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Season five of Somizi’s reality TV show is scheduled to premiere soon.

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Season five of Somizi’s reality TV show is scheduled to premiere soon.

Media personality Somizi Mhlongo has spoken briefly about the return of his reality series ‘Living the Dream With Somizi’.

 

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Avid viewers of Somizi Mhlongo’s reality TV series Living the Dream With Somizi will be treated to yet another season of the hit show.

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SOMIZI ON ANOTHER SEASON OF HIS REALITY SHOW

The show, which premiered its first season in 2026, is returning for a fifth season – according to ZiMoja.

Speaking about the show, the former Idols SA judge said: “I can’t wait for everyone to see what we’ve been working on,” he said.

Somizi continued: “We’ve put so much heart and soul into this season, and I think it’s going to be our best one yet.”

NEW MAN?

Fans will be eager to see more if the dancer and actor’s alleged new man. This comes after Somizi hinted at being in a new relationship last month.

Sharing images in his Instagram, the Sarafina! alum wrote: “2023 how it started on the @travelbellasa cruise, 2024 how it’s going 2024 @mofana_senne.”

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However, when fans cautioned him to to rush into a new raltionshio, Somizi quickly commented, “Some of you are forward who said we are dating.”

He proceeded to share another post with the caption: “Thingisani. Season 2 [Get your outfits ready for another wedding]”.

DIVORCE FROM MOHALE

Somizi was previously married to Mohale Motaung after proposing at the Eiffel Tower in Paris, France, in 2018. The pair had their traditional wedding in September 2019, followed by their lavish white wedding in January 2020 which aired on Showmax.

Speculation about the couple heading for divorce began in 2021 when Mohale sent shockwaves around the country when he made allegations of abuse against Somizi in an explosive leaked audio. In the audio, he said the abuse dated back to as early as three weeks into their relationship.

Somizi later sent a summons for divorce to Mohale, noting they were married in community property under customary law.

However, in March last year, Somizi withdrew his divorce summons against Mohale and paid his legal fees. This after the 26-year-old denied entering into a “valid customary [marriage] on 28 September 2019”.

Somizi’s legal representatives said that they obtained expert opinion clarifying the existence of the marriage that revealed “not all customs were complied with.”

Addressing the abuse claims, they said: “We know about the abuse allegations, but our client has denied all along and still denies.”

 

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