Monday, 12 July 2010


Today M-Net made a dramatic announcement confirming that the show is set to be a full All Stars version, featuring some of the most unforgettable, outspoken, entertaining housemates of previous editions! Big Brother All Stars will see 14 housemates from 14 African countries come together to compete 24/7 for 91 days in the search for the ultimate winner prize – USD 200 000.
Biola Alabi, M-Net Africa Managing Director, was pleased to make the news public. “We want to thank fans of the show for being so patient with us. We’re completely excited about this show and have wanted to announce the full name of the series for some time but given the logistics required on a show like this, we’ve waited until today to announce the full title of the Big Brother All Stars.” She goes on to say, “All the housemates, both those included in the new show and those who are not on this series, are the true stars of the Big Brother Africa story and we want to celebrate them in all their glory. What better way than to bring back some of the fans’ favourite characters for a second chance at the big prize. So join them on July 18 as they set off on a whole new With the stakes now raised, BIG Big Brother All Stars means that this season will be more strategic than ever before…with all the housemates having played the game previously, they each come into the new season equipped with more insight and knowledge into the world of alliances, conspiracy and tactics. What will happen? Who will survive? And how will they play?