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How are we in September!? This year has flown by! No complaints because I don't mind saying goodbye to Winter and hello to Spring.

Work has been busy with exciting content to share over on this side. Expect some interesting behind-the-scenes stories about up-coming interviews and feature stories. Stay tuned!
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Happy Spring everyone!

2016 Grammys Fashion

I was quite disappointed to not have seen some of my favourites at the 2016 Grammys – mainly Nicki Minaj, of course. I mean, even Rihanna had to cancel her performance on the day due to becoming really sick. They may have not been there, but the awards show was still great. A bit lackluster in some aspects but overall enjoyable.

I quite enjoyed everyone realising how wonderful Demi Lovato is and what a great voice she had. Lady Gaga gave us 2012 flashbacks with her David Bowie inspired outfit and can we have a moment for #Taylena (Taylor and Selena) going together to the show?

There were so many lovely looks on the evening, here are some of my favourites from the night!

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Nicki Minaj is coming to South Africa

Remember that time I freaked out when Nicki Minaj was heading to SA for a music festival that never happened? Well, forget it. THE QUEEN IS OFFICIALLY COMING TO SOUTH AFRICA - and this time I'm 100% certain the event get cancelled because it's her The Pinkprint Tour! If you know me - or don't - chances are you are quite aware of my insane love for Onika Tanya Maraj. To this day, my love for her still puzzles many but I don't care. From makeup to nail polish to her perfumes, I literally own every piece of merchandise and album imaginable. Nicki is pretty much the only artist I so religiously spend my time and money on and have done since I was in high school back in 2009 (prior to her official 2010 debut). From Mixtape Minaj to worldwide Nicki, I've been through every sage of her career and...

Best South African Interviews

I always get asked about who is my favourite person to interview. The truth is, everyone is. There's always someone who brings a little charm and fun to the table (except for that one fashion designer I adored who gave me one word answers - shame on you). I always enjoy each and every interview but of course some stand out a bit more than others. Due to the amount of incredible individuals and groups I've interviewed from across the globe and back to Africa, I decided to divide this into two parts: local and international. I hope you enjoy reading this first instalment which focuses on our awesome local names making us proud and inspiring us each day! Debora Patta: of course. Did you guys expect anything less from me? My fist ever interviewee remains my favourite. From shaking due to nerves and somehow not making too many mistakes, Debora was...