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Zainab survives eviction as eviction heads to Upville



Sunday evening’s Big Brother Stargame live show saw Seirra Leone’s outspoken rep, Zainab surviving eviction and upgrading into the Upville House.  Meanwhile, her partner Daphin and Liberia’s duo of Luke and Yadel were evicted. Out of a total of 15 country votes including the rest of Africa, Zainab won 13; Yadel won 1; Luke won1 and Dalphin had 0. As usual, the Housemates gathered in the lounge in anticipation of the fate of their Housemates. Zainab and Dalphin were the first to be asked to leave the House. There were a lot of “I love yous” and hugs exchanged proving that the girls had made a mark on their Housemates. Asked about her relationship with Seydou, Zainab said they don’t really hate each other but they just didn’t get along. Dalphin said she enjoyed every moment in the House but she didn’t like how some people took advantage of each other. Luke and Yadel were next in line and Luke couldn’t hold back his tears. On stage, Yadel was asked if she’s still in a relationship and she said “I was and I hope I still am.” Dalphin was the first to be Evicted followed by Yadel then Luke. At that point, Zainab was already in tears. Meanwhile the honeymoon is over in Upville as Monday will mark their first Nominations. This transpired during the Live Eviction Show and the news didn’t go down well with the VIPs who have been living in total bliss. The newest addition to Upville, Zainab will be exempt from this Nomination. The Upville VIPs will Nominate each other as opposed to using the Random Nomination Tool that was used in Downville and the Nomination Show will be Live tomorrow on Channel 198 at 20:00 CAT. However, there was jubilation in Downville when they were told about their sabbatical for Week 3. They were even happier to receive a surprise video message from Ola and Chris who voluntarily exited the House during the week due to Ola’s health.]]>

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