This week the would-be lovers Tatiana and Munya were put up by the rest of their housemates as the two up for eviction in the Big Brother All Stars series. But because Tatiana is again head of house, she got to save herself and put one of her housemates on the chopping block. Who did she choose? South Africa’s Lerato. Urgh. She must have some beef with Lerato. It’s probably because Lerato is strong-willed, fun and a treat to Tati. I’m hoping Lerato doesn’t ‘go home’ aka to the barn, but I guess we’ll have to wait and see tonight. I dig Munya too so it’s a tough call. I’m behind #TeamLerato. I hope you are too 🙂
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Yoh that was pretty intense. Yacob (Jack off) is a DB… I’m team Uti! Big Brother All Stars are getting fired up- and that’s with their food allowance still available. In light of last weekend’s mutiny and this argument, are these housemates about to give us some of the best entertainment on TV? I’d say so…
M-Net’s Big Brother All Stars season hasn’t been dull- at all. Apart from all the housemates being up for nomination last week; their mutiny against Biggie at the weekend and or course Big Brother’s eviction curveball, there were other surprises in store for the All Stars. Instead of seeing Tatiana and Kaone off, the two ‘evictees’ were sent right back into the house. So the big question, who of the housemates aren’t so popular this week? Well once all the nominations were in, it was Sammi, Uti and Tatiana who found themselves up for eviction. But because Tatiana is the head of house, she had the opportunity to swap herself with someone else- and that she did by putting Hannington up for eviction.
So who are you keeping in Africa’s most watched house? Get to http://bigbrotherafrica.dstv.com to find out more about how you can vote to save your favourite.
The 18th of July is a day we celebrate in South Africa. The reason? It’s former president, Nelson Mandela’s birthday. He will be 92 years old. Now while he spent 67 years fighting for human rights, equality among everyone and making a difference in the world; Madiba and his team have called for us to spare just 67 minutes for those less fortunate than ourselves. You can read newspapers to the elderly or you can go and help nurses and social workers feed a few of our younger members of society. I haven’t decided on what I will be doing on Sunday, but I will share my experience with you when I’m done.
So that is what Sunday will hold for many, but it also sees the launch of the new Big Brother season on DStv. To help kick off the launch of the show, dancehall star, Sean Paul will perform three of his songs. I saw Sean Paul performing in 2007 at the X-Games in Aspen and he was but awesome. So Africa, you’re in for a treat. What a great way to kick off the new, All-Stars season of the hit show. I’m wondering who will be there, vying for the $200 000 prize money? Perhaps Lerato from South Africa? How about the very controversial Tatiana? Let’s see this weekend, when the show gets going. You can follow Big Brother on Twitter @BigBroAfrica and online at http://www.mnetafrica.com/bigbrother