Showing posts with label Winner. Show all posts
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Monday, 18 May 2015

Press Release: Ace & Ntombi win R2 Million!

Unrestrained joy flowed tonight (Sunday May 17) as sensational Soweto sweethearts Ace and Ntombi, whose hugely entertaining personalities have captivated fans across the country, were voted the winners of reality super-seriesBig Brother Mzansi: Double Trouble, in a live 90 minute Finale screened exclusively on Mzansi Magic (DStv channel 161).

In what can only be described as a dream come true for the much-loved duo, they walked away with the life-changing R 2 million prize after spending 56 days in the Big Brother house where they laughed, danced and sang their way into minds and memories of viewing audiences, winning hearts as much for their close-knit relationship as for their good humour and optimistic approach to life. And they left the show in the same way they entered it – thrilled to be on stage and as in love with each other as ever!

It was always going to be a hugely emotional and highly dramatic Finale, and it certainly was just that, starting with the winner results being placed in a secure Perspex box on stage where it would be kept until it was time for the big announcement. Three pairs remained in the game at the start of the show, and for Blue and K2 as well as Chelsea and Mbali the night was bittersweet as they came so close to scooping the title. But while that wasn’t meant to be, both pairs can be confident in the knowledge that they too are stars in their own right having succeeded in making it all the way to the big Finale.

Tonight’s show boasted an all-star music line-up and the excitement in the air must have added a magic element because they delivered unforgettable performances. From superstar AKA’s sizzling rendition of All Eyes On Me, featuring Jr and Da Lez, to Busiswa’s epic Lahla, the Big Brother stage become home to a powerhouse celebration of South African talent. And not to be outdone, the last performance of the night was delivered by none other than TradeMark, featuring Durbn Nyts & Zintle, with their hit track Shumaya.

Also in studio providing their very own perspective on the events of the evening and ensuring that fan opinions were very much part of the night, were the gorgeous pair of Dineo Ranaka and Kuli Roberts, reprising their launch night roles as celebrity commentators. But despite all the star power on display, the night belonged to the six remaining Housemates and the show recapped their triumphs and challenges throughout the season.

From Ace and Ntombi who never once won the Head of House title but took top honours in the Double or Nothing Challenge Dance Off, to the girl power pact of Chelsea and Mbali who worked hard to win many challenges and stash some cash along the way; and of course including fierce competitors Blue and K2 who also won challenges galore, the Top 3 Pairs definitely earned their right to be in the Finale.

The Big Brother Mzansi: Double Trouble Finale also paid tribute to their fellow Housemates who began the journey with them and who departed the show at different times along the way. One of the highlights of the Finale was an insert featuring Soxx and Tembi, who evicted last week, just one week shy of the Finale. Looking happy and relaxed the pair was philosophical about their exit, chatting easily about their experiences on the game, their highs and lows plus their predictions about who would win the big prize.

The R 2 million prize was very definitely the focal point of the Finale, and before long, series presenter Lungile Radu was ready to cross to the house and evict the pair with the least viewer votes, as the countdown to the night’s big announcement heated up. After chatting to the Top 3 pairs about their past week, which included an elegant gala dinner on Friday night with six Mzansi Magic stars, and a party on Saturday night with some of last year’sSecrets Housemates, Lungile get got down to the main business. After a short tense pause, he revealed that Chelsea and Mbali had scored the least viewer votes and would have to leave the house immediately. As the pair, dressed to impress, made their way onto stage, the reality must have set in for Blue and K2; as well as Ace and Ntombi, that they were just moments away from possibly life-changing news.

And while the dream was not to be for Chelsea and Mbali, the gracious pair handled their exit with poise and charm. The duo must have been as anxious as everyone else though to hear just which pair had won but they had to wait a little while longer because Biggie has plans of his own.

Talking directly to Ace, Ntombi, Blue and K2, the big man thanked them for spending time in his house, congratulated them on their success so far and instructed them to complete one final task. After walking through all the areas of the house one last time to say their goodbyes to their home of eight weeks, and after enjoying a gorgeous fireworks display in the garden, the foursome exited the house. Then, in what was a truly powerful farewell, they switched off the lights to the house, one section at a time and for the first time since the show kicked off with a unique double launch on March 22 and March 23, Biggie’s Double Trouble crib closed its doors.

