The third season of reality TV series, Big Brother Nigeria, was launched on Sunday with the theme ‘Double Wahala’.
The show, running for a second consecutive year, features contestants who are gifted in music, comedy, acting, entrepreneurship, among others.
On Monday, the housemates were given their first task of finding bed spaces as those available were limited.
In what was a rigorous challenge of building the tallest balloon tower of all, Tobi Bakre was crowned the first head of house in the current edition of the reality show.
Double the Wahala
The number of contestants increased from last year’s 12 housemates to 20 contestants. The reason for this season’s theme has been unveiled.
On this edition of BBNaija, Big Brother popularly addressed as Biggie is going to pair up the housemates in strategic partnerships.
For the duration of their stay in the house, the pair’s fate will be tied like Siamese twins.
This means that the housemates will not only win and lose tasks together but will also be nominated and evicted together.
In essence, the consequences of one’s actions and inaction will rub off on the other, hence teamwork will be important on this season of the reality show.
Housemates are competing for N45 million on this season’s BBNaija. Every Sunday on the show, viewers will witness an eviction of a housemate.
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