The South African idol beamed with excitement after she spotted an amazing sight when she was driving.
The artist, who could not contain her excitement alluded “What could be better than having your own show air this week on one of Mzansi’s most-watched channels?
Khumalo’s brand new and much-anticipated show, called Life With Kelly Khumalo , is set to be first aired this Thursday on Showmax.
According to local singer Kelly Khumalo , the only thing better is seeing a massive billboard on the side of the highway advertising your new show.
The celeb was so taken aback by the experience that she instantly posted a video of the billboard on her Instagram feed.
“What a time to be alive! @wandabaloyi thank you for being that friend who celebrates with me #LifeWithKellyKhumalo @showmaxonline wow I have no words,” she wrote.
Her followers took it to instagram and showered her with congratulatory messages.
Controversial singer Kelly Khumalo has opened her life to the world and will launch her first reality show called Life WIth Kelly Khumalo on Showmax.
The 13- episode series, which screens on August 6, is produced by BarLeader, the company behind Being Bonang , Somizi & Mohale: The Union , and 2020’s reality series, Kwa Mam’Mkhize .
She was a household name by the age of 21 and now with over 1.7m followers on Instagram alone. Kelly also won the Best Female Artist at the South African Music Awards in 2013, has sold millions of albums, and opened up a concert for Grammy winner, Missy Elliott.
In recent years, Khumalo has hogged headlines not just for her talent, but for her turbulent relationship with her son’s father, hip hop star Jub Jub; the conspiracy theories surrounding the death of her daughter’s father, Bafana Bafana captain Senzo Meyiwa; marriage to Chad Da Don and her recent ‘divorce’ from her sister, Zandie.
Although she has not officially made the announcement, according to Showmax the Life With Kelly Khumalo is an intimate glimpse at the woman behind the headlines.
“A single mother of two who is juggling parenting with the build-up to the release of not just her new album, Undithatha Kancinci, but also her first gin, appropriately titled Controversy – both threatened by South Africa’s unprecedented Covid-19 lockdown,” said Showmax publicist Kevin Kriedemann in a statement.