Organizers of arguably the most-watched reality show across Africa, Big Brother Africa, are set to organize another ‘All-Stars’ version of the show this year. After putting together one of the most-viewed editions of the show in ‘The Chase’, the chaps at Endemol have reached a consensus to do another ‘All-Stars’ telecast.
The last ‘Big Brother All-Stars’ was organized in 2010 as the fifth installment of the reality show and saw former housemates excluding the respective winners of the previous editions compete for the prize money.
Uti Nwachukwu, a model and actor from Lagos, Nigeria won the first edition of the Big Brother Africa ‘All-Stars’ edition. Uti previously competed in Big Brother Africa 3 where he finished in tenth place.
The 2014 edition of Big Brother Africa ‘All Stars’ ,the 9th edition of the show, will tentatively commence in August and will last for the usual 91days.
Big Brother Africa is produced by Endemol, South Africa for MNet.