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Oti Mabuse’s siblings: Oti Mabuse: Who are the brothers of the South African dancer?


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Oti Mabuse has quickly become one of the top properties on television. After rising to fame in “Strictly Come Dancing” in 2015, she joined ITV’s “Dancing On Ice” in 2022. Fans will remember her from Strictly, where she appeared alongside her sister Motsi. However, the two brothers have a third sister, who was previously named “the best dancer of the three”.

Who are Oti Mabuse’s brothers?

The older brother is Motsi. She is well recognized for her role as a judge on Strictly Come Dancing. In 2019, the brilliant interpreter was confirmed as the successor to Darcey Bussell in the popular series. The South African dancer also served as a judge on Let’s Dance, the German equivalent of Strictly, which Oti performed for two seasons. Motsi told The Sun that the Mabuse family met to resolve the issue before attending Strictly, as Oti was already enrolled in the programme.

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He is followed by Phemelo, who is the middle child of the family. He stays out of the limelight as he works as a systems engineer in South Africa. However, he possesses the dancing ability of Oti and Motsi, having dabbled in professional dance and participating in the World Dance Competition. Phemelo participated four times on the championship stage, as well as teaching dance in Johannesburg and Pretoria. The sisters are rarely seen together, with the third sister only appearing on Celebrity Gogglebox once in 2021.

Frequent questions:

  1. When was Motsi born?
    She was born in 1981 and is the eldest of the three sisters.
  2. When was Femelo born?
    She was born in 1984 and is the middle child of the family.

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