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Pictures of Real Life VS Acting: How does Uzalo actress Gugu Gumede aka MaMlambo do it

Still, to date, a lot of viewers are amazed by how actress Gugu Gumede who plays MaMlambo or Hlengiwe on popular TV drama series Uzalo, is able to act and completely look the opposite of how she looks in the real world. In the show, she appears like an all grown woman in her late 40s, but in life, she is a sweet, fresh, and young woman who looks absolutely gorgeous.

Gugu Gumede has compiled a few of Gugu’s snaps to reveal how totally different these two characters, MaMlambo, and Gugu Gumede look. The key question here is, how is she able to do it because as far as it looks, it should be so challenging, just the sense of balancing the two.

Gugu Gumede

In real life, the actress looks so hot that she is a type of woman every man would die for. She has a great taste in fashion and you can tell from her social media posts, how she dresses, makeup on-point, and all the praise to her nicely build body.

Gugu Gumede

Unlike when she is acting, all the time she is seen in her grown women gowns, no makeups, and she is really good at portraying a grown-woman behavior. You know what? thumbs up to Hleng-hleng, like she is called by Nkunzi, LOL!

In other news – Dineo Langa thought The Fergusons were Family, here are a few sweet moments of them together – Pictures

Some few days ago Mbare Times published that actress Dineo Langa (nee Moeketsi) was fired from one of Mzansi’s most viewed television soapie, The Queen, reportedly after asking for a three-month break to shoot a movie.

Dineo Moeketsi and Connie Ferguson

However, a showrunner at Ferguson Films, Lauren Nell has come out to address the reports that Dineo was fired. “Her contract was not terminated. She is still on payroll until the end of May. Dineo was released to go and shoot her movie. Scripts had to be rewritten to accommodate this as she was on an ‘A’ storyline. She was scheduled to return in April, but due to the lockdown, everything has changed. All cast and crew contracts end at the end of May”, she said. continue reading

Source: Mbare Times