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Bebe Cool talks showbiz with Juliana Kanyomozi

The King of Ugandan Showbiz Bebe Cool sat down with the Tooro Kingdom Princess Juliana Kanyomozi for a candid conversation that's set to be published on YouTube on March 28 at 12P.M.

Bebe Cool and Juliana Kanyomozi

It's the second season of a show dubbed The Sit Down with Juliana in which the songstress interviews celebrities about wide-ranging topics.

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In a trailer shared on YouTube on Wednesday, March 27, Bebe Cool is seen telling Juliana Kanyomozi some of the things that have set him up apart over the years, including driving posh cars and shopping for clothes from high-end stores.

Cool's interview will come out first, but the Kibaluma hitmaker also spoke to Azawi, Vinka Cindy Sanyu, Kenneth Mugabi, Levixone, Ruth Kalibbala Bwanika, Patrick Idringi Salvado

In the first season, Kanyomozi interviewed Faridah Nakazibwe, Anita Beryl, Sheebah Karungi and Rema Namakula. The episodes are usually 20-35 minutes.

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Born on November 27, 1980 in Kampala to Prince Gerald Manyindo and Catherine Manyindo, Juliana Kanyomozi grew up in Kampala and went to Bugema Adventist S.S. for senior one, before joining Namasagali College.

Her talent was heritable because her dad loved music and drummed as a pastime.

Kanyomozi became active in music while at Namasagali College where she was encouraged by Father Damian Grimes, who was the school’s headteacher, to join dance class after seeing her sing a Mariah Carey song at a school event.

While in high school, about 16 years old, she started doing karaoke.

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Her brother Eddie Kim was a deejay at Sabrina's Pub, which was owned by the producer Hope Mukasa, and it was near where they were living, so he convinced the dad to allow her to start performing there.

In S.6 vacation, she started performing there regularly.

She recorded her first song while in A-Level.

Doing Tata W’abaana with Bobi Wine was a big break for her and they also sang another song titled Mama Mbire, which was also a massive hit.

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In S.6 vacation, she also got a job at Capital FM as a radio host and she was there for about six years.

She's also acted in a movie called Kiwani which was created by Henry Ssali, a former Daily Monitor Entertainment writer who now owns a PR firm.

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