Overview Of BigBrotherHotshots: BBA 2014, The much anticipated reality show in Africa, Big Brother Africa has eventually kicked off. Biggie opened his door to the 26 housemates on Sunday, October 5, 2014.
Gradually, house mates are loosening up and competing for the $300,000 star prize. Here are some of the highlights of the show so far.
BIGGIE’S NEW HOUSE
The inferno that razed Big Brother Africa’s house did not stop the show from kicking off. It took Biggie three weeks to find another house for the show. Located also in the highbrow of South Africa, the new house speaks of class and elegance decorated in colourful drapes.
Housemates were already camped in South Africa before the fire incident thereby spending a month, living on Big Brother’s bill before the show commenced. Instead of spending 91 days, housemates will now spend a total of 63 days on the show.
Housemates were to show their hot spots at the opening ceremony. Each housemate chose an area of specialty ranging from dancing, singing, poetry recitation, rapping and a host of other activities.
Tanzania’s saxophonist, Laveda won the heart of studio audience and was rated highest. She scored 85 percent. As a result of this, Biggie chose her as the head of the house. She was the only house mate not placed on eviction list in the first week.
THE BEGINNING OF ROMANCE
Things are getting interesting in Biggie’s house as some house mates are already falling in love.
Namibia’s housemate, Lius at first took a liking for Lilian. Apparently, Lilian seemed not to be interested. So, he decided to pitch his tent at Mozambique’s Mira’s.
The two started with kisses, smooches that ended in spending the night under the duvet together. The cover was moving ferociously and Luis was heard moaning.
AND BIGGIE TOO
It seems Biggies can’t take his eyes off Tanzania’s housemate, Laveda. He seemed to have a crush on her.
He is fond of calling her in a special way to the diary room. In his usual baritone voice, he said: “Biggie does not answer personal questions.” SEE MORE ON PAGE2