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Clash of the Choirs: Seen on Instagram

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11 February 2016
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Our seven celebrity choirmasters have shown their musical grit and versatility by taking ordinary South Africans with extraordinary talent, who didn't know each other, and molded them into seven solid choirs that have gotten Mzansi's attention and kept it. They've shown why they made the cut, but what makes them tick? Their Instagram accounst reveal much about the personalities of these musical heavyweights.

We all know the Kalawa Chikita Busiswa loves to cut a rug. Here she is showing off the latest dance craze that has swept the world: The dab.

Stumbo Stomp returns this February the 14th... I've been dabbin' on the shoots... #SABC1 #TheLooks #DivaOnTheGrind

A photo posted by Busiswa Gqulu (@kalawachikita) on




Sfiso Ncwane is seldom seen on our screens not wearing a suit. We all know his suit game can even rival Lawrence's, but did you know the Gospel superstar can also rock street style? He and his beautiful wife look so swagged out!

#TBT #TheNcwanes

A photo posted by Sfiso ncwane (@sfisoncwane) on




We all know iFani dances to the beat of his own drum. It's his quirkiness and ability to always take the road less travelled that has endeared him to his fans. He's also not shy to be his authentic, quirky self on Instagram, either. He imagined soaking in a jacuzzi in Cape Town, and he made it happen. And he took a picture to show us the power of imagination!




Speaking of soaking in a tub, Kelly Khumalo is not waiting for Valentines day and a "bae" to allow herself to feel spoiled. She is spoiling herself! Complete with chocolate and candles. That's just how Nokukhanya, the goddess of light does.




While many have made New Years' resolution to get fit and yet have not seen the inside of a gym, sultry singer and Eastern Cape choirmaster Bucie is actually making it happen, and giving all the ladies abs envy.




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