Ghanaian artist Joey B, thrilled DStv audiences at the Big Brother Africa eviction show this weekend by performing his popular song, Tonga.
Even though musical duo Frankie (Rwanda) and Permithias (Namibia) made it past the halfway mark of Big Brother Hotshots, but their journey ended on Day 35 after failing to gather enough votes from Africa to keep them in the running for the USD300 000 prize. The evicted duo follow compatriots Arthur and Luis, who were part of the trio sent home last week, meaning that Rwanda and Namibia are now out of Big Brother Hotshots altogether.
Butterphly’s surprise was both visible and audible when Head of House Idris revealed during the show that he’d added her to the nomination list. His reason was that he knew she was a strong person, but didn’t believe in herself – so he wanted Africa to vote for her to show her how strong she really is. Still reeling from the news, she stood alongside the other nominees and was relieved when first Frankie and then Permithias left, instead of her. (more…)
The insanity level of many of these Big Brother Africa participants is beyond measure—and last Friday, things went off the roof with alcohol having mixed with the individual madness.
Tanzanian housemate-Laveda has become the talk of the continent this weekend owning to the fact that after having a lot to drink, she treated the whole Africa and her housemates to some sort of free adult moment—openly pleasuring herself while groaning and moaning.
If this is not the definition of contemporary insanity—then I might have to re-evaluate my head.
Some of the housemates who were in the room where she was touching herself ran downstairs to tell Idris, follow Tanzanian housemate—on whose bed Laveda was openly unleashing her craziness. (more…)
There has been a lot of brouhaha over how the insanely popular reality show Big Brother Africa is losing its essence, and how it has turned more into an avenue to promote ‘seks’ and immorality.
The interesting thing about this to me though, is that those who complain still keep watching. If you are so bothered maybe stop watching and find something else to occupy your time.
Anyway, Derrick Kobina Bonney, or DKB, one of Ghana’s former representatives on the show has laid into the members of the public who keep complaining about the show. To him BBA is about more than just n*dity and immorality, but it’s a big opportunity to market yourself which people try to do through any means possible.
DKB was speaking on Radio Universe and said he had the same complaints before entering the house.
“People who are always complaining about the n*kedness would stop complaining if they get the opportunity to enter the house. The main focus of the show is about you and your personality not the n*ked scenes” (more…)
Three more of the Big Brother Hotshots ladies were evicted during Sunday’s live show as Africa gave Lilian (Nigeria), Esther (Uganda) and Sabina (Kenya) their marching orders. Their departures, in conjunction with the evictions of Resa and Mira last week, mean that five ladies have now been evicted from the Hotshots house – and not a single one of the men!
The trio was sent home after gathering the fewest votes from Africa over the course of the week, of the nine nominated housemates. JJ received five country votes, while Tayo received three and Permithias two. Four housemates received one country vote each and two housemates received no country votes. The tie-breaker rule again came into effect this week, to separate the four housemates who received one country vote each.
Heading into the house for the first time, IK teased Permithias and Idris about their liaisons with the ladies before asking Head of House Samantha to stand and reveal her ‘add’ decision. She revealed that she had based her decision on the strongest member of the winning Extravaganza group, with Ellah as her choice. After giving several housemates heart-in-mouth moments, IK revealed that Lilian and Esther would be heading home. (more…)
We all love Big Brother shower hour. Mainly because we get to peep at a bit of the n*kedness of some of our favourite housemates and feed our eyes on a bit of their goodies. I know because I do this with the guys. Those I have crushes on. I watch till midnight just so they can get careless and show me small.
I am however not too keen on seeing it all so I was shocked to see Sheila bare it all in the shower without a single care. The b*oty too is big! She even had a guy, Nigeria’s Tayo bathing right next to her. My goodness!
