Big Brother Naija All-Stars has premiered, bringing back fan favourites from past seasons. As the all-stars compete for the ultimate prize, this season promises to be full of drama, excitement, and surprising surprises.
See Gobbe (Season 2), Double Wahala (Season 3), Pepper Dem (Season 4), Lockdown (Season 5), Shine Ya Eye (Season 6), and Level Up (Season 7) are among the housemates featured in the All-Stars version. Bassey, Kemen, Bisola, Uriel, Tobi, Teddy A, Cee-C, Princess, Elozonam, Frodd, Diane, Venita, Neo, Kiddwaya, Lucy, Dorathy, Boma, Pere, Nini, Maria, Sheggz, Bryann, doyin, and Amaka are among the returning housemates.
Former housemate Tobi Bakre has been in the spotlight since his time on the show. With performances in films such as “Sugar Rush” and “Brotherhood,” he has cemented his spot in the entertainment business. His accomplishments include earning the Best Actor Award at the 2023 African Magic Viewers Choice Awards and amassing a 2.4 million Instagram following.
Natacha Akide, better known as tacha, has made considerable progress since the BBN. She has received numerous honours and operates several enterprises, as well as having a devoted fan base known as the ‘titans’ and 3.5 million Instagram followers.
Mr. Elozonam Ogbolu
Elozonam Ogbolu is a content creator, voice artist, and TV programme host who won the AMVCA award for Best Online Social Content Creator in 2023. Kidwaya Terseer, who comes from a wealthy family, runs a consulting firm in London and recently contributed N100 million to impoverished Nigerians.
Despite her exclusion from BBN, Erica Nlewedim has appeared in various films and received numerous sponsorship deals. Nengi, who has 3.2 million Instagram followers, has received various honours and is a brand ambassador for multiple companies.
Cee C, known for her controversial stint on the show, has over three million followers on Instagram and has collaborated with brands like Itel and FTX Africa. Angel Smith, another former housemate, has 1.1 million followers on Instagram and has worked with brands like Lipton and Oppo.
Khloe, known for her outspoken nature, made the 2023 Forbes 30 under 30 list, while Ozo, remembered for his affection towards Nengi, has collaborated with global brands like FIFA and Nike.
The return of these fan favorites promises an exciting season, with viewers eager to see how past dynamics play out in the new setting. The Big Brother Naija All-Stars edition is set to be a rollercoaster of emotions, drama, and entertainment, ensuring viewers remain glued to their screens.
Ebuka Obi-Uchendu, a former housemate from the first season, continues to host the show. His experience, neutrality, and fashion sense have made him a favorite among fans. Ebuka’s ability to handle controversial situations and his active engagement on social media further solidify his position as the perfect host for this special edition.
How To Watch
Viewers can catch all the action on DStv and Showmax. The show is available on the Africa Magic channel on DStv. Additionally, fans outside Nigeria can watch the show on Showmax, ensuring that the global audience remains connected.
How To Follow On Social Media
While the show airs on television, fans can also stay updated through various social media platforms, especially twitter. Ebuka, the host, is particularly active, providing regular updates and engaging with fans.
The Big Brother Naija All-Stars house has been exclusively showcased, revealing a luxurious and well-designed space ready to accommodate the all-stars. The house promises to be a center of drama, tasks, and memorable moments.