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BecomingMrsJones’ Documentary Special makes TV Rating History

South Africa’s golden girl, Minnie Dlamini is officially off the market! Well she has been for a while, and everyone knows this, but in case you have been living under a rock, now you also know. While the pictures of the 27-year old’s lavish traditional and white weddings to beau Quinton Jones last month, definitely left us all wishing we had got an invite, the couple’s documentary special is as close to the real thing as we are going to get to share in the couple’s special moments.

The three-part documentary special, which premiered on Friday 13 October, on Vuzu Amp, titled Becoming Mrs. Jones, gives South Africa an exclusive look into the rollercoaster of emotions and wedding hiccups that come with getting married. In the documentary, Minnie allows fans behind the scenes as she parties one last time as a bachelorette in Paris with her bridal team, prepares for her traditional Zulu wedding and ultimately the beautiful moment when Dlamini and Jones tie the knot and of course Minnie ends her journey of Becoming Mrs. Jones and takes on Being Mrs. Jones.

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It goes without saying that, the two out of three parts of the special that has already been aired have been a major hit. So of course, it came as no surprise when Vuzu Amp last week Thursday announced that the first part of the special had become its highest rated show in ever! The emotions, excitement and overall beauty showed as the couple prepares for their wedding in part one definitely captivated viewers, so much so that it broke VuzuTV’s rating history surpassing the ratings of Queen B’s reality show Being Bonang. Both Dlamini and fans alike met the announcement by Vuzu Amp, with pure joy and excitement, with Dlamini telling The Juice that she was both humbled and overwhelmed by the love and support of her fans.

Although rating details for the special have not been released, it is clear that Mrs Jones is still completely adored by Mzansi. With the special executively produced by Minnie herself under her own production company, the things Mrs Jones has to celebrate are only multiplying and we absolutely love that we are a part of these historic moments!

The final part of the Becoming Mrs Jones journey airs Friday October 27, at 19.30 on Vuzu Amp (DSTV 103) and is definitely not to be missed!

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