But whilst viewers are excited to see a new season full of fashion, drama, and catfights, others claim there is something, or someone missing.
With news of the RHOD trending, Babes Wodumo’s name was thrown into the mix of celebrities viewers would love to see join the show.
The gqom singer and dancer have had her fair share of controversies over the years, most recently accusing Makhadzi of making a move on her husband Mampintsha.
The singer is also no stranger to reality TV, having starred alongside her hubby Mampintsha in the Showmax series Uthando Lodumo.
Celebrity blogger Musa Khawula asked viewers in a Twitter poll if Babes Wodumo should join the RHOD franchise. And he was met with a resounding “yes”.
Meanwhile, fans of the RHOD have voiced their disappointment that former cast member Ayanda Ncwane will not be returning to season two.
The businesswoman and widow of S’fiso Ncwane infamously quit the show after she claimed it tarnished the legacy of her late husband.
Fans have taken to Twitter to express their thoughts, many of whom claim they now have “no reason” to watch the show.
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