- The former Miss Nigeria Russia Dr Cherry Adannaya Osigwe shared a cute video online
- Missionary sisters from Tanzania were spotted dancing to the popular Jerusalema track
- The sisters were dressed in their uniforms as they did the Jerusalema dance steps
A video of the Missionary Sisters of the Precious Blood dancing to the popular Jerusalema song in Tanzania was spotted online. The former Miss Nigeria Russia Dr Cherry Adannaya Osigwe shared the video on her official Instagram page.
According to the beauty queen, dancing to the Jerusalema song is a delightful way to start up the month of November which she described as amazing. Dr Cherry went on to pray for her herself and her followers as she noted that the God of the eleventh hour will rescue them from evil.
Meanwhile, in the video, the missionary sisters were dressed in their beautiful uniforms as they perfectly did the Jerusalema dance steps.
Take a look at the video below:
In other Jerusalema related news, Briefly.co.za shared an exclusive with Kyle White, the director of the Jerusalema video. White grew up in Kenton-on-Sea in the Eastern Cape but has been living and based in Durban for the past seven months.
Master KG and Nomcebo's hit song Jerusalema has gained over 147 million YouTube views. Recently, three of Kyle’s music videos were nominated for “Music Video of the year” at the 2020 SAMAs.
You started off as a TV presenter, what made you venture into a career behind the camera?
"Ever since Collin Moss hosted the first season of Idols South Africa, I had a fascination with being an on-camera personality and presenter."
After working on the e.tv show 20Something, you became broke. Take us through how you ended up where you are today.
"When my last show on e.tv came to an end, I had to start going to castings again. After some months of doing this, without any luck I got into a position where I couldn’t support myself financially any more.
"I then picked up a job at a call centre which could provide more of a stable income for me. While I was working there I took an interest in the actual process of filmmaking through YouTube. After a couple of months of saving I bought myself an entry level DSLR camera.
"I then shot anything and everything and after doing a couple free videos I eventually got into a position where I could actually charge for my work."
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