Looking sauve as always, Ebuka took us through the second House, also referred to as Level 1 – and what stood out is definitely the massive swimming pool and of course the consistent black and white graffiti tones adorning the bedrooms, the Arena and the Lounge.
Ebuka's co-host Miz Vick was also blown away by the House, wishing she could take a dip in the big pool. The first Housemate in the House, Bella wasted no time exploring her new space in her elaborate feathers and velvet gown. Quite the dancer, Bella promises not just entertainment, but premium entertainment.
A sparkle-suited Eloswag also had moves to show off on stage and said he’s got class and music to share with the #BBNaija Level Up fans. It seems Doyin got the memo from Ebuka’s designer as she came in a two-toned maxi dress. Yep! looked like the two had it all planned.
According to Ebuka, Adekunle came through with lazy swag, but he says he’s bringing a little bit of trouble and a little bit of Lagos Island swag. Allysyn was next up, rocking a teeny weeny pale mauve number with matching heels. Meanwhile, Dotun shared that he's got fun, energy and a high dose of sexiness lined up for Big Brother Naija fans.
Chomzy repeated herself three times, telling all of us that she’s here for the money and nothing will distract her from her goal. Diana came through showing some skin in her black sparkly sheer dress and surely spread the love and accolades in her salutations to her fellow Housemates. Asked what she's bringing into the House, she simply twirled and quipped "look at me, is that not enough?" in her French accent.
Self-confessed poly guy Hermes, who officially has two girlfriends, hinted that he may just have room for a third one walking into Biggie's House. Up next was Exotic dancer Chichi quickly put it out to any naysayers that exotic dancing saved her life when quizzed by Ebuka about her unorthodox profession. In short, she meant that you should 'put some respek' on the profession.
When Giddyfia came through, it was electric as he bounced up and down in his linen summer suit, not even Ebuka could contain him. The guy was in his element and undoubtedly embracing the moment. Last on stage and in the House was professional footballer Sheggz. "I'm here for all the vibes, I'm here fpr the ladies, I'm here to make new friends who got the ladies excited when he confirmed that he's here for them and to make new friends. It's a once in a lifetime opportunity, it's a once in a lifetime experience," he told Ebuka before being whisked into the Level 1 House.
Now that all 12 are in the House, how will the latest Housemates fare against each other?
Big Brother Naija Season 7 Level Up is now live on the 24-hour channels 198 on DStv and 29 on GOtv. Fans across Africa are also able to stream via African online streaming service, Showmax, alongside fans in the UK. Make sure you don’t miss anything from Biggie’s world on our website and be part of the #BBNaija gist on Twitter, Instagram, Facebook, and TikTok.