Thembisa Mdoda. (Photo: Tumelo Leburu)
Thembisa Mdoda is bidding farewell to the show after three
seasons as its presenter. Now the show has opened auditions to everyone for the
“Thembisa Mdoda’s contract has come to an end. We thank her
for her commitment and contribution to the success of OPW,” says Nondumiso
Mabece, Head of Publicity at M-Net Local Entertainment Channels.
“We are looking forward to the exciting journey the show
will be taking, opening up the platform for a hidden gem, a new face with
untapped talent. This is an opportunity not to be missed,” says Nondumiso.
However, in the meantime, Nomsa Buthelezi returns as the
host while OPW is looking for a new face. “The new presenter will need to have
a warm personality to match and the ability to connect with the viewers,”
The reality wedding show, which documents the real-life
journeys of ordinary South Africans as they create their perfect wedding day,
continues to own Sunday night viewing by creating weddings that keep South
Africans talking and now they’re looking for you.
Contestants must be 25 years old and upwards, should be
South African citizens with a valid South African ID. The potential presenter
will be auditioned by the producers and shortlisted for a second round of
auditions. A panel of judges will select the contestants that will battle it
out for the public vote in the final phase.
If you have what it takes to host Our Perfect Wedding, make
your way to the following venues:
Doors open at 08:00 – 18:00.