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5 Celebrities With Dope Dance Moves

Music unites us as a nation as it sees no color, gender or tribe. Local celebrities also take some time off their busy schedules to unwind and let their hair down. Not all of them are blessed with the ability to match Beyoncé on the dance floor though, but there are some who can give Mrs Carter a run for her money. We have decided to bring to you only a few and you can chose your favorite.

1. Bonang Matheba

Bonang has some amazing dancing skills.  Back then when he was presenting Live,she entertained viewers with her excellent moves. The talented TV host also recently took to her IG post to share a video of herself dancing to her Bae’s hit track ‘The World Is Yours.’

2. Khanyi Mbau

Khanyi Mbau is undoubtedly the queen of dance. YouTube is decorated with videos of the queen of bling doing her thing. from Strictly Come Dancing to random parties, she leaves those watching her in awe.  She will use any opportunity to dance, one such being dancing to her friend Somizi’s brand new car

3. Somizi

Choreographer Somizi is one talented man.He may be a reality TV star, Idols judge and now Metro FM DJ, but Somizi’s roots are in dance. As a well-known choreographer, Somizi has cemented his name in the entertainment industry putting together routines for the soccer world cup, Miss SA pageants and even music concerts


4. Babes Wodumo

Babes Wodumo sure knows how to set the stage on fire. She is one artists who does not need back up dancers as she is more than capable to kill it herself. Her gorgeous well toned body also does her justice when she serenades her fans on those skimpy numbers.

5. Bontle Modiselle

Not only is she beautiful, Actress and TV presenter Bontle Modiselle is undoubtedly one of the best dancers among local celebrities. She has a number of dance videos on Instagram and they all get a positive review from her fans. Her videos are enough reasons she became the main lead in the dance movie.

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