Zahara wants to sign Idols SA twins if they don’t win

Zahara is a big fan of the twins.

Idols SA twins Viggy and Virginia Qwabe have captured the hearts of Mzansi with their undeniable talent, and Zahara is ready to take them under her wing if they don’t end up winning the show.

The pair have performed several songs by Zahara during their journey on Idols SA so far this season, and speaking to TshisaLIVE this week Zahara said she had been watching and was super impressed.

She said the pair had opened for her at a show in 2017, later sharing a picture of their meeting on social media.

Zahara said she was proud of their growth so far and wanted to sign them up.

“They must relax. If they don’t win Idols SA, I am here. They will still tell their story. They will still sing. I will take them under my wing. I want to sign them. They are brilliant, they can really sing. I want them on my record label.”

The musician said that not everyone could win the show and she didn’t want the twins’ talent to go to waste.

“They can sing. They are unique but there is so much talent. I know that not everyone can win. In my eyes they are already going to win, but if they don’t, I am here.”

Zahara Makes A Promise To The Idols Twins

Zahara promises to help Idols Twins Viggy and Virginia Qwebe If they don't win

Twins Viggy Qwebe and Virginia Qwebe have hogged headlines since making history by both making it into the top 17, which was a first for Idols.

The pair have appeared on the cover of Drum magazine talking about how they were derided on social media, being called ugly. Now they have secured a place in the top 10 don’t seem to be slowing down.

“I’ve never seen a talented person not make it to Idols because they were called ugly. Talent counts- beauty can be bought,” Virginia This after the Loliwe hit maker posted a picture of herself with the twins and captioned it: “They opened for me 2017 wow wow look at God now, if you guys don’t win at idols I’m here I will help you to tell your story”.

Hlengiwe Survives A Horrific Car Accident

The horrific car accident, which left Hlengiwe Mhlaba hospitalized, happened in Melmoth, northern Zululand. The gospel start was travelling to Ermelo, Mpumlanga, where she was booked to perform.

Family spokesperson, Nkululeko Khanye, said Hlengiwe’s car rolled car rolled when she tried tried to avoid an oncoming vehicle that was driving towards her.

Hlengiwe sustained serious internal injuries and was admitted at a hospital in Empangeni, Kwa-Zulu-Natal, where she is under doctors supervision.

“On Saturday it was very wet when the incident happened. Hlengiwe saw a car that was driving straight towards her and tried to avoid it but lost control and the car rolled.” – Nkululeko told Sowetan Live.

“We ask the nation to continue to pray for her speedy recovery as well ,” Khanye said.


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