Fans of the Big Brother show were this evening treated to an exhilarating show filled with surprises, shocks and most importantly, evictions. The shows host, media personality Ebuka Obi-Uchendo, did not disappoint as he anchored the evening that can only be described as shocking on all standards.
3 house mates didn’t survive the axe of Big Brother as they were evicted from the show, bringing their journey to an end. The first to go was Yerins followed by Niyi–the first married man on the show–and finally Beatrice.
As if the three time heart break was not enough dilemma for the fans and housemates themselves, Big Brother compounded it by adding 4 fresh housemates, namely; JMK, a lawyer and food blogger from Kwara State, Kavee, a photographer from Lagos state, Queen, an activist from Akwa-Ibom and Micheal, an entertainer.
The look on the faces of house mates when the new house mates walked in was truly epic as they did not know what the Big Brother was up to. Never in their calculations would they have imagined to have more people come into the show so early.
The pattern has always been that new faces come into the house after many weeks, and not immediately after the first eviction show.
For now, the new house mates are being shown around by their colleagues. Whether they would be seen as serious contenders will not take long before the scheming will start. For now, fans and voters can take a breather at least for the next 48 hours before the live nominations will take place and thereafter voting commences.
The competition for the 90 million naira price money just got hotter and viewers are poised for another round of intrigue, drama, betrayal, pain, and surprises.
Let the games continue.
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