Two of Angola’s Tatiana, Zimbabwe’s Munya, Bontswana’s Kaone and Nigeria’s Uti must leave the M-Net Big Brother All Stars House this week after being put up for eviction on Monday. Big Brother shocked the Housemates with the news that two of them would be leaving this week after a tense day of nominations.
Once all the nominations were in, it was an all-male lineup of Uti, Munya, Kaone and Mwisho. Head of House Mwisho was summoned to the Diary Room to make his Save & Replace decision and although he declared that he would be saving himself, he took some time to make a decision on who to put up for eviction in his place. He eventually settled on Tatiana, who only rejoined the House on Sunday night from the Barn after a viewer vote.
Earlier in the day, Uti was first up in the Diary Room and didn’t look surprised when told it was time to start nominations. He named Kaone as his first choice, because he felt he couldn’t nominate any of the new arrivals. “It’s just like the beginning again,” he said. He then named Munya as his second choice, deciding not to nominate Mwisho as he would probably save himself anyway.
Tatiana named Munya and Kaone as her nominees for eviction, after a engthy pause for thought. She said of her reasoning for nominating Kaone: “I don’t care about what he said about me, but I do not think it was nice or fun. That’s why”. Her reason for nominating Munya was very simple – she hadn’t nominated the Zimbabwean before. Sheila nominated Kaone because she finds him irritating. “We watched him on the Barn television and he is cuckoo,” she told Big Brother. She then nominated Mwisho because he would probably save himself.
In his Nomination Session, Mwisho told Big Brother that he would not noinate Uti, but could nominate the other guys. He decided to nominate Kaone and Munya, saying “they are guys, no other reason really”. Munya took a different stance, happily nominating Uti – and then Mwisho. “Its time for me to go back to the plan. I was going to nominate them either way because it would have been either them or me walking out even before the girls came,” he said. He also reminded Big Brother that he had never nominated Kaone.
Kaone closed off the nominations by naming Uti and “his lady” Sheila. When nominating Uti, Kaone mentioned how “very hard” it is to trust the Nigerian. He nominated Sheila because he felt that they do not connect, especially since the ladies have returned to the House
Lerato was not allowed to make any nominations as punishment for her role in the fight with Hannington.
Meanwhile, two Ghanaian viewers won prizes last weekend just for voting for which barn mates they would like to see go back into the house. The winners were Ifeoluwa Afolayan who won $1000 and Yvonne Goa who won a Nokia 2690 Handset. So keep on voting and you could be a winner.