She could have even kept her panty on, covered up a little or kept herself in one position that covers her a little. I am tempted to think this was so deliberate because she kept turning around for us to see it all very well and viewers across Africa must have indeed feasted their eyes. (more…)
Zambia’s Resa and Mozambique’s Mira became the first two housemates to be evicted from Big Brother Hotshots on Sunday 12 October, after the first week which saw the housemates going all-out to impress the continent with their Hotshot talents.
All the housemates, excluding Laveda, who won the title of Head of House after scoring highest with the studio audience during the talent show, were up for eviction this week. Africa voted, and with twelve housemates failing to win a country vote, the tie-breaker rule came into effect. The end result, independently verified by auditors SizweNtsalubaGobodo, was that Resa and Mira had drawn the least support from the continent, and were sent home.
It was a busy first week, with the housemates getting to know each other and delving into their first challenges. They won their first task advertising their Hotshots talents with posters, impressing Big Brother with their skills. Cliques formed, the first signs of mischief caused a stir and some housemates got quite close. Mira planted kisses on Luis and Nhlanhla during the very first party and Idris and Goitse hooked up just about immediately, though they’re playing it cool. (more…)
The 2014 Big Brother Africa reality TV show dubbed Hotshots kicked off few days ago—and it seems we will soon be seeing some n*kid photos of one of housemates.
A certain individual has contacted GhanaCelebrities.Com via e-mail claiming to have some nasty photos of one of the housemates and this person is ready to let us have the photos—provided we hit his pocket with the right amount. We’ve ruled out the possibility of the person being a fraudster so the photos could really exist… (more…)
WTF is Bum therapy?
It simply means sitting from the back of a woman with a good backshot and squeezing the back—at least that is what Luis from Namibia and Lillian from Nigeria agree on as bum therapy in the Big Brother Hotshots house.
Though they call it physical therapy, we certainly can see what is going on and the RIGHT name is “bum therapy”.
On this early note, it looks like we should put on our seat belt for that naughty-nasty Big Brother Africa journey.
And remember it is called Hotshots—maybe backshots for now.
Oh Lilian is a damn stripper by profession so don’t worry about morality out there… Check out the video below… (more…)
The all-singing, all-dancing 9th edition of Big Brother Africa kicked off on DStv on Sunday, 5 October as the 26 housemates showed off their talents to the continent – giving millions of viewers a glimpse into what makes them Hotshots.
Viewers met the housemates who will be competing for the USD300 000 prize over the next 63 days, one-by-one, as they showcased their talents, live on stage, in one-minute slots. The studio audience scored each performance with a mark out of 100, and right at the end of the show, Big Brother called the excited housemates together and revealed the reason – the housemate who scored the highest would be named as Head of House and would be the only housemate not up for eviction next Sunday. Tanzania’s Laveda led a Top 6 that included Sabina, M’am Bea, Lilian, Arthur and JJ, meaning she is the only one not in danger of going home next week.
The house seems to be full of musicians and singers, with Kenya’s Sabina and Rwanda’s Arthur breaking the mould with comedy routines, Ghana’s M’am Bea showcasing her fashion design talents and Laveda picking up top marks with her saxophone solo. Not to be outdone by the housemates, presenter IK kicked things off with a cabaret-style singing performance of his own – and the show only got hotter from there. (more…)
On 5th October, the 2014 Big Brother Africa, dubbed HotShots will be launched and today we bring you the final two housemates—representing Rwanda.
Check out the profiles of Arthur and Frankie below…
Arthur | Age: 23 | Rwanda
Kigali-born Radio Presenter Arthur describes himself as ‘funny, humorous and humble’. He says he loves the fact that he is social and makes friends easily. He enjoys people who are humble, and dislikes people who are irresponsible.
His favourite foods are rice and beans, his favourite book The Whole Truth, and favourite TV show, Real Husbands of Hollywood. He enjoys Usher’s music and his favourite actor, Kevin Hart, is the star of his favourite film, Think Like A Man Too.
He says that viewers can expect ‘talent and humour’ from him and if he wins, he’ll invest his money in business. What won’t he do to win? ‘Anything that goes against my human nature’. (more…)
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