It will be a battle of dancing queens showcasing what they are capable when they clash for a show in what promises to be an eventful night at the Holly's Club on Friday.
The clash will feature Beverley Sibanda, Zoey Sifelani and Sandra Ndebele. The seasoned vivacious dancer and songstress Sandra Ndebele and her dance crew Intombi Zomqangala will wow their fans at the event.
Sandy as she is popularly known in the entertainment circles, will grace the event following her return from a tour in Canada.
The 'Guva Rangu' singer will perform alongside raunchy dancers of the moment - Zoey and Beverly and the Sexy Angels.
Ndebele recently wowed fans at the just-ended Atlantic Fringe Festival in Canada where she scooped an award at the festival.
The Fringe Jury Award winner would again deliver the package from abroad. She continues to defend her integrity in music circles and has gone a step further to make her name internationally.
Apart from dancing she has also worked on a number of theatrical production. Her winning play, 'Bhowesa Nkazana' (You Go Girl) is a musical play that traces the development of girl child from the traditional era to present day.
The dance queens has four productions to her name, -- 'Umfazi' (The Woman), 'Princess of Africa', 'Bhowesa Nkazana' and 'Ingungu Zethu, Ziyakhipha' (Our Drums, Our Victory). On the other hand, Bev is no stranger to such kind of binges, where she has proven that she can hold her own at any dance floor.
She has crossed the breadth of joints in Zimbabwe while holding shows and she has proven that she is a force to reckon with in that area.
Zoey is also no fluke on the dance floor, where she continues to challenge Bev on her dance routines, given the opportunity.
The combination of the three is expected to ignite a revelling mood as the weekend beckons.
The party continues on Saturday night when some of the country's prominent DJ's will battle for honours at a December Star Block Party that will be held at the City Sports Bar.
The party would be graced by Star FM DJs which include Ash Styles, Nivek, Storm, Garry B, Prology, Flex and Templeman.
It would be a battle of the turn tables as each DJ will fight to claim the crown, on the wheels, an area that is increasingly raising the stakes in the entertainment sector. Those in the know will attest that spinning the tables has become the in thing in night clubs and other entertainment joints because of the Dj's ability to provide an array of songs within a short of time.