- Connie Ferguson recently took to social media to share a selfie without any makeup
- The media giant looked incredible in her natural form without any hair extensions, makeup or Instagram filters
- Her Mzansi fans could not get over how great the The Queen producer looked, especially at her age
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It's no secret that Connie Ferguson is one of the most beautiful women in the country. The media mogul recently cemented her title by posting a selfie without any makeup on.
The TV producer took to Instagram to share her bare face with the world. She left her fans awe-struck with her beauty. Not only does she have perfect, clear and glowing skin, Connie also does not seem to have a single wrinkle.
Connie captioned her selfie:
"#whatsinaname #nofilter #nomakeup #justme. Wishing you a beautiful, chilled blessed Sunday!"
Social media users shared their thoughts about the gorgeous picture. Instagram user lilitha_jojo said:
"You look amazing."
"You such a darling."
Briefly.co.za previously reported that Connie Ferguson took to social media to let Mzansi know that she supports new local TV shows, especially by young black producers. The star, who produces hit telenovela The Queen with her husband Shona Ferguson, was responding to a tweep who said there's a campaign to smear the Fergusons.
@advmofokeng1 wrote: "Every time there is a new show by other people, there is an attempt to smear the Fergusons. It's tiring. It's not a coincidence that Gomora arrives and suddenly there is a truckload of complaints."
The actress, who portrays the part of Harriet Khoza on The Queen, gave a matured response to @advmofokeng1's allegation.
"The more shows, especially by young black producers, the merrier! We support them a million percent!"
In other Connie news, she recently served Mzansi with 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.
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