DStv highlights - April 24, 2014

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TO wayne brady . Dont miss the rib-tickling shenanigans of Wayne Brady in tonights episode of Whose Line is it Anyway?

• Whose Line is it Anyway?, Vuzu, 18.30

With guest performer Nyima Funk and a special guest, former Olympic gold medal winning gymnast Shawn Johnson. Highlights include Wayne Brady’s songs about plumbing in rockabilly and Hawaiian ukulele style. The performers dream up typically bizarre suggestions for the use of some oddly shaped props; tackle tattoos and Harry Potter in the legendary Scenes from a Hat; and a gangster interrupting his moll and her guest in the mind-scrambling Sideways Scene. Johnson joins in the fun, lending her Olympic gold medal-winning skills to stand in for the props in a scene involving honeymooning newlyweds.

• Real Housewives of Miami, Vuzu, 19.30

After Lisa’s trip to Texas, she’s more committed than ever to tearing down Lea’s walls and getting her and Adriana back together. Meanwhile, Joanna is feeling the pressure of planning her wedding and takes it out on Lisa in a blowout that makes Lisa question her friendship with her. After months of feuding, Adriana and Lea finally meet at her ballroom reveal party.

• Battle: Jessie J vs P!nk, Channel O, 20.30

Two hot female artists go toe-to-toe in this week’s Battle. English singer and songwriter Jessie J is up against American superstar P!nk.

• Zabalaza, Mzansi Wethu, 21.00

Will David catch Jazzman red-handed? Mpilo seeks more information on dangerous mixtures.

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