18 January 2013

Zambia: BBA 8 On Cards

MULTICHOICE Zambia says the call for entries into the prestigious super-series continental reality show, Big Brother Africa is set to commence next week.

Marlon Kananda, public Relations Manager for Multichoice says Africa Magic has already confirmed screening the eighth season of Big Brother Africa and that all Zambians who feel that they have what it takes to endure the 91 days in the house should look out for the entry announcement next week.

He says a comprehensive statement on the theme for this year's Big Brother Show, the participating countries and the channels it will be on would be announced.

On the aspect of surprise, Marlon says people should as usual expect more drama as Big Brother has never stopped to surprise viewers.

Africa Magic announced early this month that the entry would be announced in the middle of the month of January.

Marlon has since urged all those who are interested in taking part in the show to get ready for an even more interesting season.

On participation, Marlon says this is yet another opportunity for someone to change their life through being in the house and perhaps even win the ultimate prize.

He has also emphasised on the numerous benefits one would get outside the Big Brother walls just by being in the house.

"I know that this will be an interesting season and that new twists and captivating turns are expected in this coming season... so I would like to as usual call Zambians of legal age to take advantage of this," says Kananda.

Zambia has only won the continental reality show once when it was just introduced and last year came so close to winning through Talia Heyward but favor was upon the host South-Africa through the Keagan.

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