Strictly: Oti Mabuse discusses her future on the show
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It might have seemed as though Dancing On Ice star Oti Mabuse had enough exciting new ventures on her plate. However she is now tipped to become a multimillionaire in her latest collaboration with husband Marius Lepure.
I moved all the way from Africa so I must make something of myself
Oti and her 39-year-old German husband, also a dancer, have recently set up the company Lionshead Property Investments, which is officially registered at Companies House.
The sister of Strictly judge Motsi Mabuse has cast her net further than dance projects from the beginning, originally training to become a civil engineer.
The South African star currently receives around £500,000 per year from TV deals and advertising contracts via her company Pure Mabuse Entertainment.
She has also enjoyed an additional revenue stream from her Youtube channel and her Instagram page, which can reportedly net her £3,000 per sponsored post.
Meanwhile she has also dabbled in the field of children’s picture books, with titles like Dance With Oti: The Bird Jive aimed at teaching youngsters how to develop their dancing skills.
Two more picture books are expected to follow on soon.
“I moved all the way from Africa so I must make something of myself,” Oti told the Mail Online.
“I am really trying to learn and do as much as I can for as long as I can, while I can.”
She is even keeping her options open with rival BBC show Strictly Come Dancing, as well as also appearing as a judge on Dancing On Ice.
Oti has not yet publicly spoken about the property company, but it has been reported her husband is taking classes to learn how to launch a property empire – and it seems the pair aspire to become the ultimate power couple.
She can add to her impressive list of accolades with being able “to make the one and only @rickygervais laugh”, after appearing on BBC’s The One Show.
The dancer wrote a celebratory Instagram post about the occasion she had the famous comic himself creased up with laughter.
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“*fist pump* month made!” she exclaimed to her 638,000 followers.
“Still on an absolute, pinch me how did that happen? from @bbctheoneshow” (sic)
Pussycat Doll Kimberley Wyatt responded to egg on her fellow dancer friend with the hashtag “#goals”.
Meanwhile baldwin.ivan praised: “There’s no end to your talents.”
Meanwhile Oti has been busy preparing classes for her dance studio and releasing podcast footage, including an interview with American ballet dancer Misty Copeland.
Last week on Dancing On Ice, she stunned in a red vintage Chanel dress with a bow at the bust, prompting fellow South African dance star Johannes Radebe to hail her on Instagram with the words: “So proud of you nana!”
She replied: “Thank you chomi.”
It looks as though the sky’s the limit for Oti’s endless ambitions, but only time will tell how her personality evolves on TV screens.
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