Celeste Ntuli, best known for playing Siphokazi on Isibaya, showed off on Instagram how much weight she has lost. Her fans were blown away by her dance moves, but that was not surprising since they know how vibrant and full of life she is.
Her fans may not be aware that she exercises. Still, from the videos she posted on Instagram, she has become accustomed to it quickly because she is seen performing numerous skips without flinching. She also participated in the popular tik tok challenge known as the “hamba wena challenge” as part of her exercise regimen. Speaking in the videos, she urged viewers to attend her comedy show on November 25 at Qgeberha Boardwalk casino, saying that she was doing all of this to promote it.
Well-known media figures couldn’t stop laughing at Celeste and found her random exercises and dance moves hilarious. Others complimented her and said they could tell she was losing weight and looked terrific, saying she shouldn’t stop what she was doing.
The famous South African comedian Celeste Ntuli is, without a doubt, one of the least troublesome stars in the nation. Her career took off when she was cast in a Netflix comedy series, and she became a global sensation. People have questioned Celeste Ntuli’s age because of her dynamic and boisterous stage presence. Some of her fans began to wonder how old the comedian was. Celeste recently participated as a panellist in a roast of Khanyi Mbau. One topic arose while the other panellists were making fun of her. In the eyes of the outside world, Celeste’s love life was practically nonexistent. One of her friends even went so far as to mock that she has never been married in real life while playing a married woman in the television series Isibaya.
Ntuli was the sixth child in a family of eight when she was born in Empangeni on August 25, 1978, 44 years ago. Celeste Ntuli‘s family moved to Durban when she was very young, and she continued her education there at the Durban University of Technology. Her television career didn’t begin until 2009, following her participation in the So You Think You Are Funny competition. Ntuli became the first woman to record the DVD Seriously, a one-woman show. Big stages like the Blacks Only showcase and the South African Comic Choice Awards have featured her. After the premiere of the only Jokes Allowed show on Netflix, Celeste’s career expanded internationally. She solidified that by performing at a sold-out performance at the Leicester Square Theatre in the UK in February of this year.