Big Brother Naija All Stars Season 8 has just been completed! The biggest reality show in Africa ended with a bang, featuring some of the most popular and controversial housemates from previous seasons. This season was full of drama, romance, and backstabbing, as the housemates competed for the grand prize of 120 million Naira. If you’re a fan of Big Brother Naija, then you won’t want to miss out on the highlights of this season! So, here’s everything you need to know. It had the biggest personalities from previous seasons coming together for an explosive showdown.
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In the first four weeks of Big Brother Naija All Stars Season 8, housemates experienced a whirlwind of events. From the intense battle for Head of House (HOH) to strategic nominations, challenging tasks, and heart-wrenching evictions.
During Week 1, housemates engaged in a power struggle for leadership while competing in the HOH competition. Bonds were formed, but friendships were tested as the nomination process began. Task challenges pushed housemates to showcase their teamwork and creativity.
Transitioning to Week 2, conflicts arose leading to heated arguments and unexpected alliances. The nomination process heightened tension as eviction loomed over the house.
Week 3 In Big Brother Naija
Furthermore, this week introduced surprises including guests appearance from former housemates. The weekly tasks intensified rivalries and showcased the true colors of the housemates. The pressure to secure their positions escalated. The guest housemates were Kim Opra, Sholzy, Prince Nelson and Lucy. They left after spending few weeks in the house.
Moreover, in week 4 emotions ran high as the first round of evictions took place. Tears were shed as beloved housemates bid farewell to their dreams of winning. The remaining contestants realized that strategy and resilience were key to survival. Overall, the people that got evicted were Princess, Uriel, and Kiddwaya.
The housemates actively participated in the HOH games held every Monday, while tasks were assigned to them from Tuesday to Saturdays. Additionally, they engaged in wager tasks to secure food supplies for the upcoming week. Every Friday evening they do pool parties while Saturday nights were for parties. Sundays were for evictions, which was done by Ebuka Obi-Uchendu.
Week 5 to Week 9 Highlights In Big Brother Naija
The HOH competitions continued with the sponsored tasks and the diary seasons every Tuesdays and Wednesdays at 1pm. Likewise, the pool party continued with Saturday parties and new DJs invited week in and out. The game intensified as the housemates carefully and wisely selected their nominations and this led to changes within the house. In the midst of all, relationships also grew stronger and extended further such as the budding connection between Venita and Adekunle which was affectionately known as Adenita.
Also, Soma and Angel (Somgel) became very closer. In fact, Angel currently announced that she’s open to marry him. In addition, Ilebaye and Venita had clashes on several occasion due to misunderstandings and disagreements. Alex and Pere, CeeC and Pere, and Angel also had some quarrels and many more.
Tolanibaj, Frodd, Seyi, Ike, Doyin, Whitemoney, Neo, Alex, Venita, Soma, and Angel all faced evictions during different weeks. The housemates’ journey in Big Brother Naija All Stars Season 8 came to an end as they were voted out one by one, leaving the house in a state of constant change and anticipation.
Top 6 Finalist In Big Brother Naija
Cross used his moniepoints and got more from other housemates which made him the first person to reach the finalist. Mercy also made it. CeeC had immunity envelop, while Ilebaye was the HOH and lastly, Pere and Adekunle were the least on the votes. The top 6 finalist where Ilebaye, Mercy Eke, CeeC, Adekunle, Pere and Cross. These housemates had fun during the final week and played more sponsored tasks such as Lipton, Close up, and Innoson; CeeC won the Innoson task and got an SUV as a gift. Also, Big brother organized a dinner party for them in which Gideon and Ebuka showed up and they all enjoyed themselves.
On the other hand, the housemates were showed their family members on the Television where they encouraged, prayed and supported them. They all got emotional and cried. In a nutshell, Ilebaye emerged as the winner of the big brother naija all stars season 8 with the total vote of 30. 08%. She left with the prize money of 120million, Innoson SUV, other home appliances, and many more.
The Big Brother Naija All Stars season ended on October 1 and it changed the lives of most of the housemates. It all started and ended on the basis of the housemates being engaged in tasks assigned to them every week, competing for individual and group victories. Ilebaye Odiniya emerged as the season 8 winner and went home with the 120m grand prize.
Speaking of the gold tokens earners, Adekunle secured 5 gold tokens and closely followed by CeeC who earned 4 gold tokens. Mercy Eke had the total of 7 gold tokens and Pere with 13 who had the highest gold tokens. Also, Cross earned 10 gold tokens while Ilebaye the winner ended with 6 gold tokens.
Frequently Asked Questions on Big Brother Naija
Who won Big Brother Naija Season 8?
As a result, the winner of the Big Brother Naija All stars season 8 was Ilebaye Odiniya A.K.A GenZ Baddie P.K.A Baye. She won the money prize of 120 million naira after spending 70 days in the house with a tough competition. In addition, she also won several gifts such a two weeks trip with Travel Beta, SUV from Innoson, Lush Hair, Waw, Nexus and many more.
Who is owner of Big Brother Naija?
Endemol Shine Group licenses Big Brother Naija, a television reality show franchise. Additionally, Multichoice Nigeria, a subsidiary of Multichoice Africa, produces and broadcasts the show on DStv and GOtv. Multichoice Nigeria is the owner and organizer of Big Brother Naija in Nigeria.
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