Big Brother All Stars Show Gathers Momentum


South Africa’s Lerato has joined Hannington and Sammi in The Barn after Sunday night’s live Big Brother All Stars eviction show.

Lerato found herself up for eviction when Head of House, Tatiana, replaced herself with the South African and for the second week in a row, the person Tatiana replaced herself with was evicted from the All Stars House.

Malawian hip hop star, Young Kay, kicked off the show before IK showed viewers an insert about the turbulent week the two sets of All Stars experienced in the House and The Barn.

During Monday’s nomination show, Head of House, Tatiana, saved herself from nomination for the second week in a row and replaced herself with Lerato. IK took viewers into the house and asked Tatiana to reveal her decision to her housemates. After a long speech about the challenges she was facing in the game, Tatiana told the housemates she had saved herself and replaced herself with someone who she respected and was ‘playing the game,’ Lerato.

“All good,” said the South African before heading upstairs to pack her suitcase.

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As the housemates took in the change in the status quo with Yacob looking a little shell-shocked at the prospect of losing Lerato, the African Child Hip Hop crew mesmerised the audience with a phenomenal dance performance.

IK then gave viewers a chance to see how the housemates’ quest to crack each other’s secrets was going. Munya couldn’t guess Paloma’s, but Tatiana cracked Lerato’s. Paloma also couldn’t guess Meryl’s, but when Munya revealed his secret to Tatiana, Big Brother informed the housemates that his transgression wasn’t in the spirit of the game and had cost the housemates US$1,000.

With the updates out of the way, it was time to get down to business as IK accepted the famous envelope from the Alexander Forbes representative.  Greeting the housemates, he uttered the words they all fear “The next housemate to leave the Big Brother Africa All Stars house is… Munya you are safe – Lerato you have been evicted.”

— Bayo Adetu

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