FUNGISAI Zvakavapano-Mashavave will on Sunday launch a reality show titled Keeping Up with the Church Person.
The show will focus on unscripted episodes in the singer’s private and professional life.
“I have got a reality television show entitled Keeping up with the Church Person. It was inspired by my calling to mentor young artists for the benefit of our children and also the need to connect with our audience in the comfort of their homes during the Covid-19 restrictions,” Fungisai said.
The first episode is likely to feature Andy Muridzo as a guest musician.
“I will be cooking, doing gardening and other household chores on the programme. I will also invite popular personalities in the country including fellow artists and we will discuss a number of issues behind the camera,” the Toita Zvedenga singer said.
Fungisai told this publication the show will run every Sunday on social media platform, Facebook for two months.
“We will run it for an initial two months but it’s my wish that it goes beyond the scheduled time and becomes a permanent feature on the Zimbabwean arts landscape. I want the show to be a source of inspiration to people across the board,” she said.
The mother of two boys and a girl (Tawananyasha 14, Matipanyasha 11, Wenyasha who is 8 respectively) likes to interact with her fans time and again. She also loves spending much of the time at her Harare home assisting with household chores.
Globally, reality shows such as Keeping Up with the Kardashians, Too Hot to Handle, We’re Here, Celebrity Watch Party, and Labour of Love among others have played a big role in entertaining and educating the audience in the comfort of their homes during this Covid-19 lockdown.