Reality TV has definitely boomed in Mzansi. From the real OGs like Bonang Matheba and Papa Penny, celebrity reality TV shows are the new merchandise.
While reality TV started on an international platform with the likes of the Kardashian’s, Mzansi celebrity families have been showing the world that they too are world following around with cameras all day.
Choosing to put your whole life on screen is not an easy choice but for some celebrities it allowed them to be transparent and own their lives, like Boity Thulo.
In celebration of the awesome celebrities who have opened their doors and let fans in, we take a look at six Mzansi celeb reality TV shows that sparked in 2020:
Shauwn is one reality TV mogul that knows a thing or two about life. Watching her and her family has been an absolute pleasure and has thrust Shauwn into stardom.
2. Life With Kelly Khumalo
Kelly has had a drama-filled life if which she has never tried to hide. Opening up on TV is something Kelly felt empowered by and the people of Mzansi couldn’t wait.
3. Khanyi Reloaded: Always Rise
Khanyi is a boss babe worth watching. Getting a glimpse into her boujee life is something every Khanyi fan dreamed of.
4. Boity: Own Your Throne
Ah, Boity is a total sweetheart. Getting to see inside her everyday life just made fans love her even more. Boity’s transparency has been appreciated and it allowed her to grow in ways she didn’t even know she needed to.
5. Lebo M: Coming Home
South African producer and composer Lebo M got Mzansi excited over his new reality show. Lebo, whose full name is Lebohang Morake started a show called Lebo M - Coming Home on Showmax. Fans absolutely love it.
6. The Way Ngingakhona
Inno Matijane let fans into his life and there was a lot to be learnt. Inno let peeps into a lot of personal stuff, like his relationship with his father among other things.
Briefly.co.za previously reported that Boity Thulo opened up further on the reservations she had, and still has, on having her own reality TV show – privacy is so important.
Boity sat down with DRUM magazine and told them all the things that scare her about having a reality TV show.
Boity revealed that she was asked to do a reality TV show many times but that she declined in fear of her life being exposed in a way she didn’t want it to be.
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