough for all the love and support. I replied and tried to reply to as much as I could. Thank you for supporting my dreams and passions. It’s a privilege for me to be doing what I love and enjoy so much. Thank you for walking with me."
Some of her fans continued to praise the gorgeous thespian even after she thanked them. Below are some of their comments:
"Ooh no thank you... Thank you for being good at your job, I personally appreciate all the entertainment you're giving us. Keep it up."
"Beautiful inside and out, stay sweet as always waze wamuhle izolo ku The Queen (you looked beautiful on The Queen), yeyi my sniper."
"And we love you too, stay beautiful and humble."
In other news, Briefly.co.za reported that not even the Covid-19 pandemic could stop Theo Kgosinkwe from marrying his sweetheart, Vourne´. The Mafikizolo singer married his "bestie"on Saturday, 22 August.
The newly-married musician took to social media on Sunday to share that he has only postponed the wedding celebrations to 2021.
"Due to covid-19 Vourne and I had to postpone our wedding celebrations for next year 2021. But we couldn’t wait to be husband and wife. Yesterday (Saturday) I married my bestie. We can’t wait to celebrate with family and friends next year, we just have to wait a little longer."
Theo popped the big question during Vourne´’s 26th birthday dinner last year. The star later shared a gorgeous pic of his beautiful wife. He captioned his post:
"He who finds a wife. Finds a good thing and finds favour from the Lord - meet Mrs Kgosinkwe."
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