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Heat magazine and The Juice join Cliff Central

19 Jun 2014 10:14
Two of South Africa's biggest experts on all things celebrity are joining forces with Cliff Central to host the ultimate celebrity entertainment slot.
Editor of heat magazine, Andre Neveling, will be joined by editor of TheJuice.co.za, Jessica Levitt, to present "The Heat Show - Served with extra Juice" every Thursday between 11am-12pm on Cliff Central.

Heat magazine and The Juice join Cliff Central
Neveling gives insight into what fans can expect of the show: "It's going to be the ultimate dose of freshly squeezed celebrity juice on a weekly basis. Listeners can expect an entire hour filled with celebrity news, behind-the-scenes heat gossip, incredible interviews, fan quizzes and everything that people have grown to love about our celebrity news magazine."

Enthusiasts will be able to listen to "The Heat Show - served with extra Juice" by visiting CliffCentral.com (live streaming or downloading podcasts), adding "CliffCentral" on WeChat, or catching the show live on DSTV.com.

Join #heatshow on Twitter and be part of the conversation.

For more information, get the latest issue of heat magazine and visit TheJuice.co.za.
    
 
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