On stage, in front of a delighted studio audience that included members of their families and last year’s winner Mandla Hlatshwayo, the Top 2 Pairs spent time with Lungile viewing clips from their stay in the house, and revealing what they were thinking and feeling as they progressed in the game.

Then, with just minutes left in the Finale, Lungile walked over to the clear Perspex box that had held the winner names securely since the start of the show, and retrieved the all-important envelope which held the final results, verified by Deloitte. With a hush falling over the studio audience, Lungile opened the envelope and, announced that ACE and NTOMBI has scored the most audience votes and were the winners of Big Brother Mzansi: Double Trouble. And just like that, with the audience roaring their approval and confetti filling the air, the show came to a fitting and fabulous end.

Big Brother Mzansi: Double Trouble was produced for Mzansi Magic by Endemol Shine Africa. Over 27 million votes were cast over the course of the season and the show enjoyed great popularity among fans. The show attracted 1.2 million messages to TV; 340 000 Facebook likes and 159 000 Twitter followers while the show’s official website logged 20 million page impressions by 1.4 million users. Meanwhile videos from the show were viewed online more than 1.4 million times. You can still engage with the show on any of the following platforms:
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Sunday, 17 May 2015

And Big Brother Mzansi 2015 Winners are....

BREAKING: Ace and Ntombi are Double Trouble winners!!

Ace and Ntombi are Double Trouble winners

1 344 hours, 80 640 minutes or simply 56 days all boiled down to this breath taking moment. Surviving fights, bouts of hunger, nominations and a whole lot more challenges, soulmates Ace and Ntombi received the most votes and ultimately became the winners of Big Brother Mzansi Season 2!

The tension could be cut with a knife as Ace and Ntombi sat alongside Blue and K2 on the finale stage waiting the big announcement from Lungile. After a heart stopping pause, the envelope was opened to reveal which pair would walk away a whole lot richer and Mzansi newest celebrity couple. And when Lungile finally broke the news there was no containing the excitement as the lovers saw their biggest dream come true!

Ntombi and Ace: Big Brother Mzansi Winners

Ace didn't waste time running across the stage and breaking out into an energetic dance routine while Ntombi was totally speechless and literally didn't move an inch. The two literally switched personalities for a moment!
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Monday, 2 September 2013

Kenyan Man Claims To Be Dillish's Father, Gold Digging?

This Man Claims To Be Dillish's Father.

abdi guyo dillish father kenya

After emerging this year’s Big Brother Africa winner Namibia’s new millionaire Dillish now can smile even more after her big wish — that of meeting her biological father — came close to reality today.

Kenyan Origin

A man who claims to be the beauty’s father visited the Standard Group offices today afternoon and recorded an interview saying indeed, he fathered Dillish during his peacekeeping mission in Namibia.

Guyo claims to be part of the Kenyan contingent peacekeeping force of the United Nations Transition Assistance Group (UNTAG), deployed from April 1989 to March 1990 in Namibia to monitor the peace process and the first elections.

Last week Wednesday, Rinelda Mouton, a Namibian journalist carried an exclusive interview in which Dillish and her family sought to meet her real father.

Known as Dillish Mathew’s the beauty said she only learned about her Kenyan father through her mother Selma Pashukeni.

Abdi Guyo, a retired Kenyan soldier was unknown to many until now.

This is what Dillish had to tweet on the incident:

dillish father bba the chase

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Sunday, 25 August 2013

How Africa Voted | What Happened To Melvin?

How Africa Voted | BBA The Chase Winner

How did Africa Vote? This is the order of the contestants from the winner to the fifth contestant.

Expected Outcome as Africa Had Voted

  1. Melvin Oduah - winner
  2. Dillish - First runners up
  3. Cleo - Second runners up
  4. Elikem - Third runners up
  5. Beverly
Before reading any further, get to know what was predicted here first. Then afterwards, read the other polls here.

