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It’s 1 day to go before the eighth installment of Big Brother Africa, and these are eight reasons why you should watch this season’s The Chase. Off-course there are more than eight reasons to watch but one reason for each season will do for now.
Uti was the winner of BBA All Stars. Saturday Times/Net photo
Uti was the winner of BBA All Stars. Saturday Times/Net photo

It’s 1 day to go before the eighth installment of Big Brother Africa, and these are eight reasons why you should watch this season’s The Chase. Off-course there are more than eight reasons to watch but one reason for each season will do for now.

African showpiece

The show is an African showpiece with each corner of the continent being represented. With 28 housemates and 14 countries participating, one is never in short supply of learning something new about the continent, be it food from the various regions, dance moves and even a bit of the local lingo.

Biggie’s always watching!

There are cameras and microphones all over the house, meaning you never get to miss a single moment of the action. The famous saying “Big Brother is always watching,” applies here in the literal sense.

You miss nothing

You’re the first to find out what the infamous Biggie has lined up for the housemates…be it tasks or a more stern approach in the form of his punishments. You just never know what Big Brother is going to do next!

The party never stops!

Housemates are treated to world class parties in the house with top notch DJs on the decks keeping them moving.

Something’s gotta give

For 91 days, the housemates are cooped in the house with the same people and this can prove challenging for some, but for viewers this is when it gets interesting because tempers flare and tolerance levels are tested.

Love always wins

Everyone loves a story with a happy ending and who knows we might just see housemates take their love outside the house just like Kevin and Elizabeth did from BBA Revolution!

Meet the next big thing

Biggie might just introduce you to Africa’s next star or starlet! Take a look at Karen Igho for example, since leaving the house she has made waves in the media. She’s now a radio show host, model and actress!

Meet your next presidential candidate

On a more serious note, Biggie might introduce you to your constituency representative. Millicent Mugadi has entered the world of politics since leaving the house.

Launching tomorrow, Sunday, May 26, Big Brother The Chase will combine electrifying twists and big surprises that will require housemates to use their charm to get ahead, possibly leaving room for cupid’s arrow to connect two hearts or more.

For 91 days, Africa’s biggest reality series will be screened live 24/7 on DStv channels 197 and 198 while GOtv audiences will be able to see highlights. So stay tuned…Biggie has returned and the fun is about to begin!

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Award winners to rock Big Brother Africa VIII

The Big Brother launch show is expected to come alive when multiple award-winning musicians from Nigeria, Kenya and South Africa take centre stage at the opening show of the Big Brother Africa tomorrow. 

The big night will also see 28 new housemates being revealed to audiences in over 50 African countries for Season 8 of Big Brother Africa subtitled The Chase.

With the live show screening from 19:00 CAT on AfricaMagic, AfricaMagic Entertainment, Africa- Magic World as well as on DStv channel 197 and 198, audiences can look forward to sassy and upbeat tunes from Kenya’s very own award winner, STL.

Boasting hit songs such as Take My Time, Hula Hoop, Bad as I Wanna Be, the singer, songwriter and rapper, also recipient of awards from the Kisima Awards, Clops Awards and Jeermaan Awards, promises to deliver an unforgettable and lasting performance with her distinct pop, soul and rap sound.

Hailing from Nigeria, musical heavy weights Don Jazzy, D’ Prince and Wande Coal are also set to grab audiences with their energetic and charming personas.

Multi award-winning record producer, singer-songwriter and musician Don Jazzy will join stars in their own right, D’ Prince and Wande Coal on stage for their collaborative performance.

These chart-topping hit makers from Mavin Records are also best known for songs such as I Like What I See, Bumper 2 Bumper and Who Born the Maga. The continent can expect a sensational performance that will ignite the Big Brother live show stage.

Last but not least, one of South Africa’s leading afro-pop music groups, Mafikizolo will also serenade audiences with their soulful and rhythmic tunes on the big launch night.

With several albums and awards under their belt, the duo has brought fans far and wide, dance floor filler hits such as Sibongile, Ndihamba Nawe, Nisixoshelani and most recently Khona.

Their performance on the Big Brother stage is sure to evoke dance moves, reminding audiences why the chart-topping group remains pioneers in their field with musical experience spanning over 15 years.

The line-up will also include a slot for some comic relief from Kenyan stand-up comedian Daniel Ndambuki, popularly known as Churchill. The highly talented entertainer has also become a household name with his TV show called Churchill Live.

In addition, to the live screening of the launch show, the good news is that the show will also concurrently be streamed live to audiences across Africa on the Big Brother website, www.bigbrotherafrica.com.

All you need to access the live stream is a personal computer and internet connection. With less than a week to go, be sure not to miss the jam-packed, highly anticipated Brother Africa The Chase live launch show.

Thereafter, Africa’s biggest reality series will be screened live for 91 days, 24/7 on DStv channels 197 and 198 while GOtv audiences will be able to see highlights on AfricaMagic World. 

 

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