As BBNaija Season Six premieres on Saturday, these are eight moments to look forward to in 2021.
According to News Online, Africa’s most popular reality show, Big Brother Naija, will return for a new season on Saturday, June 24, 2021.
Big Brother is bringing a lot of twists and shocks to the show this year, like he does every season.
The audience and the housemates are in for a treat this season, with a double launch program and a redesigned home.
Ebuka will reveal the season’s theme as the countdown to the opening weekend begins. Here are a few things to anticipate:
A double-header premiere: BBNaija Season Six kicks off with the biggest twist ever. For the first time, the show will be broadcast over two evenings. The first half of the premiere will air on June 24, 2021, and the second half will air on June 25, 2021.
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More fascinating personalities: Big Brother has perfected the art of putting together the most interesting mix of people, and this year is no exception. MultiChoice guarantees that this season’s housemates will be more intriguing than any previous season’s housemates.
More interesting tasks: If you think Big Brother Naija Lockdown has the most interesting and lucrative challenges, think again. Season 6 of Big Brother Naija will provide the housemates with even more fantastic and financially lucrative activities.
A redesigned BBNaija house: Biggie’s house will be substantially different this year than it was last year. Expect fresh decor, new places, and even a special feature that has never been seen before in previous seasons. The house, like the previous season, is being designed entirely by local artists.
Two new house currencies that will play an important role in the season’s gameplay: When the show premieres on Saturday, Biggie will retire the old currencies from previous seasons and unveil two new currencies that have never been seen before.
A completely new, exclusively packaged BBNaija show on Showmax: Twice a week, Showmax will air an exclusive 30-minute show called The Buzz, in which fans can catch up on all the hidden action they might have missed on other channels. The devoted series will be a magazine-style show with a host, broadcast twice a week on Tuesdays and Saturdays.
No SMS voting: All voting will take place on the Big Brother Naija website and mobile site, as well as the MyDStv and MyGOtv applications this year.
Fave Lock-In makes a comeback: The fan competition, which debuted last season, is back this season. The Fave Lock-In competition will give 30 BBNaija fans a chance to earn N1 million apiece if the housemate they’ve chosen to “Lock-In” wins the show’s sixth season. Between July 29 and August 2, 2021, fans will be able to vote for the competitor they believe will win.
The 10-episode reality program will chronicle the lives of strangers as they engage and vie for the top prize over the course of ten weeks.