Afternoon Express wish list: Celebs we're dying to see take the hot seat

2015-04-30 20:00
AKA, Rolene Strauss, Jack Parow (Instagram)

Cape Town - With the announcement of their new talk show, Afternoon Express, Bonang, Jeannie D and Bonnie Mbuli have a lot going on...

So, we thought we would share with them our guest list of who we would like on their show. No pressure ladies, we'll be watching anyways, but here are our favourite celebs who we want to see next to you... 

Here's our top 5:

1. AKA

AKA is like our Kanye West. Honest, controversial and makes good music. The rapper doesn't hold back which gets on the good and bad of people. Plus, he has a baby on the way. We can't wait to see the #DoroKing in baby daddy action. 

#UnlockTheWorld ????

A photo posted by @akaworldwide on

2. Boris Kodjoe

We know Bonang has already interviewed the hunk on her radio show but the American actor is here till the end of May, so why not put four beautiful people on a couch together and take him around our beautiful city? 

3. Beatenberg

There is nothing better than listening to the six time SAMA award winning group. But besides their very successful year, we don't know much about this cute trio? #AreTheySingle?

Tonight. Cape Town Stadium. With One Direction. 45,000 Tickets Sold.

A photo posted by Beatenberg (@beatenberg_band) on

4. Rolene Strauss

She might not be the reigning Miss World for much longer, but we certainly won't forget that crowning moment. Can you imagine a couch with Bonang, Jeannie, Bonnie and Rolene? Talk about South Africa's most beautiful and supreme! #QueensAllRound

5. Jack Parrow 

Not only has the Afrikaans rapper recently got diamond grillz, he is also writing a book! The book is about all the trouble he has gotten in to, and we're sure those three ladies could get a sneak peek of all the wild stories the Belville native has to share. #LekkerEnFancy

Who would you like to see on Afternoon Express?

-The Juice

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