Kayise Ngqula started her rule as the host of Our Perfect Wedding encompassed by family and dear friends on sunday.
The new TV sensation steered of a standout amongst the most watched and discussed neighborhood programs, right away impelling her to fame.
Ngqula facilitated a thanksgiving supper outside Johannesburg and watched her introduction scene screened. She was generally welcomed by watchers.
“I’m feeling nervous in a good way,” she said a few hours before the programme aired. “I’m confident with my first episode. What needs to come through will come through in terms of what the host should be to the couple, and to the viewer.”
Ngqula said there had been a considerable measure of fervor as this was her first time at work.
“The story is also special. The couple met a year ago and are getting married, [it] just goes to show how love has no boundaries.”
Ngqula wished she talked more vernacular than English however. “At the back of my mind I had to remind myself that OPW is more black dominated and I should speak less English, but it’s okay, the viewers know the language.
“There will be more vernacular as the episodes continue, it’s not a Xhosa or a Zulu show, it’s South African.”
Ngqula assumed control from Lerato Zah Moloi who displayed around four scenes after Nomsa Buthelezi and the ever-prominent Thembisa Mdoda.
Ngqula said she facilitated the thanksgiving gathering for the individuals who upheld her from the time she was in the OPW moderator seek rivalry she won a year ago.
She is likewise grappling with the rebuffing scgedule that accompanies the reality show. “There is no getting used to the travelling; it can get tedious and draining … but I love what I do. I always prioritise the reason why I’m there.”