The Queen Welcomes New Faces Into The Family

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Mzansi Magic has confirmed on Monday that hottie TV actor Kay Sibiya has found a new home on it’s hit telenovela The Queen.

So far, his fate on the popular soapie Uzalo is not yet clear, but Kay alongside other actors including Patrick Ndlovu, Magic Hlatshwayo and Thembi Mtshali-Jones will grace your TV screens over the next few weeks.

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Kay Sibiya recently moved to Johannesburg to pursue his dreams and confirmed that he would be taking a break from his well-known role on SABC 1 soapie Uzalo.

“I’m not leaving the show (Uzalo), the issue is a logistical one. I’ve decided to move to Johannesburg to further my personal interests but the show requires that its cast film in KwaZulu-Natal. That means that my character will be off-screen for a short time while we discuss whether I can film in Johannesburg,” Kay said when asked about his future on Uzalo.



Though we can’t say much about Kay’s character on the show, but the star is expected to make his first appearance on Uzalo from next month.

The Queen stole the hearts of many when it made its debut last year. The news of the show, which broke out several weeks before it was aired, sparked off a lot of excitement. In anticipation, fans were glued to their seats on the appointed night to see if it would be as good as they made it look.

With a star-studded line-up of hotties like Senzo Ngqobe; Loyiso McDonald; Dineo Moeketsi; Bucie Nqwiliso; SK Khoza; Themba Ndaba; Natasha Thahane and Sello Maak Ka-Ncube; the show turned out to be everything viewers expected.

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Subsequently, it was raining praises on social media after the show. Both fans and celebrities took to social media to share their thoughts about the show. Several viewers were particularly impressed with the A-game Connie Ferguson brought to the show. Thus, they showered her with praises in that respect.