The actual outcome

1. Dillish from Namibia
2. Cleo from Zambia
3. Elikem from Ghana
4. Melvin from Nigeria
5. Beverly from Nigeria

Quick question: What Happened To Melvin?

How Africa Voted

Finale: How Africa Voted
Here is how Africa Voted this week (25 August 2013) – Congratulations to Dillish (Namibia) on winning The Chase.

Here's who which country voted for:

Angola: Dillish
Botswana: Cleo
Ghana: Elikem
Kenya: Dillish
Ethiopia: Beverly
Malawi: Cleo
Namibia: Dillish
Nigeria: Melvin
South Africa: Cleo
Sierra Leone: Elikem
Tanzania: Dillish
Uganda: Dillish
Zambia: Cleo
Zimbabwe: Elikem
Rest of Africa: Melvin

Total: Dillish = 5, Cleo = 4, Elikem = 3, Melvin = 2, Beverly = 1.

(Total: 15 Votes)
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Big Brother Africa The Chase Winner is Dillish Mathews

Winner | BBA The Chase Grand Finale

Dillish winner big brother africa the chase

Surprisingly, Dillish is the winner of Big Brother Africa The Chase. This comes as a suprise as many people expected Melvin Oduah to win.

Dillish wins bba the chase USD 300,000 winner

After expressing her desires to be the first woman to win the Big Brother grand prize, since Zambia's Cherise did so seven seasons ago, Dillish has done it for  Africa's women!

The sexy Namibian lass actually won it with one vote more than the Zambian female rapper Cleo, Dillish got five votes from Africa while Cleo got four from Africa. Dillish’s victory is one that won’t be forgotten by all the Big Brother Africa fans as she didn’t spent 91 days in the Big Brother house without being Head of House at any one moment.

1st Runners Up

cleo second bba chase

Cleo is the first runners up. She is the second contestant, who unfortunatelly was beaten by Dillish to win USD $300,000.

"Sisters Are Doin' It for Themselves" was a hit track in 1985 that was a collaboration between the British pop duo Eurythmics and American Soul singer Aretha Franklin and now 28 years later those words still ring true. Congratulations to both of the ladies!
Please note: DStv channels 197 and 198 will be terminated at the end of tonight's Live Eviction Show.
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Tuesday, 20 August 2013

Who is Likely to Win BBA The Chase? Big Brother Africa

BBA The Chase Winner

Who is likely to win Big Brother Africa The Chase? A quick look at the ongoing polls on this site shows a clear picture of who might emerge the winner of Big Brother Africa The Chase.

BBA The Chase Polls

 Melvin is leading with votes, in the overall category, followed in a distant by Dillish, who is followed closely by Cleo. Beverly has the least votes, take a look at the picture below

bba the chase winner

Male Category

In the male category, Melvin has a clear win, garnering 4 votes out of every 5 votes  casted in this category.

big brother africa winner

Female Category

In the female Category, Dillish has an impressive lead over Cleo and Beverly. Beverly has the least votes.
winner, big brother africa the chase
From the statistics shown above, Melvin leads in both Male and Overall Category. Dillish leads in female cateogy but comes in second in the overall category. Cleo only comes second in female category.


On the 91st day, This is likely to be the order of contestants, from the winner to the fifth

  1. Melvin Oduah - winner
  2. Dillish - First runners up
  3. Cleo - Second runners up
  4. Elikem - Third runners up
  5. Beverly
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Friday, 28 June 2013

Team Pokello's Strategizing How She Is To Win BBA

TEAM Pokello

Has it reach like this? This is a team of professionals caught on a secret camera in Zimbabwe. Apparently Pokello has hired a team of highly specialized personnel to help her win big Brother Africa the chase. This comes to no surprise as she was Voted back in by a whopping 8 countries!! The white guy is said to be from United Kingdom

TEAM Pokello

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Monday, 3 June 2013

Maria and Dillish; Photo Gallery

Pictures - From Namibia

These are just random pictures of Dillish and Maria from Big Brother Africa The Chase. They are beautifull and eccentric. Take you time to see what their Momma gave them

Dillish, Winner Of BBA The Chase

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