Only seven days in and Big Brother Africa is hotter then ever.
This time around the popular reality television show has been amplified, and the series certainly started off on a high as the launch show garnered a great endorsment from International hip-hop icon Busta Rhymes, who not only performed on the South African stage, but also took time to sit down with the shows Nigerian presenter IK.
This year there are 26 housemates from the 14 African countries Angola, Botswana, Ghana, Ethiopia, Kenya, Malawi, Mozambique , Namibia, Nigeria, Tanzania, Uganda, South Africa, Zambia and Zimbabwe, the perfect melting pot for mischeif and mishaps.
So far, 25 year-old Ugandan Sharon O has proven to be the most popular amongst the public. And on entry into the house the beauty declared she ‘would not lose her dignity for money’ but is determined to get to the final.
Week 1 has seen the first head of house elected, the first kiss and plenty of possible blooming romances.
Let the games begin…