Multichoice finally speaks, Big Brother Naija season 4 kicks off June
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The biggest April fool for 2019 according to many will continue to be the failure of the multichoice to commence the Big Brother reality show in April. With so much anticipation from viewers across the nation and beyond, expecting the show to grace CHANNEL 199 on the DSTV cable immediately after the extract from last season which lasted few weeks but to no avail. Some alleged that, the Big brother house is still undergoing construction, while some said nothing will be televised this year, claiming the audition is just a scammed to make money. A lot of speculation and assumption will have been avoided if the convener of the show Multichoice has come out to clear the air but they remain silent.
Finally, Multichoice PAY television channel, Multichoice Nigeria, says season 4 of its reality TV show, Big Brother Naija, which kicks off in June, will be filmed in Nigeria.
Announcing the return of the reality TV show on Sunday, Multichoice said the 2019 edition was themed – “Forget Wahala”.
It said that Ebuka Obi-Uchendu would return as the show host for the third time, adding that the reality TV show was scheduled to be filmed in some other countries as well.
Multichoice Nigeria had earlier teased the audience with a possible theme for the fourth edition, ‘Forget Wahala.’ on Friday, May 2.
The first edition was tagged Big Brother Nigeria, while the second edition had the theme, ‘See Gobe,’ then the third edition was tagged ‘Double Wahala.’.
Auditions for the fourth season held in February, while online auditions held in March with the audience voting for one housemate to join the members of the house.
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