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Jaya TV’s reality show ‘Mrs Homemaker’ to woo housewives

29-November-2007
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Jaya TV’s reality show ‘Mrs Homemaker’ to woo housewives

Riding high on the popularity of reality shows among the Tamil audience, Jaya TV has launched yet another reality show, ‘Mrs Homemaker’. The hour-long show premiered on November 23, and is being aired on Fridays, at 9.30 pm. It is aimed at bringing to the fore innate talents of young housewives.

An official communiqué from Jaya TV stated that the show was an attempt to revive the hidden and long forgotten talents of housewives, who were immersed with familial responsibilities. The show is an effort to do way with their shyness, and make them spring with a new energetic personality, by staging their talents before a live audience in a huge auditorium. The contest is meant for married women from Chennai, with no bar on age, and the contestants were selected after various preliminary rounds.

Contestants of the show would be face the quarterfinal, semifinal and final rounds on the stage, with rounds on dance, music, mimicry and questionnaires. The grand finale of the show will be conducted in Chennai’s Kamaraj Auditorium. Celebrity guests, dignitaries and judges from various walks of life will be present to crown the ‘Mrs Homemaker’.

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