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Top party look of the season

Style has been a point of disagreement in the house, but one thing no one can dispute is that the top 6 have bodied all their Saturday Night Party looks.

Big Brother took the time to study their individual style before the season commenced, and the housemates were well represented in the garments that Biggie showered them with at all Saturday Night Parties.

Big Brother’s parties are no small event, so one must show up and show out. Here are the best looks by this season’s finalists.


In week five we presented You’re my match. The Saturday Night Party saw the housemates dressing up in garments that match with their teams.

That week, the housemates were placed in groups and were required to make moves together (tasks and wager presentations were done in these groups).

It was only right, then, that Biggie close off the week dedicated to team work by placing your faves in clothes that unite them one last time.

Their colour coordinated drip brought colour to the party room, and elevated some of their style. Liberation is on the other side of discomfort, and such was the case for Makhekhe.

He rocked an orange number that invited his chest to come out to play, and play it did.


McJunior channelled his inner Amapiano hunk when he dressed in a Daliwonga inspired outfit for week nine’s Saturday Night Party.

That week’s party was themed Influencer Fashion after the housemates’ embodied influencers and content creators for the week’s theme and wager. Daliwonga, one of the most influential figures in Amapiano and pop culture as a whole.

The singer not only charms with his vocals and sultry lyrics, but through his style too. There’s nothing like a Daliwonga’s exposed chest and bejeweled neck to make on-lookers gasp, and such was the case for McJunior too. McJunior partied in an all-white suit



The S’ya Mosha season dedicated itself to a splurge of colour and vibrance. The best way to represent this is through all the colours of a kaleidoscope.

That reference has been the overarching theme of the season, so of course the housemates served colour in the form of high-end, ready-to-wear runway fashion from Imprint ZA.

The way Mpumi slayed, you’d swear her garment was sewed to her body. Tshipi yako Pirara was the boss of the dance floor with her co-ord blazer and shorts.


Papa Ghost

The streets called him ASAP Ghost or PapaRocky after he bodied ASAP Rocky’s 2023 Met Gala look by Gucci.

PapaGhost paid homage to the trapstar when he wore the denim and kilt number paired with a white shirt and black blazer and finished off with faux designer loafers.

He towered over his fellow housemates making him hard to miss in the party room. The train to his kilt elevated the look to regal status as a glided across Biggie’s property.



Style is the dyan’s middle name. Sinaye never misses a beat when it comes to his fashion sense. Be it he’s chilling in the lounge, or getting lit by the pool, he will serve rich uncle realness. It is to be expected, then, that he’ll server in the party room too, and if the last 10 weeks are anything to go by, he has not disappointed. More when he rocked a colourful kimono for his rendition of a festival look during Biggiechella.



No one is more iconic than Biggie for bringing a festival to the party room, and he’s more iconic for the looks he delivered for the housemates in week 8.

Biggiechella as the party was themed, was a swaray of funky looks and fashion hits. The most memorable outfit of the night goes to the goddess of that night, HoH Zee.

Zee embodied an modern African queen in a regal beaded headpiece, with shoulder beads to match. Of course her face was beat to the gods to meet the moment that was her drip.

Zee left viewers gagged and eating the look up all at the same time.

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