Who wants to be a mil­lion­aire?

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Why go by car when you can take a he­li­copter? The launch of the oh-so-ex­clu­sive an­nual Tsogo Sun Roulette Masters tour­na­ment saw Jozi’s crème de la crème ar­rive at Gold Reef City by he­li­copter be­fore head­ing to Sil­ver­star Casino in Mul­der­s­drift, Mon­te­casino in Four­ways and then back to Gold Reef City – play­ing rounds of roulette, and be­ing wined and dined at each stop. The pho­tos taken by celebri­ties while we were in the air trended on Twit­ter for hours on Thurs­day, dented only by Kanye West’s fam­ily dra­mas.

Talk about ad­dic­tive. By the end of the night, the stakes were high, as celebs were re­ally get­ting into the game. So­cialite and for­mer blog­ger Lelo B, Diski Diva and Big Brother con­tes­tant Katlego “Kat” Mo­hoad­uba, Twit­ter’s no­to­ri­ous Pigspot­ter Cliff and jour­nal­ist Bianca Nkomo banked a spot to the fi­nal celebrity face-off. Kat was the big win­ner in the end.

But did she have the most fun? Not if you ask Top Billing pre­sen­ter Jonathan Boyn­ton-Lee and Se­li­math­unzi pre­sen­ter Siph­e­sihle Vazi, who headed straight for a ride on the Tower of Ter­ror. One of them – I won’t men­tion any names – vowed never to do it again.

The pro­fes­sional gam­bling tour­na­ment will run un­til March 19 and the win­ner will bank R1.5 mil­lion in cash. Nice job if you can get it.

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