Mzansi Actress Nomzamo Mbatha Is Set to Appear on 'The Real' Soon

Mzansi Actress Nomzamo Mbatha Is Set to Appear on 'The Real' Soon

- Nomzamo Mbatha is making waves in the US and is set to appear on The Real alongside her co-star

- The actress moved to the US and now there are high hopes for her career as she makes it in Hollywood

- Mzansi is delighted for Nomzamo and how focused she is on making the most out of her acting

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US-based Mzansi actress Nomzamo Mbatha is going to be on the popular American talk show, The Real. Nomzamo is going to be dropping some tea alongside the hosts of the show, Loni Love, Adrienne Bailon and Tamera Mowry-Housley.

Nomzamo is set to appear on The Real on 3 March 2021. The talk show dropped the news on Twitter and will also be having a number of other guests lined up to be on the programme.

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Nomzamo will be appearing alongside Jermaine Fowler, who is also in Coming 2 America. Fans are waiting in anticipation to see what Nomzamo will be talking about on the show.

Mzansi actress Nomzamo Mbatha is set to appear on 'The Real' soon
Nomzamo Mbatha is doing the most in the US and is going to be on 'The Real'. Image: @nomzamo_m
Source: Instagram

Nomzamo has been told that she's going to be the next big thing in Hollywood so the news comes as no surprise. Sis has been making big moves in her career and is in the Coming 2 America film alongside Eddie Murphy.

The actress is super focused on her career and has even said that she doesn't want to be in a romantic relationship or entanglement right now. Nomzamo is focused and is making the most out of her time in the US.

The former Isibaya actress started her career off by auditioning to become an MTV Base VJ but she's now on an entirely different level.

Briefly.co.za previously reported that Nomzamo Mbatha helped to raise $10m for disadvantaged children. Nomzamo Mbatha is the gift that keeps on giving. The actress has recently helped raise $10 million (R147 million) for marginalised children through the CottonOn foundation.

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Taking to Instagram, Nomzamo shared a video that expressed how grateful she is. Nomzamo was super excited in the video and she started off by saying that she has some very good news. She captioned her post:

"As you can see, I CANNOT hide my joy. Service is at the core of our being and purpose."

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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