BBNaija Season 8: Full List of your 20 ‘All-Stars’ Housemates [Names, Pictures, Profile]
As the highly anticipated Season 8 of the Big Brother Naija reality TV show kicks off, fans are excitedly gearing up for an ‘All-Stars’ edition like never before.
Unlike previous seasons, this edition promises to bring back BB Naija former housemates who have left a lasting impression on viewers. Let’s take a look at some of the BB Naija former housemates who have made a grand return and captivate audiences once again.
1. Cee-C (Cynthia Nwadiora)
Known for her controversial yet intriguing personality, Cee-C is likely to be part of the All-Star edition. Her fiery demeanor and memorable moments in the house are still etched in fans’ minds.
2. Kiddwaya (Terseer Waya)
With his charismatic charm and affluent background, Kiddwaya’s inclusion in the All-Star season is highly anticipated. Fans are eager to see how he navigates the house this time around.
3. Alex Asogwa (Alex Unusual)
The bubbly and authentic Alex is sure to bring her positive energy and unique style back to the Big Brother house. Her infectious enthusiasm made her a fan favorite in her previous season.
4. Frodd (Chukwuemeka Okoye)
The soft-spoken investment adviser and sales executive, Frodd, returns with his strategic gameplay and hopes to go even further this time.
5. Seyi Awolowo:
Grandson of the late Chief Obafemi Awolowo, Seyi, brings his charisma and intelligence back to the house, aiming to claim the crown he narrowly missed in his previous season.
6. Uriel Oputa
The multi-talented singer, compere, and businesswoman, Uriel, makes a triumphant return to entertain fans with her infectious energy and personality.
7. Ikechukwu Onyema (Ike BBnaija)
The stylish model and influencer, Ike, is expected to bring his fashion-forward style and charm back to the house.
8. Venita Akpofure
The British-Nigerian actress and video vixen, Venita, is back to grace the screens with her captivating presence and confident demeanor.
Thirty-year-old Enugu State businesswoman and Big Brother Naija; Double Wahala alum Princess is ready to entertain the continent in this All-Stars edition, and insists the motivation for her comeback is Biggie, whom she has missed terribly. “I decided to do this because I miss Biggie.” Princess looks back fondly at her time in the house and is glad to have made lifelong friends and meaningful connections. “It was such a wonderful experience, I had to do it again,” she says.
“Awesome, realistic and passionate” is how she describes herself and where romantic relationships are concerned, she identifies as single even though she’s in a relationship, because as she puts it; “Everything is null and void until you are declared married.”
Soma, the 31-year-old multi-talented entertainer from Imo state, is back in Big Brother’s house for a second chance to redeem himself. Blessed with a loving, talented family of entertainers, he reckons his innate gifts come from his mother. The See Gobbe alumnus enjoyed his time on this season so much so that he rates it as the highest point of his life.
This all-rounder takes entertainment to the next level as he is also a good singer, and you might just catch him indulging in DIY projects and enjoying delicious meals during his spare time. Soma is confident BB Naija All-Stars will be the season where he takes the crown home.
The 29-year-old entertainment entrepreneur and Big Brother Naija Lockdown housemate Neoenergy is grabbing his second chance at winning the money with both hands, and he is hoping his “charisma and good energy” will help him achieve this in the All-Stars edition. “Life has definitely changed, and it’s crazy because being on the show felt like being on an all-expenses paid vacation with lots of freebies,” the Delta State native says with a smile.
BBNaija Level Up reality star, Adekunle, makes his comeback to BB Naija, this time as a contestant in this season’s All-Stars edition. A lot has changed since the last time Adekunle walked Biggie’s corridors. For starters, he is now the proud owner of an ear piercing, a ‘first’ for this charming Lagos native. Adekunle considers his first time on the show a learning curve that helped him gain a new perspective on life and hopes his experience will take him to the top this time around. “Last season, I was at a point where I was trying to rediscover myself. I was trying to react, relate and adapt to a new environment with new people. This time things will be different.” Adekunle is excited at the prospect of being part of the Big Brother Naija social experiment again and looks forward to coming out tops. “This is my second chance to win the money. Fuel is expensive o.”
13. Pere Egbi
As the spontaneous and adventurous housemate, Pere is expected to bring unpredictable twists and turns to the All-Star edition.
14. Angel Agnes Smith
The fun-loving and drama-filled Gen Z, Angel, is set to add some excitement and entertainment to the competition.
15. Doyinsola Anuoluwapo David (Doyin)
The e-hailing service driver and business owner, Doyin, is anticipated to showcase her dynamic personality and ambitions in the house.
16. BBNaija Ilebaye (Ilebaye Precious Odiniya)
The young lawyer, entrepreneur, model, and reality TV star, BBNaija Ilebaye, is set to bring her youthful energy and ambitions to the All-Star edition.
17. Mercy Eke
Mercy Eke is a Nigerian media personality, actress, video vixen and entrepreneur from Imo State. She won season 4 of Big Brother Naija in October 2019, becoming the first woman to win the reality show. She is the founder of MNM luxury.
Hazel Oyeze Onou, popularly known as Whitemoney, is a Nigerian singer, songwriter and reality TV star. He is the winner of Big Brother Naija season 6
Ikechukwu Sunday Cross Okonkwo, popularly known as Cross was one of the audacious housemates in the Big Brother Naija reality. He’s always on the move, but Cross has heeded Biggie’s All-Stars call for many reasons. He’s here for the food, the beautiful women, the free electricity, and of course, the money.
Tolani Shobajo is a media personality from Lagos state. She is one of the housemates in the Lock Down season 5, 2020 edition of Africa biggest reality TV show Big Brother Naija.
With this impressive lineup of former housemates, fans are eager to witness the clash of reality TV titans as the All-Star edition promises to be an unforgettable ride filled with drama, entertainment, and emotions. As the season kicks off today, viewers and fans are eagerly counting down the days for the housemates’ grand entrance into the Big Brother house, where the 70-day journey to claim the coveted prize of N120 million begins.