Pere had separate conversations today with Ceec and Cross about the possible winners of the All Stars season. They delved into various factors, such as past performances, strategic gameplay, and overall popularity among viewers, to analyse who might emerge victorious.
While seated with Ceec in the dining area, Pere and Ceec spoke about who could be the possible winner, with Ceec saying she simply had no clue about who the season's champion would be. Pere agreed with her about the show not having a clear winner until he had a conversation with Cross, where he said he believed the possible winners were Cross and Mercy Eke. Cross also revealed his picks for the winner's position, saying the crown would either fall on Adekunle or Ilebaye.
Cross went on to explain the reason for his choices to Pere, saying Adekunle showed exceptional strength during his season and felt he remained a force in the All Stars season.
Regarding Ilebaye, he made it apparent that she was undoubtedly a major competitor because, despite leaving her previous set early, she has made it to the finals of the All Stars season. Additionally, Cross brought up the fact that Ilebaye was nominated for eviction alongside Whitemoney, a former season winner, but she stood strong while he was evicted.
It is obvious the All Stars are anxious about tomorrow's finale and the announcement of who becomes the season's winner. We also can't wait to see who turns out to be the champion of the season.
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