The countdown to the winners of Big Brother Amplified is on. Alex, Miss P, Weza, Sharon O and Karen are on the eviction table. BOBOYE ONDUKU focuses on the eviction nominees and their chances of surviving the eviction scare.
The game will explode on Alex
Alex is about to be taught a harsh lesson on Big Brother Amplified. The Ghanaian has carried on as the ‘ladies man’ of the show and has been enjoying the attention of the girls. Hmmmn...all that may be history tomorrow night, reason? Alex is facing nomination for the first time and he has stepped on a lot of toes. In the run in to this stage, Alex had been labelled Judas by ousted Danny. He has had a field day playing with the emotions of Botswana’s Miss P. ‘Toyed’ with Weza, Millicent and Kim and put Nigeria’s Karen on the eviction table once.
All these countries won’t be rooting for him neither will they cast their votes to keep him in. The eviction statistics do not favour him as no other country has ever voted to keep a Ghanaian in the house till date.
His biggest undoing is the ‘game’ he is playing. Housemates know that Miss P and Alex were playing the Housemates and that their relationship was staged but viewers know more than that and would readily echo how Alex in particular has taken them for granted.
Miss P is on the brink
If Big Brother were to evict more than one contestant on Sunday’s eviction show, Miss P would be roped in somehow. The last time on the eviction show, the Tswana fair-skinned lady enjoyed huge support from ten countries and that is still a record to beat on the Amplified show but it was achieved against the backdrop of two no-hoppers, Ernest and Bhoke who were in the line up. This time however, she has Uganda’s Sharon O, Nigeria’s Karen, Ghana’s Alex and Angola’s Weza – a stronger field.
Miss P drew the girls when she decided to ‘stage a show’ with Alex for viewers. The girls saw through it and alienated her from their midst. Five girls nominated Miss P with
Sharon O playing safe by saying she never clicked with Miss P. The others were all in agreement that she was foolish in exposing her game-plan with Alex and telling them that her fooling around with him was just for show.
If the 24-year old would admit it, these are not the best of times for her. The chance to have her peace outside the house will be something that she should readily embrace. Luclay’s feelings of her coping better outside the house are not far-fetched.
Weza will be stung
Weza thinks Miss P broke trust by trying stage a show with Alex. What she failed to admit is the fact that she is more of a villain in that regard than Miss P. Her Luweza love affair with Luclay is regarded in the same light by viewers. Somehow, by her some uncanny ingenuity, Weza thinks she can get at the prize by playing around. Weza told the girls she was just rubbing Luclay’s ego the right way and she did not romantically attracted to him but that is to the girls because viewers see more than that: they see someone who is trying to cling on to Luclay to save her head.
She has always displayed the charisma of ‘ I’m the good girl around despite many misdemeanours’. Viewers are still vexed that Big Brother did not send her home when she was shipped to the Tails house. They felt Biggie was not fair and this time they may just put the Angolan presenter in her place – outside the
Big Brother house.
The fact that she is still on Millicent’s case by nominating her has done nothing to help her in this regard. If she had some sympathy from South Africa courtesy of her fling with Luclay, she has lost that. In jumping from Luclay to Alex, she has dug her own eviction grave. The game is over...or isn’t it?
Sharon O again?
There is nothing more to be said about the Ugandan diva. Somewhere between, her fellow housemates have marked her as a strong contender. The fact that Big Brother continues to play her songs on the show have been taken in bad light by housemates. If not, how can one explain the fact that she continues to be put on the eviction table every now and then?
On her previous two eviction nomination weeks, Sharon O was in tears and that has not gotten to the housemates. It seems they enjoy every bit of it and are all waiting for her to just get the booth.
Fortunately, she has had the luck of the eviction draw all this while. This week’s case is no different because viewers prefer she stays on in place of Alex, Miss P or Weza. Viewers are simply not tired of seeing this blonde on the Amplified show, no! Not yet.
Karen is playing the game
Head of house, Karen is playing the game by deciding not to save and replace herself. One thing is certain, the Nigerian enjoys a huge followership on the show and she may just be testing waters to see if this support is still on.
The fact that housemates can’t put up with her excesses is what gives viewers the thrills on the Amplified show. Luclay once put himself up for possible eviction and by Africa’s grace, he was saved. Karen is in line to repeat Luclay’s heroics. It will be unthinkable for the Nigeria if she does not come through this eviction blues. She has done enough to warrant another week’s stay in the house and Africa will be glad to give her that honour on Sunday.