Wednesday, June 03, 2009


Howdy - do peeps and how has the day been?

This is coming from a reliable source and you've got to tighten your sit belt and read this through.

The BIGGEST BIG BROTHER AFRICA ever, M-nets blockbuster Reality Series is back again and you bet this series is going to get better.

It was a world-first when M-Net launched BIG BROTHER AFRICA on DStv, the first continental Big Brother to ever be screened. Since then BIG BROTHER AFRICA has become a reality TV sensation, the ultimate African super-series. Now a new season has been announced to begin in September.

And the big news is that M-Net is now planning…The biggest BIG BROTHER AFRICA ever.


Prize money has been doubled and now stands at a phenomenalUSD 200 000, a breathtaking, life-altering ‘winner takes all’ fortune.
Newly introduced open castings in 18 cities will form the widest BIG BROTHER AFRICA search ever. Add 40 ‘all-seeing, all-knowing’ cameras, and 100 microphones and the new season has almost twice as much sight and sound capability as seasons 1, 2 or 3.I
n addition, the old rules banning conspiracy in the house have been lifted and contestants will be free to forge alliances, discuss strategy openly and play the game in an entirely different way.Even the voting is set to undergo a complete transformation.

This year, audiences will be asked to vote for the housemates they want to see remain in the series rather than the housemates they want to see leave the house. So it’s all about being positive and keeping the great players in the game!
Top all this off with a dramatic revised format, bolder and more intense than anything audiences have seen so far. Do all this…and then you may get some idea of the sheer scale of production that’s been planned. And that’s just what the channel is willing to reveal right now.

“The team’s been working for months already, fine-tuning the latest edition, focusing on delivering the ultimate BIG BROTHER AFRICA. We’ve got quite a few secrets this time round, so you’ll have to wait and see what happens. We aren’t going to give awayall our surprises, but it’s definitely a new series and we mean new,” saysM-Net Africa Director Biola Adekanbi.

She goes on to say, “After three seasons, it was time for a fresh spin, time for bright ideas. This series is for the fans, to say thank you for supporting Big Brother since it began. So we’re giving them the best gift we can – a show to beat all the others.”

Following up on this vision, series producers Endemol SA have also been busy analyzing and observing other Big Brother successes around the world to develop innovative series elements and inject fresh new creativity into the production.

Once again, in BIG BROTHER AFRICA: THE REVOLUTION, would-be housemates from Angola, Botswana, Ghana, Kenya, Malawi, Namibia, Nigeria, South Africa, Tanzania, Uganda, Zambia and Zimbabwe are eligible to enter the series.

This time round though, the search has been widened to include housemates from Mozambique, a dynamic and growing economy, and Ethiopia, which is home to the African Union.
To get the process started, M-Net has begun calling for entries for the new season. And, in line with its re-energized identity, the new BIG BROTHER AFRICA will include, for the first time, open castings sessions in the 14 participating countries.Just take yourself, or a friend, or a family member that you think is perfect for the show, to a casting venue and get in line to see the selection team.

Remember that castings will be held on a ‘first come/first served’ basis and to qualify for entry, you must be over the age of 21, be fluent in English, have a valid passport and be a citizen of any of the 14 participating countries.
Entrants who impress the selectors at the open castings will head into several follow-up selection rounds, before the final housemates are chosen.
They’ll then head into a revolutionized BIG BROTHER AFRICA house on September 6.91 entertaining days later, after chasing the largest reality series prize that M-Net has ever offered and almost certainly the largest reality TV cash prize on offer in Africa, one winner will be chosen by voting audiences at the series Finale on December 6.

Once again, all the action will be screened on DStv channel 198, 24/7 so audiences won’t miss a thing on the revitalized BIG BROTHER AFRICA.

For more information on BIG BROTHER AFRICA: THE REVOLUTION, to find out where to enter or to reconnect with other fans, And check in regularly because in the run-up to September 6, M-Net will have several major announcements regarding their biggest, boldest Big Brother yet

.Download your entry form here


Anonymous said...

Sassy carry time with this every minute update. You wan make them sack me for work for living on yur site?

Ok back to Big brother, you sure you no wan join me make we go claim that $200,000

BSNC said...

lol i thought you update before too.

So big brother is bac, i barely watch this last one. I just watched clips from the mnet website.

Sassy Trends said...

Lmao, naija girl don't even start, it's on now o my sister, im gonna give you the details of the auditioning for naija soon, just want to be sure its going to be held there, and thanks sweets.

@BSNC, BBA is back o and according to sources, this one is just going to be different from the ones before, keep it glued dear, I bet you'll enjoy this one.. take out time to watch cos its parts of the fun anyway.

Thanks for the love


Miss.Subrosa said...

What really are they celebrating and preaching in there?
It better be more tush and tech than the former ones who celebrates nudity and sexism.

Sassy Trends said...

Great one mis.subrosa! We can only hope... but I think the trend have been set in place and it will be too hard to start deviating now...

Fancy-Free said...

2 updates in a day, na you biko. Good job. I wonder if I'll be able to watch the series online anyway. Our very own UK big brother starts tonight too.

Sassy Trends said...

lol.. thanks for the love fancy-free, only the best for you all nah abi?

Anyway, even if you are not chanced to watch, you can alwats read through the summary to get updated and for the one UK big bro.. that's cool. I guess you will make out time to watch that anyway.


natasha said...

I'm getting impressed, your dream is coming out real ore, keep it up.
I love this.

Lhinkoln said...

BBA ke?
They better focus on promoting omorale this on this series, same thing keep happening and most are just predictable, I'll rather check out the UK series. Thanks for the info Fancy-free.

Hey sassy girl, I've been away for some while, watz been happening on Sassy Trends?

Sassy Trends said...

@natasha babes, thanks o abi, my sake lol...
@Lhinkoln, promoting morale you mean to say right? Wondered where you have been anyway, thanks for breezing in today. Much love dearest.


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