Names of Big Brother Titans 2023 Housemates
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It’s no longer news that Africa’s biggest reality TV show, BBNaija 2023 Auditions have been concluded and fans of the reality TV show are now waiting for the successful housemates list to be published online.
We bring you the Names of Big Brother Titans 2023 Housemates.
Big Brother Titans 2023
The Big Brother Titans (BBTitans) reality TV show is the first of its kind featuring housemates from two countries; South Africa and Nigeria. The season 1 show featured housemates who will be living in an enclosed house away from the contact with the world for a duration of 90 days.
Names of Big Brother Titans 2023 Housemates
|2.||Yemi Cregx||M||30||Ekiti, Nigeria||Entrepreneur|
|3.||Siya Juicy Jay||M||27||Tata, South Africa||Rugby Player|
|5.||Nelisa||F||25||Durban, South Africa||Entrepreneur|
|6.||Blaqboi||F||26||Jos, Nigerian||Content Creator|
|7.||Mmeli||M||27||Hillbrow, South Africa||Model/Content Creator|
|9.||Ipeleng||F||25||North West, South Africa||Law Student|
|10.||Melvin||M||29||Portharcourt, Nigeria||Chemical Engineer|
|11.||Thabang||M||21||Soweto, South Africa||Modeling|
|13.||Yaya||F||31||Cape Town, South Africa||Entrepreneur|
|15.||Lukay||M||31||Free State, South Africa||Sales Rep|
|16.||Jenni O||F||25||Imo, Nigeria||Health and Safety Specialist|
|17.||Tsatsii||F||24||Pretoria, South Africa||Biomedical Engineering Student|
|18.||Kanaga Jnr||M||23||Abia, Nigeria||Entrepreneur|
|19.||Justin||M||21||East London, South Africa||Photographer/ Content Creator|
|20.||Yvonne||F||27||Akwa Ibom, Nigeria||Model, Skin Care Enthusiast|
These are the Names of Big Brother Titans 2023 Housemates. In the course of their stay in the Big Brother house, viewers will have the privilege of deciding who stays and who is evicted from the Big Brother house. At the end of the show a winner will be crowned through popularity votes by viewers.
20 housemates compete for Big Brother Titans’ $100,000
The much-anticipated television reality show, Big Brother Titans, began with a lot of excitement on Sunday (today).
Unlike the usual Big Brother Naija format which features only Nigerians, and Big Brother Africa, which has housemates from across the continent, this particular show is open to only Nigerians and South Africans.
The first housemate to be unveiled was a 25-year-old South African female called Cossy. She described herself as a fun-loving, but also ‘serious’ person.
The second housemate to be unveiled was a Nigerian, Yemi Cregx. He stated that he was looking forward to learning more about South Africans in the course of the show.
The duo wasted no time in striking up a conversation. At a point, Cregx helped Cossy to adjust her wig; an action that resonated on social media, with many people posting about it.
Other South African housemates are Juicy Jay, Nelisa, Mmeli, Khosi, Ipeleng, Thabang, Yaya, Khehla, Tsatii, and Justin.
Nigerian contestants are Olivia, Blaqboy, Nana, Marven, Jaypee, Ebubu, Jenni O, Kanaga, and Yvonne.
Expectedly, there has been a lot of buzz about the show, especially as it is coming at a time when the country is preparing for general elections.
In a speech by John Ugbe, the Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer of MultiChoice Nigeria, the organiser of the show, he stated that due to the popularity of the show, it was practically inevitable not to pair Nigerians and South Africans in one house.
Reacting to criticism that the show will distract Nigerian youths from the forthcoming general elections, he maintained that Nigerian youths knew their priorities.
He said, “As two of the biggest economies in Africa, it was only a matter of time before something like this would come up. Just like there has been a clash of music genres such as afrobeats (Nigeria) and amapiano (South Africa), there was bound to be something of this nature.”
In the course of the show, there was also an announcement by the Independent National Electoral Commission educating Nigerians on the process of collecting their permanent voter’s cards.
Viewers were also treated to pictures of the expansive and well-designed house the contestants will call home for the coming weeks.
The reality show will run for 72 days (over 10 weeks). It also retains some of the Big Brother features, such as diary sessions, Head of House games, Friday night parties, and tasks.
It will be co-hosted by Nigerian, Ebuka Obi-Uchendu, and Lawrence Maleke, a South African.
Guests at the live screening of the show include Saga, Dorathy Bachor and Gerald (Nigerian Idol winner). Self-acclaimed Koko master, D’banj also performed at the event.
The last edition of BBN (Level Up) aired from July 23 to October 2, 2022. It was won by Phyna, and she smiled to the bank with a grand prize of N100m; while the last BBA held almost a decade ago in 2014. The winner, Tayo Faniran (Nigerian) went home with $300,000 worth of prizes.
List of BBNaija 2022/2023 Qualified Housemates Season 7
|S/N||Names||Real Name||State of Origin|
|1||Beauty||Beauty Etsanyi Tukura||Taraba State|
|2||Khalid||Ismail Rukuba Ahalu||Plateau State|
|7||Daniella||Daniella Utangbe Peters||Cross river|
|10||Bryan||Brian Chkuwuebuka Chiji||Imo state|
|11||Christy O||Christiana Oluwafunke Ojumu||Ondo state|