January is just around the corner, and expectations are already high about what it might hold, especially for those with their eyes on what has been dubbed Big Brother Titans.
That name encapsulates the new packaging of the Big Brother franchise which sees the Nigerian and South African versions of the reality show combined into one. In other words, contestants from Nigeria and South Africa will slug it out in what they call Big Brother Titans.
But how soon will that happen? Well, according to organizers, that should be as soon as January 2023. It will be the first of its kind, the bringing together of Nigerians and South Africans into one house and show.
This special edition, according to organizers, will premiere on Sunday, January 15, at 8 p.m. It will also have hosts from both countries to push the event, SOuth Africa’s Lawrence Maleka and Nigeria’s Ebuka Ob-Uchendu will be hosting the “Titans.”
With such a combination of contestants, it will undoubtedly be fierce competition, with nationality being a key factor in the voting from the two competing countries. But who will go home with the $100,000 cash price and other goodies? The coming days should reveal a lot, of course.