- The highly anticipated eighth season of Big Brother Naija, set to debut on July 23, will feature an all-stars edition, showcasing former housemates.
- Participants will compete for a grand prize of N120 million in cash, while fans will have the opportunity to win significant amounts of money through a game.
- The Head of House challenge will come with a unique twist, while familiar elements like Saturday night parties and dairy room sessions will continue to be part of the show.
The upcoming eighth season of Big Brother Naija promises to deliver an exciting and unpredictable experience, as it has been designated as an all-stars edition.
During the Big Brother briefing in Lagos today, July 14, organizers, in viral video, unveiled captivating insights about the show, building anticipation for its highly anticipated premiere.
This means that ex-housemates from Pepper Dem, Double Wahala, and See Gobe set will go head to head in the house for the grand prize of N120m.
With no auditions conducted for this edition, the show is set to commence on Sunday, July 23, and is scheduled to run for a duration of 70 days, spanning from July 21 to October 1, 2023.
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This year, Showmax has a thrilling treat in store for fans as they will be airing a full 24-hour marathon of the show, made possible by the sponsorship of Moniepoint.
Former contestants who are married from past seasons of BBNaija are eligible to participate if they express interest, as the selection criteria primarily focus on being an ex-housemate with a positive personality.
Ebuka Obi-Uchendu will assume the role of a host, and the Saturday night party, pool party, arena games, and diary sessions will be held in the same manner as in previous editions.
The all-stars edition will feature its fair share of surprises and unexpected developments. The Head of House challenge will take on a new format, the black envelope game will be introduced, and in a thrilling twist, 30 fortunate fans will have the opportunity to win a staggering 30 million in a fave lock-in game.