24 March 2014

South Africa: Live Show: Kat's Amazing Reward

Photo: Big Brother Mzansi
Thando Hlwatika.

After winning the Friday Night Game two nights ago, Kat was finally given her reward. And it's as amazing as we thought it would be.

Never one to shy away from pampering the truly deserving, Big Brother left Kat speechless with the prize reveal. After ordering her to leave the lounge where everyone was gathered for the Diary Room, Big Brother finally let the cat out of the bag.

Kat will spend the next four days, starting tonight, in Suite 501. There she will enjoy peace and quiet, as well as loads of pampering. Kat will get time away from her fellow Housemates and will not be expected to partake in any Tasks or chores. She will also be given the opportunity to spy on the other Housemates, as they go about their daily business - all from the comfort of her new digs. Perfect for refining her strategy, isn't it? Everyone needs a little time away.

Pamper zone

If Sol survives possible Eviction tonight, we wonder if he will be able to cope without her. Over the last few days, he has made it known just how much he still wants her. Kat's absence is bound to kick off speculation about where she disappeared to.

Tune into the Nomination show on Monday night to see who will be on the chopping block this week.

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