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Going, going but not for real

By unknown | Sep 05, 2008 | COMMENTS [ 0 ]

Sibongile Mashaba

Sibongile Mashaba

The first contestant in Big Brother Africa 3 will be evicted on Sunday. But it will be faked.

Thami, pictured, from South Africa, and Ugandan Morris are in line to be evicted. The housemates have nominated those they want evicted but don't know the eviction will not be real.

When nominating a housemate they gave the reasons they wanted a fellow contestant kicked out.

Latoya nominated Takondwa because, she said, it would not make any difference whether he's in or out of the house. Malawian Hazel nominated Takondwa for being too reserved and Ricco for being childish.

Viewers have been voting for Morris to be thrown out because they want to see Latoya's reaction if he is evicted. Latoya and Morris are close and she is likely to freak out were he to leave. She follows him around and always wants to be lovey-dovey. Thami and Morris both got five nominations.

Though Latoya is more love-struck and less loudmouthed than when the mates arrived at the Joburg house 12 days ago, none of them nominated her. Tawana, of Botswana, and Munya, from Zimbabwe, were also not nominated. Mimi, from Ghana, Nigerian Uti and Hazel, from Malawi, were each nominated once. Kenyan Sheila and Takondwa were both nominated twice.

Ricco, from Angola, and the over-sensitive Lucille, from Namibia, were nominated three times.

The game is going to hot up on Monday when housemates make their nominations for the first eviction.


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