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In pics – Somizi’s Gown that got people talking on #IdolsSA


Somizi Mhlongo is not shy to boast about his success, often showing off his designer luggage and outfits. But don’t think they always come easy. One thing about Somgaga is that he doesn’t have to try too hard to be different, he is naturally unique. It seems if the Idols SA judge isn’t cooking up a good dish, he is busy mixing and matching clothes


Somgaga’s glam squad was hard at work to make sure he looked like every bit the fashion diva. Somizi is larger than life and it only makes sense that everything else about him reflects his big personality. His fashion, shoes and even his hair speak volume and today we chronicle the fabulous personality’s hair journey in all its colours and styles.

Media personality and all-around inspiration Somizi Mhlongo has been living his dream for several years now. Between attending red carpet events, getting engaged and filming his own reality show, Somizi has proven that aspirations can become reality with a lot of hard work and plenty of fun in between. When you’re dripping with this much sauce, your life has to be amazing, right?


He was wearing a fancy Red Gown, could this be his wedding gown or its just Somizi being Somizi with Fashion. We must admit he looked glamorous and talk about the Makeup he was on fire. Thumbs up to his make up artist for doing a fabulous job and making him look like a million dollar babe.

In other news – Vatiswa Ndara has denied claims that she is targeting the Fergusons

Veteran actress Vatiswa Ndara has denied that she was out to attack Connie and Shona Ferguson when she spoke of the treatment she allegedly received at Ferguson Films in her open letter on alleged exploitation in the industry.

Vatiswa Ndara

In a six-page letter to sports, arts and culture minister Nathi Mthethwa last week, Vatiswa made reference to an offer she was made by Ferguson Films for the third season of popular drama series iGazi. She then detailed why these conditions were problematic. Read more