In a cyber-first for M-Net, The Wild star and Cleo magazine’s official Bachelor of the Year, Tyrone Keogh, will be interacting with fans and sharing his trip through South Africa on the world wide web.
His journey will start on the set of The Wild to his first pit-stop inBloemfontein. Radio station, OFM’s Breakfast Club will be following him on his journey and he will also pay them a visit in studio when he is in town. Thereafter one can follow him all the way to his hometown, theMotherCityand then up the coast to the annual Bravo! Festival at the Garden Route Casino inMosselBay.
Fans, travellers and cyber surfers can join him as he rubs shoulders with well-known rugby players and some of South African’s top singers.
Tyrone, or better known to viewers as the game ranger Jack, will blog on road safety awareness through an online video diary.
On arrival inCape Town, Ty will host a “Christmas Party” for some of his good friends that include a couple of well-known rugby players.
He will be at the Bravo Festival from 17 to 23 December, where he will go on stage during the concerts and interact with top singers like Kurt Darren, Romanz, Nianell, Theuns Jordaan and Bobby van Jaarsveld. He will also be a studio guest at Suidkaap FM 90.1 during Bravo.
Social media users can connect with their favourite singers by sending questions Keogh.
On his newly earned title Bachelor of the Year Keogh said: “Winning the Cleo Magazine title was a fantastic experience – the perfect way to end an amazing year. I’m the luckiest guy around”. When asked about the other nominated bachelors, Keogh said “I think every one of the top 10 guys could have taken it”.