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Sea­son 3 Vuzu AMP (*103) 21:30 Sci-fi Episode 15 Vin­cent is forced to work with Cortez the an­cient vam­pire.

Why did you want to be a pre­sen­ter on YO.TV? I’ve been watch­ing it since I was five and it looked so cool! When the op­por­tu­nity came about af­ter my reign as Miss Teen World in May 2016, I grabbed it. It’s an ex­cit­ing new ex­pe­ri­ence and it’s been awe­some. How does the film­ing sched­ule af­fect your school­ing? I was at Craw­ford Col­lege in Sand­ton, Jo­han­nes­burg un­til 2015. From then, I chose to be home-schooled at the Bri­tish In­ter­na­tional Col­lege to fit in trav­el­ling, my so­cial re­spon­si­bil­i­ties for Miss Teen World and now as a pre­sen­ter. Ed­u­ca­tion will al­ways come first but work is chilled – it’s like talk­ing to peo­ple like me ev­ery day and I love talk­ing. The entertainment world is very dif­fer­ent and I have to learn to adapt but my ed­u­ca­tion is im­por­tant. When I fin­ish high school, I’d like to do a dou­ble ma­jor in law and ac­count­ing. That’s a world apart from the tele­vi­sion in­dus­try… It is, but math, ac­count­ing and num­bers are my thing! And who is your TV role model? Bo­nang Matheba (Af­ter­noon Ex­press, 2015cur­rent) is on my list in terms of lo­cal pre­sen­ters be­cause she takes things to the next level and I’ve al­ways tried to learn from her pre­sent­ing style. In­ter­na­tion­ally, Ryan Seacrest (Amer­i­can Idol pre­sen­ter from 2002-2016) be­cause he looks so nat­u­ral be­ing on tele­vi­sion – it’s ef­fort­less for him.

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