DStv highlights - April 10, 2014

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TO laila . Laila Ali features in another rib- tickling episode of Whose Line is it Anyway?

• Whose Line is it Anyway? Vuzu, 18.30

Aisha Tyler hosts another hilarious episode of the legendary improv show featuring regulars Wayne Brady, Ryan Stiles and Colin Mochrie with guest performer Jeff Davis and guest TV presenter and former boxing champion, Laila Ali.

• Carter Can, The Home Channel, 19.00

Big and pink is how the Soibelmans describe their master bathroom. They want a classic Roman spa. Carter delivers a gutted and transformed room with distinctive materials and finishes. The new space includes a spa tub and shower area in recycled glass, dark walnut floors and a reimagined vanity area. Classic elegance achieved.

• Real Housewives of Miami, Vuzu, 19.30

After six years of romantic bliss, Adriana and Frederic finally get married in the eyes of the church. With all eyes on Adriana, wedding bells transform this Brazilian beauty into a blustering Bridezilla. As her bridesmaids try not to sing the blues, Adriana’s anxious guests are forced to wait for the bride-to-be.

• Battle: Liquideep vs Mi Casa, Channel O, 20.30

They might be mates, but when it comes to fans, the competition between these two leading South African house acts is fierce. With Mi Casa having scored one of the biggest hits of last year in Jika and Liquideep still keeping the fans happy with songs such as Rise Again, it remains to be seen who will take the battle crown this time around.

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