Motsi and Oti Mabuse: Sisters look glamorous in London

“Let's Dance” juror Motsi Mabuse (43) and her sister Oti Mabuse (33) rocked the red carpet at the BAFTA TV Awards.

Motsi and Oti Mabuse: Sisters look glamorous in London

“Let's Dance” juror Motsi Mabuse (43) and her sister Oti Mabuse (33) rocked the red carpet at the BAFTA TV Awards. When the British television awards were presented on Sunday evening (May 12th) at the Royal Festival Hall in London, the two sisters were there again - and even had every reason to celebrate.

The Mabuse sisters are known in Great Britain from the BBC show "Strictly Come Dancing", the British counterpart to "Let's Dance". Motsi Mabuse has been on the jury there since 2019, Oti was there as a professional dancer. The dance show won the BAFTA for best entertainment show. “The Crown” star Dominic West (54) announced the winner in the category.

Even before the awards ceremony, Motsi and Oti Mabuse were in great spirits on the red carpet, laughing and posing arm in arm for the photographers and hinting at air kisses. Both women showed a lot of leg - because they wore elegant, high-slit robes. While Motsi Mabuse wowed in a black and white patterned dress with long batwing sleeves, her sister opted for a satin combination all in black. The off-shoulder top resembled a bow, the skirt had a high slit and shimmering sequins. In her Instagram story, "Let's Dance" juror Motsi Mabuse took her followers to the event and raved about a photo with her sister: "The best date ever."

The Mabuses already made a name for themselves at the BAFTAs last year. At the time, the 43-year-old revealed that she had been preparing for the glamorous evening for weeks. "Many thanks to my team for always having everything under control! It was an intensive 3 weeks

By the way, Sarah Lancashire (59) was named best actress this year for her role as Sergeant Catherine Cawood in the BBC series "Happy Valley - In a Small Town". Jasmine Jobson (29) received the award for best supporting actress in “Top Boy”, the series was also honored as best drama series. Timothy Spall (67) won best actor in “The Sixth Commandment” and Matthew Macfadyen (49) won best supporting actor in “Succession”.

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