Monday, 28 May 2012

Big Brother: Mampi takes her big bakasi out of the house


 Ok guys usually dont care whats going on in the Big brother house. But once in a while when we find ourselves caught watching the show, the main attraction is the ladies. Mampi and her behind(which she knows how to throw around) is one of the reasons some guys stay glued for a bit longer.
Mampi became the first Upville housemate to be evicted from Big Brother StarGame on Sunday night. The Zambian was sent home after receiving the fewest country votes from Africa this week. She was also the most-nominated Upville housemate, with 6 nominations from her peers.
Having had a week off from the pressures of a looming eviction, normal service resumed in Downville as the random nomination process returned – leaving Ghana’s Mildred and Keitta and Botswana’s Edith and Eve up for eviction this week.


Tanzanian artist Diamond Platinumz set the tone for a cracking show by opening proceedings with Mawazo. DJ Umculo from Namibia’s Fresh FM was hard at work on the decks as well, keeping the studio audience jumping throughout the show.

After giving viewers a reminder of the week that was in Upville – with DKB throwing his weight around as Head of House, a surprise visit from DJ Euphonik and a wager victory – and Downville, where romance blossomed, Keagan shouted his way through the week as Head of House and then won this week’s Head of House challenge too - IK gave viewers a chance to hear from last week’s evicted housemates Luke, Dalphin and Yadel.

Luke said that his time in the house had been “crazy” and quite unlike anything he’d ever experienced before. He said he would miss Jessica as their relationship had bloomed and he’d felt like he’d known her for years. Dalphin said her time on Big Brother StarGame had helped her learn how to live with other people with different characters, and backed her friend Zainab to do well in Upville. Yadel said she had loved everything about the StarGame experience – especially Big Brother’s commanding voice. She insisted that her relationship with Alex was purely platonic and that she still had a boyfriend at home.

After a chance to hear what viewers from around the continent had to say about the show, it was time to get down to eviction business. The Sizwe Ntsaluba Gobodo auditor delivered the results envelope to IK on stage and confirmed that its contents had been verified. IK then took viewers into the house and asked DKB to reveal his ‘save and replace’ decision to the rest of the Upville housemates. After going to great lengths to explain that his decision was nothing personal, DKB broke the news that he had replaced himself with Lady May, prompting the Namibian to leap from the couch and shout “I knew it!”. As she considered her fate, IK asked her, Mampi and Maneta to stand. He put Lady May out of her misery first, telling her she was safe this week. “One of the other two housemates will be leaving this week,” said IK. “Sorry to say, Maneta, you’re not going anywhere – Mampi, you’ve been evicted, please leave the Big Brother house”.

When she emerged on stage, IK quizzed her about her beef with DKB and the most difficult part of life in the house. She revealed that she thought DKB had been interested in her and that she had really missed her family during her time in Upville – and that she was ready to leave. She told IK she would be voting for her “spidermate” Maneta but thought that Zainab would emerge from the show with the USD 300 000 prize.

After a brief rendition of her now-famous ‘thunder thighs’ dance, Mampi departed the Big Brother stage and it was time for a random nomination of the Downville housemates. Buhle and the auditor from Sizwe Ntsaluba Gobodo joined IK on stage and kick-started the random process. The first ball out of the cube bore the country name “Ghana”, meaning that Mildred and Keitta were the first randomly-nominated pair. After letting the housemates stew through a dynamic dance performance on stage, IK broke the news that there would be a second random nomination. Buhle spun the cube and Botswana’s ball dropped into the container – meaning that Edith and Eve join their Ghanaian counterparts on the chopping block this week.
There was just enough time for Diamond Platinumz to close out the show with a pumping rendition of Moyo Wangu, before the credits rolled on another action-packed Big Brother StarGame eviction show and the voting lines opened.

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