Big Brother Nigeria Auditions: Lagos, Abuja, Port Harcourt
Have you been longing to audition for the upcoming Big Brother Nigeria 2017?
There is good news so worry no more as organizers of Big Brother auditions have now brought the show down to your doorsteps.
MultiChoice has penned down the capital city Abuja and Port Harcourt as audition venues for Big Brother Naija 2017.
Remember that the show which is sponsored by PayPorte will be aired on DStv and GOtv from January 2017. The open auditions for the second installment of the reality show have been scheduled to start from November 26, 2016.
You can audition for the Big Brother Naija coming up at Westown Hotel, no. 7 Sheraton-Opebi Link Road, Lagos, Ikeja, on November 26 and 27, 2016.
For those who may want to be at the Abuja audition, the venue is MultiChoice Nigeria office on Maitama, Abuja, date November 26, 2016.
Whilst the Port Harcourt venue is at Hotel Presidential, 5141, Aba Road GRA phase 11, Rumuagholu Port Harcourt, on November 27, 2016.
Requirements for interested applicants still remain
- A valid Nigerian Passport
- Contestants must be above 21 years old
- Participants should be at the venue at 7am each day of the audition
Recall that Big Brother Naija has been structured to have twelve housemates. They contest for the coveted prize of N25 million Naria and a brand new KIA Sorento car.
The first and only Big Brother Nigeria took place 10years ago and was won by Katung Aduwak.
The first Big Brother Nigeria TV series premiered in 2006 and saw 12 contestants living in an isolated house, compete for a whopping cash prize of $100,000.To win the coveted cash prize the participants must avoid being evicted by the viewers.
Big Brother Nigeria reality television show 2006 has produced notable stars. Some amongst them are the Africa Magic’s Tinsel actor, Gideon Okeke, and TV personality Ebuka Obi-Uchendu. They became stars after a three-month stay in the house.
After a decade of silence, it is hoped that Big Brother naija will be a very entertaining reality show to viewers in Nigeria and around the world.