Somizi Mhlongo and Thembi Seete must leave the latest dance challenges to the 2ks

Somizi Mhlongo and Thembi Seete must leave the latest dance challenges to the 2ks

DStv’s longest-running singing competition Idols South Africa is coming to an end which will happen after it concludes production for its latest 19th season. However, the news is bittersweet for aspiring musicians who had wanted to use the platform to advance their aspirations.

This comes as it has been confirmed that the upcoming season will mark the final season of the show as it was cancelled following the 18th season. As reported at the time:

Idols SA has reached its end after being on our screens for 19 seasons! The show which airs on M-Net, will commence its 19th season which has been dubbed the ‘farewell season.’

Hopefuls for the Idols SA finale winner can start auditioning on February 12 when auditions commence.

Despite the news of the show’s end, it seems that current judges Somizi Mhlongo and Thembi Seete are using the final run to have fun. This comes after the two have come under scrutiny after attempting the latest 2k dance challenge to amusing results.

Somizi and Thembi Seete’s Ulazi Dance Challenge not make sure

Idols SA season 19 judges are already on set shooting scenes for the final season. However, that does not mean that judges cannot have fun during the down time. Somizi and Thembi Seete are entertainment legends who in the past have been praised for their dancing abilities.

However, it seems that when it comes to dance challenges that are created by the 2ks, the two might need to sit it out. This comes as social media is currently preoccupied by the Ulazi Dance Challenge. The dance challenge is credited to Bhathistar Black.

Since hitting the internet, the dance challenge has gone viral with the likes of Robot Boii and Kamo Mphela all taking part in the dance challenge.

But the real surprise came when Somizi and Thembi attempted to do the dance challenge and shared what looks like their first attempt on social media.
Safe to say, while Somizi tried his best, Thembi was definitely the weakest link in the video.

As such, social media shared their own comical reactions to Thembi’s attempt. On Instagram, fans quoted Thembi’s (f.y.i: The lyrics were actually rapped by Lebo Mathosa on the song) rap on It’s About Time.

On Twitter, the legend was given grace considering the history Thembi has had in advancing dance as a viable and lucrative career in the country through the once iconic Jika MaJika.

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