An exceptional 7 year old South African girl is going to represent the country at the World ‘s biggest talent convention. — Lethabo Makola — a multi talented creative artist from Johannesburg, Gauteng. Very skillful in Acting, Poetry, Ballet Dancing and Commercial Modeling; which makes her a special gem amongst the population. Lethabo has been living in her own world, carving a path into people’s heart with the raw gift that she possesses.
She began showing early signs of artistic excellence at just a mere age of 5. As she started expressing signs of interest in drama, poetry and dancing, her parents made a bold decision to enrol her for these classes. Lethabo has been excelling quite well at everything she does, from modeling to poetry, outshining her peers blissfully.
She recently did an audition and showcased her skills in front of an audience that consisted of Rhavynn Drummer, Joey Hunter, Aviva Skall, Blaze Johnson, Nate Butler and scouts from The New York Film Academy. Impressing them with an outstanding performance, Lethabo earned a chance to go represent the country in New York, U.S.A at the world’s largest talent convention called IMTA. This convention gathers over 300 International Casting Agencies, Recording Labels, Talent Managers and Producers.
Lethabo Makola can be defined as ‘fearless and ambitious’. Her biggest dreams are to become a Ballerina or a Top Model, and her parents are greatly supporting her dreams. She is still young but already getting an amazing exposure – shining through like fairy. She is saturated with rawness, uniqueness, creativity and diversity – and this is something that will always make her standout amongst the rest. Lethabo will be heading to America this coming July(2021).
“I love chocolate and sweets, my mom knows I enjoy baking and gardening with her. When I’m not Modeling I’ll be riding my bike, or ballet dancing and swimming with my friends. I know I’m young but I want to achieve a lot, I want to be a top model or ballerina. I will 1 day be the best at what I do“. – Lethabo Makola