Trevor Noah and Charlize Theron have a cute SA moment on US telly

Two of South Africa's biggest export stars now living in the US basked to their successful careers as they shared glorious moments.

Comedian Trevor Noah interviewed fellow South African Charlize Theron on The Daily Show and confessed his excitement to having her on the show.

During the interview Noah says to Theron that he cried when won the Academy Award (for ‘Monster’), saying over and over “she’s so good, she’s so amazing”. While laughing, Theron also says she also cried when Noah got the job on The Daily Show.

Talking about her role in her latest movie ‘Atomic Blonde’, where acts as a tough M16 agent, she jokingly says “I feel like South African girls are just tough! There’s something in the water in South Africa, right?”. They both crack into laughter after Noah says "its Cholera".

Watch the interview below:


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