Motsi Mabuse’s Height in cm, Feet and Inches – Weight and Body Measurements

Biography

Motsi Mabuse has a beautiful body. Check out the height, weight, shoe size and all other interesting measurements!

Motsi Mabuse is a South African professional dancer and reality star, best known for her appearances on Let’s Dance, the German version of Strictly Come Dancing. She started off as a professional dancer but later became a judge on the show. In 2019, Mabuse became a judge on BBC’s Strictly Come Dancing. Born Motshegetsi Mabuse on April 11, 1981 in Mankwe, South Africa, to parents Peter and Dudu Mabuse, her family moved to Pretoria when she was five. Her younger sister Otlile is also a professional dancer. Motsi studied at the University of Pretoria, where she became interested in dancing. She first achieved fame in 2007 through the second season of the RTL dance show Let’s Dance, in which she was partnered with Guildo Horn. She has been married to Evgenij Voznyuk since 2017. They have one child together. She was previously married to Ukrainian dancer Evgenij Voznyuk from 2003 to 2014.

Body Measurements

The following table shows the body measurements of Motsi Mabuse. Here is all you want to know, including height and weight (imperial system and metric system). Note: Bra size equals band size and cup size.

Body shape:Slim
Dress size:4
Breasts-Waist-Hips: Unknown inches Size: cm)
Shoe size:5.5
Bra size: Unknown
Cup size:known
Height: 5′3″ (160 cm)
Weight: 128 pounds (58 kg)
Natural breasts or implants: Unknown

Quotes

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I’ve got a big mummy heart.

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You’ll always have someone attacking you in some way. But it’s weird from someone who’s never met you.

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I’m so thankful for dance because if I had grown up with just the bitterness of the very hard childhood we had, and I’d never ‘experienced the love of the dance world, then I probably would have been a very sad person.

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I’ve danced before, so I know how it feels to stand in front of judges and be critiqued.

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I don’t want my daughter to ever feel that she can’t do something because of her skin colour.

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