Big Brother Titans’ first season is looking promising, with four new housemates joining the show.
On Thursday, January 19, Big Brother introduced four new housemates who will compete for the $100,000 grand prize, among other things.
Sandra from Nigeria, Blue Aiva from South Africa, Miracle Op from Nigeria, and Theo Traw from South Africa have joined the other 20 housemates, bringing the total number of Big Brother Titans contestants to 24.
Miracle Op is a 24-year-old native of Anambra State. He describes himself as witty, chatty, and daring. He works at his family’s pharmaceutical company and considers himself a tough guy with a soft core, especially when it comes to those who are important to him.
Sandra, 27, is a woman from Akwa Ibom State. She describes herself as a confident boss babe who can be manipulative and passive-aggressive at times. She is an entrepreneur, former beauty queen, model, and television host.
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Blue Saiva is a professional dancer and DJ from Benoni, East Rand, who is 22 years old. She considers herself to be a bad bitch and drama queen who is outspoken, bubbly, emotional, and loud. The Limpopo native quickly admits that she has daddy issues that make her feel as if she has a lot to prove.
Theo Traw, 29, is a South African music artist from Vaal. He is a risk-taker and a good listener who enjoys creating art and music. Interestingly, Theo designs his clothes and is a single-pringle ready for all kinds of “ships”.
He refers to himself as the “pink panther,” also known as “the African tribal guru,” and has a lot of energy. He is outspoken and never hesitates to express himself.
As the season progresses, we can expect more twists, turns, and suspense from the housemates.