Sho Madjozi Recreates 'Bridgerton' Series, Gives Show a Village Twist

Sho Madjozi Recreates 'Bridgerton' Series, Gives Show a Village Twist

- Sho Madjozi is among the millions of people who have fallen in love with Netflix's hit series Bridgerton

- The star recently decided to make a video where she gives the British period romance a bit of an African twist

- Madjozi recreated the trailer for the show frame-by-frame while she was in Tanzania and the star absolutely nailed it

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It seems that not even South African celebs are immune to the charms of Netflix's hit show, Bridgerton.

Sho Madjozi recently showed her appreciation for the series by filming a brand new trailer, frame-by-frame, but with an African twist.

The star is currently in Tanzania, in a Maasai village called Lerai, which she used as the setting for her 'village spin' on the British period romance.

Sho Madjozi recreates Bridgerton series

Sho Madjozi recreated the 'Bridgerton' series trailer and put an African spin on it.
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Madjozi went all out for her skit and enlisted the help of a whole lot of people to body-double as the characters from the now-iconic show.

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The hitmaker also said in her caption that the video doubled as a bit of publicity for the Ngorongoro conservation area where Lerai is situated. She wrote:

"Life in the Ngorongoro conservation area where there’s room for both wildlife and people. Like this Maasai village called Lerai which makes a living from welcoming tourists. They asked me to tell my friends about them so they can get more visitors. So, my friends... WELCOME TO #BRIDGERTON #tanzaniaunforgettable"

Check out Madjozi's fantastic video below: previously reported on the hit show being watched by a record number of Netflix users and getting the go-ahead for another season.

Bridgerton has been renewed for a second season following a record-breaking debut on the streaming giant Netflix.

The series, a period romance based on a collection of eight books by writer Julia Quinn, has managed to become the most-watched episodic television release in the streamer's history.

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Netflix reported that the show had been watched by 82 million households in its first month of being on the service.

The show was produced by Shondaland, an American television production company that was founded by writer-producer Shonda Rhimes. Rhimes was the creative force behind hits like Grey's Anatomy and How To Get Away With Murder and her production company can add Bridgerton to their list of hits. previously reported on the breakout star of Bridgerton Rege-Jean Page and the career and experiences the actor had prior to his role on the hit show.

He is known to many as the Duke of Hastings, Rege-Jean Page has shared a candid story about his personal life, disclosing what got him into the movie industry and plans he has for the future.

Rege, who grew up in Zimbabwe, gave an exclusive interview with InStyle magazine where he revealed that growing up, he questioned everything that came his way and looking for answers. He said:

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''Looking at the world, interpreting it, and throwing it back at people and saying, "Hey, here's what I see. Is this who we are? I have no idea who I am, but maybe I can work it out if I yell it loud enough, and you yell back at me."

He also shared how he got into the movie industry as an actor sharing how his first roles were all about slavery and pain as a black man that he got to a point where he vowed that the next role he would book would be about showing black excellence and success.

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