A-list socialite and fashionista Ezurin Khyra is known for her opulent lifestyle, extravagant personality, and for regularly indulging herself in high-end fashion on a daily basis.
The mother of five, who is commonly referred as “Princess Ezurin” or “E”, will steal the spotlight by starring in her first reality TV show, “The House”.
Previously a model, Ezurin’s social media account shows that she spends most of her time travelling the world while also attending fashion shows and events. What’s more, her list of friends include world class designers and high-profile celebrities, one of them being Kim Kardashian.
She was also married to a Negeri Sembilan royalty, Tunku Dato’ Yaacob Khyra, but the pair cut ties two years ago. Nevertheless, they still maintain a good relationship to spend time together with their children, Tunku Amaan Khyra, Tunku Imaan Khyra, Tunku Omaan Khyra, Tunku Nadya Khyra, and Tunku Rmaan Khyra, who will all star in the show alongside their mother.
Astro reality TV programme, “The House”, will see the former model and her five children trying to adapt to the simple life compared to the grandiose lifestyle that they are accustomed to. The show will place the family out of their comfort zone by putting them in a more modest house, which won’t have TV or Wi-fi.
According to MStar, Ezurin stated “This programme will not be complete if my children are not together with me, and they happened to be in Malaysia, so I agreed. What’s important is that I want to share more family elements in this programme which can hopefully give a positive message to the audience.”
However, netizens are not too positive with the show’s recently released trailer. They criticised the show’s settings to be unsuitable with the current state of our country during this pandemic.
Check out their reactions:
It’s a pandemic, people are dying. Astro and celebrity wannabes thought it’d be good to release a Simple Life knock off. Even Paris Hilton has grown up when will you? https://t.co/1oufYJYAgp
— Alia Aziz. (@OhAliaAziz) October 21, 2020
Call it what you want. Slum voyeurism/poverty porn.
Making money by pretending to be poor is unethical. Someone's lived reality isn't entertainment nor a "challenge".
Some people said the timing is bad. I say the timing doesn't matter cos it's exploitative and morally bankrupt. https://t.co/yGRKYBuV12
— Une étoile qui meurt, essayant (@digitalkai) October 21, 2020
‘The House’ season six airs every Wednesday at 9pm on Astro Ria. Share your thoughts on the show with us.
Watch the trailer here: