There's no doubt how talented renowned actress/singer Marah Louw is, so her performance on drama series "The Queen" reminded many why they love her — and we're in the same boat.
In the series, Louw portrays Boitshwarelo (Boi) Maake, the matriarch of her family and sister to Jerry (played by Shona Ferguson), a well liked officer of the law in Tembisa.
A heartbroken Jerry vowed to never forgive his sister, after he found out that she [Boi] knew about a relationship between his new wife, Vuyiswa (played by Zandile Msutwana), and his son Bakang (played by Thato Molamu) – and didn't tell him.
Even the show's co-creator and producer, Connie Ferguson, was with us. She took to Twitter to stan for her husband in his scene with Louw.
Watching @Shona_Ferguson cry like that on #TheQueenMzansi ripped my heart 2 shreds!😭😭😭 Funny how he's the one consoling me now telling me "baby it's just acting" like I don't know!😂 Now I'm crying & laughing at the same damn time!🙄😂😭 Bravo Mr. Sho!🙌🏾🙌🏾🙌🏾❤️❤️❤️— Connie Ferguson (@Connie_Ferguson) March 5, 2018
What followed was a series of emotional scenes which left all us literally gobsmacked.
Fans of the show and lovers of art also sang Louw's praises.
Mara Louw 👌👌👌 what an actress ❤ https://t.co/0djGAzslG4— UnapologeticaLee (@LekgoloMo_) March 7, 2018
Mara, thank you for the talent – you're our WCW.