Big Brother Introduces Four New Housemates

Big Brother Introduces Four New Housemates

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The Big Brother Titans show is about to get even more interesting as Biggie just sprung a surprise on the housemates.

During the pool party, the contestants got not one but four new visitors, their new colleagues who have now joined the race for the $100,000 up for grabs.

The New housemates made a grand entrance, shortly after the house lost their weekly wager challenge. Disguised as biggie’s Ninjas, they made their way to the pool party, awaiting a signal from Big Brother.

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Balance and equality have always been a norm in the Big Brother franchise, this principle is seen in the play, as the new housemates consist of two males and two females from both Nigeria and South Africa.

We have Blue Aiva who is South African, Sandra a Nigerian, Theo Thraw a South African and lastly, and Miracle OP a Nigerian. It is unclear whether or not they are just regular house-mates or a part of Big Brother’s Puzzle.

Recall that Mmeli emerged as the first head-of-house for the show. Mmeli, a South African, became the first Head of House after winning the HoH house game held on Monday night.

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Mmeli star achieved the feat after winning a keenly-contested game on Monday evening. The housemates were divided into two groups, male and female, and were asked to build paper planes. After the round of building, the house-mates then put their inventions on a flight test.

At the end of the first round, Mmeli and Lukay emerged as the top male contestants while Olivia and Jenni O lead the female category. The second stage involved a game of dice, the top four house-mates were asked to roll a die and the person with the highest number would be the winner.

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