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Day 42 – 3 Sept: Week 6 in the All Stars house – BBNaija

03 September 2023
Music, drama, loss, and heartbreak ruled in the week that was.

The Big Brother Naija All Stars house is a pool of emotions, alliances, and challenges, and this past week saw it all—from double evictions to the highs and lows of the weekly tasks. Let's take a closer look at the rollercoaster ride that defined the sixth week.

Doyin emerged as the new Head of House in a fierce competition that pushed the housemates to their limits. Her victory also meant she had the power to select her BFFs for the week. Doyin's choices were Cross, Kim Oprah, Mercy Eke, and Neoenergy.

Biggie threw a spanner in the works when he scrapped Pardon Me and brought back nominations. The All Stars went into the diary room to make their choices, and Adekunle, Angel, Ike, and Seyi were placed on the nomination block.

This week's theme revolved around music, and the housemates faced a challenging task: creating a 15-minute-long Afrobeat song. The stakes were high, and despite their stellar performance, the housemates ultimately lost the wager. As a result, they bid farewell to all their hard-earned Moniepoint coins.

Amidst the highs and lows of the week, the housemates found solace in the Saturday Night Rave. The party was a chance to let loose, dance their troubles away, and momentarily forget about the challenges they faced. However, it wasn't all smooth sailing, as Adenita's ship hit rocky waters, adding another layer of drama to the night.

As the week came to a close, the BBNaija All Stars house proved once again that it's a place where friendships are forged, and emotions run high. With the promise of new twists, tasks, and evictions on the horizon, the house remains a captivating battleground where alliances shift, bonds form, and contestants strive to prove they have what it takes to be the last All Star standing.

Big Brother Naija All Stars is now live on 24-hour channels 198 on DStv and 49 on GOtv. Fans across Africa and the UK can sign up on the streaming service Showmax. DStv and GOtv subscribers can use their MyDStv or MyGOtv apps to manage their accounts or Vote when Voting opens later in the season. Stay plugged into Biggie's world on our website and be part of the #BBNaija gist on Twitter, InstagramFacebook, and TikTok. Season 8 of Big Brother Naija is sponsored by headline sponsor Moniepoint and associate sponsor HFM Nigeria.