Candice Modiselle’s acting gig with ‘The Queen’ ends


Candice Modiselle’s acting gig with ‘The Queen’ ends

Candice Modiselle’s acting gig with ‘The Queen’ ends

Candice Modiselle has taken to her social media to pay tribute her co- The Queen stars as she bid final farewell.

Taking to Instagram, the star shared a lengthy writeup expressing how excited she’s to have worked with amazing people for the show.

“One of life’s greatest blessings is waking up and doing what you love. It’s even greater when you’re in the company of people that respect, honor and appreciate the CRAFT the way you do. Moments where you just show up, commit, give without ceasing and learn without ego. I thank God for the joy of storytelling and opportunities where I leave far more enriched than when I entered,” she shared.

She mentioned that her character has seemingly ended on the Mzansi Magic’s telenovela.

Modiselle recently joined the show and she portrays the character of Mbali Tau.

“To say it’s a pleasure being back on Mzansi’s screens would be an understatement, more so on a show that’s widely loved and celebrated. Thank you @ferguson_films for betting on me,” she shared.

Modiselle also went ahead to praise her fellow cast in the likes of Jessica Nkosi and SK Khoza, for their warming reception when she joined the show and how they motivated her to bring life to her character.

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