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High expectations as Big Brother Naija All-Stars edition premiers today

Fans of the renowned reality TV show Big Brother Naija (BBNaija) are looking forward to the premiere of the year’s season, dubbed “All-Stars.”

As the most watched and contentious reality program returns to the televisions today, July 23rd, it will be another 70 days of excitement, unforeseen twists and turns, exciting and fascinating tasks, and many more.

Fans can expect to see the regular head of house challenge, arena games, the famous pool and grill party, Saturday night raves, and their favorite ‘Ninjas’ running various errands for Big Brother, including making mischief and playing pranks on housemates, in this edition, which will feature some participants from previous seasons.

In a press conference on July 14, the organizers confirmed that this season will feature carefully selected housemates and fan favorites from previous seasons of the show – See Gobe, Double Wahala, Pepper Dem, Lockdown, Shine Ya Eye, and Level Up.

As a result, for the first time in the show’s history, fans will be able to see some of their favorite housemates from past seasons as they return to the house for another shot at the top spot in the game of wit, strategy, and character.

“It has been seven years of engaging our viewers, the industry and the fans. This is the biggest show in Africa and once Big Brother is on, the majority tune in. Fans should watch out for new versions of the housemates they used to know,” said the Executive Head, Content and West Africa Channels at MultiChoice Nigeria Limited, Dr. Busola Tejumola.

“We appreciate MoniePoint Nigeria for joining us as lead sponsors of this promising season and partnering with us to pier the dreams of the talent who will thrill us this season with beautiful performances as we get reintroduced to fans’ favourite housemates.

“Of Course, fans can expect to get up close and personal with the housemates through their diary room sessions,” Tejumola said.

This year, the winning prize has been marked up from last year’s N100 million as the winner of this 8th edition will walk away with a grand prize of cash and other materials worth N120 million.

The show’s regular host, Ebuka Obi-Uchendu comes back as the reality show anchor for the BBNaija All-Star Edition.

Speaking on what fans should expect, Obi-Uchendu listed “fun, drama and all the razzmatazz that comes with a reality show”.

“These contestants can’t be coming for a show like this without a strategy; it’s N120m we are talking about right here. So, stay glued to your BBNaija channels and catch all the excitement that comes with this show. As I will say, you can’t just know what will happen,” he said.

The show will premiere at 7 pm on Africa Magic Showcase (Channel 151), Africa Magic Urban (Channel 153), and Africa Magic Family (Channel 154) on Sunday, July 23. It will continue to air for 10 weeks on the 24-hour Big Brother dedicated Channels, Dstv Channel 198 and Gotv Channel 49, while the grand finale will be on October 1, 2023.

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