TV presenter shares presenting tips for Disney's first SA presenter search!

2015-06-02 07:00

Cape Town - With only 12 more days left to enter I (love) Violetta, popular youth presenter Ivana Morailane has just released another short film, this time sharing tips with viewers on how to make it to the top.

As a reminder, Disney Channel South Africa recently joined forces with one of the country’s most popular youth television presenter’s, Ivana Morailane, for its first ever local lifestyle show, I (love) Violetta.

The first South African Disney Channel local production, I (love) Violetta is a brand new companion series that will launch later in the year together with the all-singing, all-dancing third season of the hit telenovela Violetta on Disney Channel (DStv Channel 303).

Giving South African fans a front row seat to the excitement of the auditions, workshops and filming, Ivana Morailane will be taking viewers behind the scenes of I (love) Violetta later this year, through a series of short films to be hosted online. Ivana will lend her years of expertise and presenter know-how to aspiring young Disney Channel presenters, including tips on how to submit winning entries.

Once chosen, the three local presenters will co-host I (love) Violetta, which will re-live the best moments of recent Violetta episodes, anticipate what will happen next, discuss favourite characters and showcase choreography, fashion advice and more.

Be sure to catch Ivana online as she traverses the production from now until the premiere episode, including visiting the auditions, catching up with fans and celebrating this first for South Africa!

Entries for the first phase of the talent search are now open until 12 June. Disney fans aged between 13 and 18 years can log on to or to upload a photo or video to the site.

Fans can catch up on brand new episodes of Season 2 of Violetta on Disney Channel (DStv Channel 303) every weekday at 16:10, repeated at 19:30.

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