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2022-01-21 10:28:00 PM

Idols SA says goodbye to Randall Abrahams and Unathi Nkayi IdolsSA

Mzansi Magic (DStv 161) and [SIC] Entertainment revealed that Randall Abrahams and Unathi Nkayi will not be judges for the upcoming 18th season of the reality singing competition.

Judges Somizi, Randall Abrahams and Unathi. (Photo supplied: Mzansi Magic)In an unexpected announcement on Friday afternoon, Mzansi Magic (DStv 161) and [SIC] Entertainment revealed that Randall Abrahams and Unathi Nkayi will not be judges for the upcoming 18th season of

Idols SA.  "The channel will not be renewing their contracts with for the upcoming season of the popular singing show," Shirley Adonisi, M-Net director for local entertainment channels, told the media.She added;"We are taking a fresh approach to the judging panel to retain audiences and stay competitive in the Sunday night timeslot.

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Subscribers can listen to this article Judges Somizi, Randall Abrahams and Unathi. (Photo supplied: Mzansi Magic) In an unexpected announcement on Friday afternoon, Mzansi Magic (DStv 161) and [SIC] Entertainment revealed that Randall Abrahams and Unathi Nkayi will not be judges for the upcoming 18th season of Idols SA .   "The channel will not be renewing their contracts with for the upcoming season of the popular singing show," Shirley Adonisi, M-Net director for local entertainment channels, told the media. She added;"We are taking a fresh approach to the judging panel to retain audiences and stay competitive in the Sunday night timeslot. "We salute these great icons of South African entertainment and thank them both for great innings on Idols. Randall and Unathi have demonstrated high levels of professionalism and made an impact on the South African entertainment scene that will continue to be felt for some time to come. We wish them well in their endeavours." The exit of long-serving Randall and Unathi comes after Somizi Mhlongo departed the show in 2021 following serious allegations of physical abuse. The show hit a massive ratings slump shortly after.  Auditions for season 18 start on Sunday, 23 January. We live in a world where facts and fiction get blurred In times of uncertainty you need journalism you can trust. For only R75 per month , you have access to a world of in-depth analyses, investigative journalism, top opinions and a range of features. Journalism strengthens democracy. Invest in the future today.