10 March 2014

South Africa: Live Show: A Fair Goodbye to Lola

Photo: Big Brother Mzansi

The tension was never as thick and uneasy as when Lungile summoned reigning Head of House Sol to stand up, man up and deliver his long awaited Save and Replace reveal. Following a chit chat with some of the Housemates, Lungile picked their brains on which strategies they employed during this first week of Nominations.

The feelings generally circled around who they thought was a threat, or perhaps not a threat at all. Whichever way they placed their strategy, Nominationg and audience Voting had to be done.

And then came that moment in every game when someone has to face a ball of nerves and cringe as their name appeared at the stake and descend the plank to embark on a walk of shame. The weakest link turned out to be none other than one fiery redhead; Lola.

Her bestie Thando was inconsolable as the beaut in a royal blue gown was led out by her prince-charming MK. Her maternal instincts shone out as she told her loved ones to stay strong and hold the tears.

Lola's swan song

On stage, Lola confessed to Lungile that although she was sad to leave, she was glad at the same time. She dished on last night's fight between the girls; clearly raising her nose to Lexi's glass-smashing antiques. When asked about her relationship with MK all the dashing dame had to say was "MK is one hell of a man."

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