- Ntando Duma has shared a sweet clip of herself teaching her granny the Jerusalema dance
- Ntando posted the clip of her gran doing the Jerusalema dance on social media and many celebs just love the video
- Ntando and her gran are apparently preparing for the #JerusalemaChallenge on Heritage Day after President Cyril Ramaphosa called on Mzansi to participate in the challenge on the important holiday
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Mzansi is preparing to show the world how to properly do the Jerusalema dance on Heritage Day. Most peeps have been polishing up on their Jerusalema dance moves since Heritage Day is only a few days away.
Actress Ntando Duma is also one of those people who are making sure that everyone in her familiy is ready to participate in Master KG and Nomcebo's #JerusalemaChallenge on 24 September. This is after President Cyril Ramaphosa encouraged everyone in the country to participate in the challenge during the upcoming holiday.
The Queen actress has shared a video of herself teaching her granny the world-renowned Jerusalema dance. The star captioned the Instagram post:
"Here’s something to cheer you up on a Saturday afternoon."
Mzansi celebs such as Connie Ferguson, Unathi, Bontle Modiselle and Moozlie, among others, took to Ntando's comment section to praise her for teaching her gran the dance. The star's followers also shared their reactions to the clip. Check out some of the comments below:
"Gogo of the Year."
"Gogo ke team player."
"This definitely made me smile."
"This is beautiful, you are truly blessed."
"Gogo is a whole mood."
"Gogo just made my day."
In other entertainment news about dancing celebs, Briefly.co.za reported that Connie Ferguson recently served Mzansi parenting goals when she posted a video of herself and her daughter getting down to Amapiano. The veteran actress shared the heart-melting video on Instagram on Thursday, 17 September.
In the clip, The Queen actress' daughter, Ali, teaches her how to dance to Amapiano. The cool dance move, called the "Pouncing Cat", is popular in most Amapiano music videos. The mother-daughter duo had just finished exercising when they decided to have some fun. Connie's hubby, Shona, is the one who filmed the whole thing. He can be heard in the background saying: "Ay, it's too much."
Judging from all the comments from Connie's fans, she's a quick learner. Many of them shared that she nailed the dance. They also praised Ali for being a good dance teacher. She captioned the clip:
"Post-gym mood! I don’t quite have #TheKid @ali.ferguson_'s swag but I tried."
Connie plays the character of Harriet Khoza on the hit telenovela. She's also the executive producer of the show.
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