rhod halloween

The stars of RHOD all dressed up in Halloween costumes. Image via Instagram: @sorishanaidoo

‘RHOD’ Halloween: SA not so sure about the ladies’ costumes [photos]

The ladies of ‘RHOD’ recently got all dressed up for a Halloween party and not all of them managed to wow viewers!

rhod halloween

The stars of RHOD all dressed up in Halloween costumes. Image via Instagram: @sorishanaidoo

The Real Housewives of Durban stars have taken TV by storm as they share what it’s like to be a rich and fabulous woman navigating life on the east side of South Africa. In the latest episode of the second season of the Showmax reality TV show, the ladies all got dressed up in Halloween costumes for a party at Sorisha Naidoo’s house – and let’s just say, not everyone hit the ball out of the park.

RHOD stars bring out their inner scary for Halloween party

Besides the fact that it was a little weird watching reality TV stars wear Halloween costumes in March, it was quite fun to see what the stars of Real Housewives of Durban had to offer.

The women from the popular reality TV show, Nonku Williams, Jojo Robinson, Thobile Mseleku, Sorisha Naidoo, Nokanyiso Conco, Annie Ludick, and Londie London, all dressed up in their favourite costumes to celebrate Halloween at Sorisha’s home.

While Annie opted for sexy in her own twist of cartoon character Cruella DeVille, LaConco went for a scary look and wore an all-black ensemble with dark eyeshadow to match.

Jojo went for Batman’s Harley Quinn and killed the look with her hanging pigtails. MaKhumalo (Thobile) left many disappointed in her Little Red Riding hood fit that looked like a cocktail dress with not much to it.

Nonku killed her Cat Woman outfit while the host Sorisha and the show’s newcomer Londie London wore the same black outfit as Malificent – a Disney movie character.

Here’s what Tweeps thought of the looks:

@LekohD_ wrote:

“Now Watching #RealhousewivesofDurban ????????????.. and I’m loving it. The Halloween Party.”

@OfficialBongile said:


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