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Oh Sister: Gospel show serving sister drama

 "Oh Sister" premiere [Courtesy, Files Standard]

The world of reality TV has just gotten a little bit more heavenly, with the premiere of a new show “Oh Sister” featuring five local gospel stars. The ladies of the show, who looked absolutely stunning on the red carpet at the launch of the show are set to bring their talents and personalities to the small screen, giving audiences a glimpse into their lives both on and off the stage.

The show, titled “Oh Sister” follows the lives of YouTube sensation Milly wa Jesus, gospel musician Size-8 Reborn, artiste Nicah the Queen, hit maker Lady Bee and business woman Pricilla Ndanu  as they navigate the ups and downs of their careers and personal lives. From studio sessions and live performances to family gatherings and personal struggles, the show promises to offer a unique and intimate look into the lives of these talented and inspiring women.

At the private screening of Episode 1 which was held at a Nairobi hotel, the ladies of the show looked absolutely breathtaking. Dressed in their Sunday best, they graced the red carpet with elegance and grace, posing for photos and chatting with fans and media alike.

The first episode of the show kicked off with a bang, featuring an electrifying performance by the five gospel stars. Gospel Size-8 Reborn shares with us that she and husband DJ Mo are in the process of building a home together. She also talks about how her controversial marriage affects her saying “the whole of Kenya knows our drama, if it wasn’t for God in my life I don’t know how I would be able to handle it all.”

Drama also erupted when Nicah the Queen joined the ladies and their husbands at a dinner when Nicah showed up in a figure hugging number which Lady Bee deemed inappropriate. The altercation got so heated that the ladies had to step in and calm Lady Bee.

“Although God sees the heart, men sees with their eyes. As a woman of God you need to cover up. Even in church, you have to be mindful of others. That kind of dressing can distract the pastor,” Lady Bee warned.

"I’m young. When I get to your age I will cover up. For now let me be. Besides my curves will always show even in a dera,’’ Nicah the Queen hit back.

The ladies turned up to the launch with their husbands – and partners - on their arms escorting them.

All the ladies agreed that when it comes to being level-headed amidst the drama that they can be good business woman. Ndanu is married to the producer of the show Samuel Maina, who is a five-time Groove Awards Video Producer of the Year. 

All in all, “Oh Sister” promises to be a hit for gospel fraternity and, fans of the actresses and reality TV enthusiasts alike. If the premiere is anything to go by, viewers are in for a treat. “Oh Sister”, is set to premier on Maisha Magic Plus.


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