After months of waiting, agitation and expectation, the popular Pan-African TV reality show, Big Brother, from M-Net on the DStv platform has now made a big comeback into the home screen.
From Saturday night when the housemates were being called on stage and introduced into the new big brother house, those who are quite familiar with the show and understand the concept and contents of Big Brother will easily keep a tab on some of the housemates who really came in for the real deal.
Unlike the previous edition, the BBNaija season 7 entitled Level Up edition has 24 total number of housemates who are locked up to compete for the one hundred million naira grand prize and a brand new SUV car from Innoson motor.
One thing that is however clear about the show is the fact that some of the housemates already have their eyes fixed on the prize from the moment they stepped their foot on stage where Ebuka received them into the house.
Two Female Housemates who fall into this category and may likely go far in the contest is Doyin and Chomzy. This is owing to their manner of approaching the competition, their strength of characters, tenacity of purpose and audacity of hope.
Esther Chuma fondly known as Chomzy is no doubt a housemate that will soon take the social media by storm in a not too distant time except something usual happens along the way.
From the short conversation she held with Ebuka on Sunday while coming into the house, it was obvious she means business.
When asked by Ebuka what she will be bringing to the big brother house and what her fans should be expecting from her, she told him anything that could make her win the money. She disclosed that she had her eyes and mind fixed on the grand prize and she is doing everything within her might to land the money.
For a lady of her calibre to have made this statement certainly indicates she is not in Big Brother house to play. With her kind of determination, Nigerians should expect anything dramatic from Chomzy in the house and this is what Big Brother fans really look out for in the contest.
The second female housemate is Doyinsola David from Ondo State. Although, she didn’t make a categorical statement while coming into the house but since she got in there, she has been a major force in the house.
She is blunt, vocal and friendly. She appears to be one of the first persons to have studied most of the new housemates in less than 24 hours of her arrival.
Similarly, she has successfully created a pity party for herself while discussing with some of her colleagues on Monday morning. Doyin told Dotun and Allyson how she lost her Dad while she was 12 years old and how she went through a rough and bumpy path to where she is today.
That statement has drawn some level of attention towards her and if she could maintain that tempo, it may end up being her tipping point. The statement has thrown her up for attention by viewers.
She is someone to be watched out for in the days ahead.Follow us on social media