The game is on, and Big Brother’s house is getting hotter as the house was rocked by yet another eviction on Sunday night, and the outcome was nothing short of jaw-dropping.
In a twist that left both the housemates and the viewers on the edge of their seats, Uriel’s journey came to an unexpected end, leaving emotions running high and setting social media on fire.
Host Ebuka Obi-Uchendu set the tone for the evening as he began by asking a couple of hot questions. He asked Whitemoney about his strategy to isolate Cee-C to which Whitemoney said it was just to curtail the disrespect he has received from Cee-C. The stage was set for an intense evening, with the housemates nervously awaiting the verdict of the jury, composed of three influential former housemates.
The spotlight shifted to the jury members, who were tasked with choosing which housemate from the bottom two, Uriel and Seyi, should be evicted. The jury consisted of Teddy A from the Double Wahala edition, Diana from the Level Up Season, and the winner of the Lockdown season, Laycon.
In the end, Ebuka announced Uriel as the second housemate to leave the All-Stars show. The decision was met with social media outburst, as Uriel had been a significant player in the house, known for her interactive and funny diary room sessions. Uriel made her way to the stage, where Ebuka conducted an emotional exit interview, discussing her relationships, and journey within the house. She noted that she would focus on her fitness journey by working with more brands and spotlighting her brand-new restaurant. The hilarious ex-housemate also noted that she already misses Neo, all in surprisingly high spirits.
As the show heads into another week of challenges, alliances, and surprises, one thing is clear: the game is only getting started! If tonight’s eviction is any indication, fans can expect many more surprises in the weeks to come. With the jury in play and after tonight’s shocking eviction, it has become more important than ever for fans to keep their favorite housemates from the bottom as anything can happen.
Viewers can save their faves from the hot seat of the jury by voting via the MyDStv and MyGOtv apps, mobile, or website. Depending on their subscription, all DStv subscribers are liable to up to 10,000 votes (Prestige subscribers) or as little as 200 votes. GOtv subscribers, on the other hand, get between 200 and 750 votes (GOtv Supa+) based on their subscription.
Until the next eviction show next Sunday, viewers can enjoy BBNaija All-Stars on the 24/7 channel – DStv ch. 198 and GOtv ch. 49. Remember, if you are away from home and don’t want to miss a minute of the action, you can catch up with your favourite All-Star housemates on the DStv Stream app or Showmax. For more information about the show and programming, visit DSTV.
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