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‘Crown Chasers’: Who are the judges for Miss SA reality show?

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‘Crown Chasers’: Who are the judges for Miss SA reality show?

Meet ‘Crown Chasers’ judges Leandie du Rant and Lerato Kganyago, who will be judged by a celebrity guest each week

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The Miss SA organisation has revealed the judges for the Miss SA reality show, Crown Chasers on Tuesday 18 June.

WHO ARE THE ‘CROWN CHASERS’ JUDGES?

The Miss SA Organisation has revealed the judges for their reality show, Crown Chasers, which is hosted by reigning Miss SA Natasha Joubert. Crown Chasers will air on Saturdays on S3 (formerly SABC 3), from 29 June at 20:30. There will be six, sixty-minute-long episodes in the second season of the reality series.

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So, who are the judges?

Actress, presenter, voice artist, model, author and entrepreneur Leandie du Randt, who is returning for this season
Model, actress and media personality and Metro FM presenter Lerato Kganyago
The pair will be joined by a celebrity guest judge each week
Crown Chasers follows the Miss South Africa contestants, who are placed in real life scenarios that include challenges based on the four pillars of Miss South Africa – duty, championship, empowerment and beauty. A challenge winner will be chosen each week.

At the end of each episode, the judges will vote off one contestant, with the remaining contenders going through to participate in the live grand finale at the SunBet Arena at Time Square in Pretoria on 10 August.

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THE JUDGES WEIGH IN

Du Randt expressed that she is delighted to be returning to the series.

“It’s such an honour for me. I just love this reality show because it really gives those taking part the opportunity to see what will be expected of them if they are crowned Miss South Africa. The challenges and tests they are put through during the course of the show is a true test of what will be expected of them,” she said.

While Kganyago also matched Du Randt’s excitment.

“It feels absolutely amazing and surreal to be a resident judge for Crown Chasers. It’s like coming full circle for me, having taken part in pageants myself. Being part of a show that celebrates and empowers women is something I hold very close to my heart. I’m thrilled and humbled to help guide these incredible contestants on their journey. I hope that I will be bringing a lot to the show including my own experience as someone who’s been in their shoes. I understand the pressures and the dreams these women have. I’ll be there to offer support, honest feedback and a lot of heart. My goal is to help each contestant find their true potential and shine as their authentic selves,” she expressed.

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Alaa Hamdy

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