- Mihlali Ndamase just bagged her first big TV hosting gig
- Mihlali revealed that her hosting gig and that she will be co-hosting alongside Moshe Ndiki and Somizi Mhlongo-Motaung
- Fans took to the comment section to wish Mihlali luck and to congratulate her on this awesome gig
Mihlali Ndamase just bagged her first big TV hosting gig and she could not be more excited about it. Our gurl is levelling up and making waves in her career.
Announcing the awesome news, Mihlali revealed that her hosting gig is for Buyel’Ekhaya Music Festival and she will be co-hosting alongside Moshe Ndiki and Somizi Mhlongo-Motaung.
“My first ever TV hosting gig, so looking forward to be having the time of my life at the Buyel’Ekhaya Music Festival nge 26 December on Mzansi Magic, Channel 161 at 21:30.
Will you be joining me #Bantubasekhaya? You better be Partying face#BuyelEkhaya2020.”
Fans took to the comment section to wish Mihlali luck and to congratulate her on this awesome gig. It is always nice to see deserving celebs get awesome breaks like this.
“I mean you already had the celebrity status but this Gig must officiate your infinity final stone beyond influencer title. You're a big deal for sure mamas!”
“Excited to see this, congratulations mama ”
“Thus won’t miss if for the world sana! Will record even.”
“Congratulations can't wait ”
“We'll be definitely tuning in❤️”
Mihlali Ndamase is one of South Africa's celebrities who became popular because of her makeup tutorials on YouTube. She has a passion for skincare products, make-up, as well as beauty, and this granted her the opportunity to work with major brands like MAC Cosmetics, Urban Decay, Benefit Cosmetics, Samsung, NYX Professional makeup, and Aldo. As a professional make up artist, Ndamase is presently under MAC training.
Moreover, her story would not be complete without mentioning the fact that after she was born, her grandmother raised her in a small town in KwaZulu Natal province known as Kokstad in South Africa.
Briefly.co.za previously reported that opening her Instagram account and starting her YouTube channel, Mihlali Ndamase did not have the intention of becoming an influencer.
Things just happened so quickly, which in turn gave others the impression that it is super easy to do. Mihlali has come out to set the record straight. The assumption people have that it just takes a photo here and there are living in a dream world.
The whole concept is not as easy as it looks. Mihlali said that people are only looking at the end product and not taking into consideration what happens behind the scenes.
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