Kelly Khumalo has promised that her new reality show will reveal the other side of her.
The 13 episode show will start on August 6 on Showmax.
"My new reality show is coming up next month and people should expect everything that is Kelly Khumalo, It is going to answer many questions people have about me."
" The show is real and unscripted," It is kind of your popular Uyajola 9/9 reality show.
This is not the first time viewers will get a candid view of Kelly's personal life.
In 2012, she starred in etv's reality show- Rolling with Kelly Khumalo.
In an interview with Citypress the show's producer Legend Manqele, who partnered with the songstress on the project said he was excited about the project.
" Kelly has been misunderstood by a lot of people, Her reality show will be following a journey of a single woman who represents other women who have been through thick and thin, yet everyday they put on a brave face," he said.
"On the show viewers would witness Kelly trying to improve her life and rebuilding herself."
"Confrontations, family conflicts are going to be happening for the very first time in front of the audience. This is part of her healing process and spiritual journey", Manqele explained.
" Many times when one has lost a loved one, we tend to forget to release them and let them be who they want to be.
"It is important that they can live, love and become themselves again, We also forget that they have to live on their own. This season is going to give her life again." He said.
" Her Children are also going to be part of the show," Her 10 year old son Christian whom she had with Uyajola 9/9 presenter Jub Jub and her daughter Thingo who as fathered by late soccer star Senzo Meyiwa.
Speaking in a message posted on her Instagram account, Khumalo has appealed to Cele to help bring the case of Senzo Meyiwa to an end and let the law take its course.
"The matter of my daughter's father needs to be put to an end. It's been six years. I have become a victim of this matter for many years and I am tired,"
"I am going to speak. I am no longer afraid of speaking. Someone in charge is not doing anything. I have written to the department of police. No one is bothering to answer me to even say, 'Kelly, we are doing something about this.'
"What most people are going to learn from this show is that not everything looks as it seems. Always take a minute before judging another person.
"A lot has been said about her, but she is like any other woman who went through an emotional turmoil.
Yet she has to be strong. Her life is far from being perfect.