If there is anything you are guaranteed on the Real Housewives of Durban, it is definitely drama. It seems like one of the six stars of the show is tired and has decided to call it quits to move on to new adventures.
Entertainment reporter Phil Mpela recently revealed that if the show got renewed for the second season, Kgomotso Ndungane will no longer be part of the cast of the show. She revealed this in an interview with TrueLove magazine.
The first season of the show has come to an end and we can all agree that it was packed with the most drama, fun, happy and sad moments, but overall it was a good show. Now everyone is leaving to continue with other commitments that they had.
“It was great to be part of the show, meeting the ladies and the production team as a whole. Its been a great experience. The plan for me was to do one season, and move on to something else”, Kgomotso told TrueLove magazine.
Phil Mphela also reported that the start will not even make it to the reunion special of the Real Housewives of Durban. The reunion is said to be coming soon and will be hosted by South Africa radio and television personality Phat Joe.
People on Twitter did not seem to be bothered with Kgomotso’s exit. One person felt that she was not going to attend the reunion because she was embarrassed to answer to some of her actions during the season.
Whether the show will air with just five women as the cast, or there will find a replacement for Kgomotso remains unanswered. How do you feel about Kgomotso’s exist from the Real Housewives of Durban? Leave a comment and let us know.
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