Fans of the show will be a happy bunch, having waited for an year since it’s last edition. Filled with drama, budding romances, fun competitions, nerve wrecking evictions, the reality series has grown to a boast of a substantial following across the continent. The show is set to hit the screens on 6 September.
The show has produced some of Africa’s gig names in the showbiz industry and is set to usher in a new group of stars in the making.
Entry is open to the same 14 countries with the exception of Angola which will be replaced by newcomers Rwanda. Participating countries for the 9th edition of the show this year are: Botswana, Ethiopia, Ghana, Kenya, Malawi, Namibia, Nigeria, Sierra Leone, Rwanda, South Africa, Tanzania, Uganda, Zambia and Zimbabwe.
Entries are only open to persons over the age of 21, who are citizens of one of the participating countries and must have a valid passport. Producers are looking for persons who are entertaining and passionate about the Big Brother experience; and they have to be fluent in English.
Audition dates will be finalized in June and more information on BIG BROTHER AFRICA 9 will be made available over the next month, so stay tuned to DStv, follow the action on Twitter and Facebook and also on their website.
Courtesy of BBA