Damilola Adegbite Returns To Tinsel (Exclusive Details On Why She May Have Returned + For How Long)

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Damilola Adegbite left hit soap Tinsel in 2012 and at the time gave an exclusive interview to Bella Naija revealing her reasons for leaving.

At the time, the stunning star said she left the show because it was a “professional career that had to be made”.

Now three years later, she is back.

Hours ago, Africa Magic’s official Instagram account shared a photo of the Actress and Linda Ejiofor who plays Bimpe Adekoya on the show and it got fans asking if Damilola was returning.

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At the time of her exit, she shocked many Tinsel lovers as it was totally unexpected and surprising.

Nobody had expected her to leave and nobody who loved her role really wanted her to.

While speaking to an anonymous source, what we gathered is Damilola who got many speculating she returned because her movie career hasn’t hit off as she expected, is returning for good and would be around for a while until the show’s Producers give the go ahead to remove her character.

And you know on TV, anything can happen.

Last year, Victor Olaotan’s character was killed off and in an interview he gave, the veteran said he left because he was not getting what he believed he should have been getting rightfully.

However, sources from Tinsel camp have insisted that Victor was fired.

Calls have not been made to Victor’s camp to confirm this report, neither have calls been made to Damilola’s camp to confirm why she returned too.

However, a little surprise wouldn’t hurt the show.

While she was away, the Actress featured in hit Romcom Flower Girl and a yet to be released Heaven’s Hell. She also was part of the ensemble cast for hit TV show, Before 30.

Do you think Damilola returned too late? Or do you think she returned in a perfectly good time?

Image via Instagram/AfricaMagic

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