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Imraan Vagar on SABC 3 Afternoon Express Show

Imraan Vagar has after more than two decades in the South African television industry joins the Afternoon Express show to finally discuss why he remained in the ‘closet’ for so many years and why he has finally decided to ‘come out’. In this segment, Vagar gets frank about his journey through the celebrity lens as well as gives you a peek into his personal life. Vagar has been sharing his story through his blog An Examined Life.

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Watch the Afternoon Express interview with Imraan Vagar here,

The Afternoon Express show on SABC television is a one-hour variety show that offers everything and more as they celebrate the local and take it international too. Join Palesa Tembe, Chef Chewme & Chef Anele weekdays at 5:00 pm on SABC3.

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Slipping in bed with Imraan Vagar

The curiosity behind what Vagar got up to between the sheets was rather hilarious when you have a look at the series of search terms collated by Google.

In one blog post, he said, “I found myself wondering more and more, “Who the heck keeps asking – and why?” Are these a bunch of blokes determined to settle some juvenile bet? Were they admirers? Nosy-parkers or gossip-mongers? Wedding co-ordinators perhaps?”, you can read more here

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