Cross and other former Big Brother Naija stars react as the show’s next season unites SA and Nigeria. The producers of the Big Brother show are preparing to offer their viewers a new experience as they will unite two nations next season.
A new Big Brother program is introduced by the MultiChoice Group. SA and Big Brother Naija are involved this time. The two nations will be represented among the roommates.
On September 15, 2022, at the MultiChoice Media Showcase event held in Lagos, John Ugbe, CEO of Multichoice Nigeria, said so.
The show will take place the following year and fans can’t wait, he continued.
The show’s 2023 season is expected to be a cross between Big Brother Naija and Big Brother Mzansi, with past season champions of both shows from South Africa and Nigeria. It will air on DStv in Africa in 2023.
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After five seasons of Big Brother Mzansi and seven seasons of Big Brother Naija in Nigeria, MultiChoice and M-Net aim to create a show called Big Brother Face-Off that will include former contestants from both countries’ editions.
Several Big Brother Naija roommates have noticed how excited they are about the upcoming development and how much they are anticipating it.
The host of the show, Tobi, eagerly anticipated the battle of SA Naija.
Dorathy Bachar said:
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