Last weekend I will very own celebrity gave us some stunning red carpet looks at the Royal Soapie Awards.
According to Zalebs media publication, last week the VMAs and The Met Gala gave us the amazing special moments that left us talking - but then to wrap up the weekend there was more, as our very own local celebrities also decided to give us some stunning red carpet looks at the event, The Royal Soapie Awards.
According to the publication the event was held at the Radisson Hotel and Convention Centre in Johannesburg this past weekend. On this event we got to see our finest actresses and actors who came together to celebrate their craft. The new drama that took home the most awards was Deep City, with many of its cast walking away with most of the awards.
Here are some of the red carpet looks that where present at the event, according to the publication these are some of those pictures that caught everyone's attention.
We can proudly say that our South African celebrities to have been showing some great red carpet moments when it comes to awards. Unlike in the past when you have to watch shows from another country swear by their feature they're all actors and actresses showcasing their outfits.
I take my hat off to all those who took away awards, these are some of the things that needs to be done that shows that our media personalities are recognised for their hard work and dedication.
According to my opinion, Thembi Seete is my number one option on all those dresses, kindly share your opinion on which dress caught your attention immediately when looking at all of them.
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