- Media personality Nomzamo Mbatha was recently interviewed on the American talk show, The Real
- The Coming 2 America actress flew the South African flag high and represented the country well on the show
- During her interview, she spoke about how her mother was super proud of her achievements
Nomzamo Mbatha recently appeared on The Real to discuss her new Coming 2 America movie. The KwaMashu-born actress looked absolutely stunning on the show.
She also spoke about how excited South Africans were of her on her major achievement in Hollywood. Hopefully this is the first of many.
Nomzamo uploaded the interview on to her Instagram profile.
Speaking on the US talk show, Zamo said:
“I’m still pinching myself… My mom cannot contain herself. If she could have a T-shirt with my name on it and ‘Coming 2 America’ at the back she would definitely be doing that right now, the country is so very proud to see their little Nubian princess and really can’t wait for the film to come out. I am a ball of nerves and I am so excited.”
Her co-star Jermaine Fowler also only had kind words about Nomzamo. He said:
“Being around Nomzamo was very beneficial. She’s just the coolest… she was just great and it helped me kind of ease into my role and our relationship in the film.”
Meanwhile Briefly.co.za previously reported that Nomzamo Mbatha has reportedly revealed that a man is the last thing on her mind. Sis expressed that she's busy securing the bag and a relationship will slow her down.
The former Isibaya thespian shared that she is focusing on her thriving acting career in the US. The stunner said having a boyfriend at this stage of her career is not on her plans. Nomzamo is busy promoting Coming 2 America these days.
The movie starring the likes of Eddie Murphy and Wesley Snipes, among others, is set to premiere in a few days' time.
The actress plays the role of Mirembe in the US movie. She told Isolezwe about her character of Mirembe:
"Mirembe is a lady who is proud of her culture and she also respects her roots."
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