The All Stars spent the night and the early hours of day 53 rehearsing for their wager challenge. They practised various sports inspired by their childhood. Per Biggie’s brief on Monday, the housemates discussed the best ways to make sure that they secure a win come Friday. They brainstormed ideas to incorporate unique elements from each of their childhood sports, aiming to create a captivating and entertaining routine.
Some of the sports practised were the three-legged race, the rubber band game, the egg race, and the ‘I Call On’ race. They made comments and argued amongst themselves to make sure they were all on the same page about which elements to include in their routine. Will this lead to an overall victory, though? No one knows yet, but a couple of the housemates have expressed their concern about the direction of the preparations and how they think it might jeopardise their final execution.
Adekunle and Sholzy had expressed concern to Biggie about the housemates’ failure to comprehend the brief presented to the house on Monday. They felt that some of the housemates were not fully grasping the concept and were veering off track with their ideas. The two All Stars emphasised the importance of clarity in order to increase their chances of wager success.
We can’t wait to see how the wager challenge presentation turns out and if Adekunle and Sholzy’s concerns will prove to be right or if things will go according to plan. The housemates’ interpretation of what’s expected of them in accordance with the brief will ultimately determine the overall outcome, potentially having an impact on their chances of bagging a triumphant result.
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