Uganda out of BBA

The Sunday Big Brother Africa (BBA) eviction party started on a good note for Ugandans since Bebe Cool was the headline act of the day. He sang his Love you Everyday and the audience loved. A couple of choruses after, they were singing, humming and nodding.

By then, the Big Brother Africa fans were anxiously waiting to know if their representative was going to stay in the house or not. But like fate would have it, it was Uganda’s last day in the reality show since Ellah, the remaining representative was evicted. With one week to the finale, she came so close to the winning but unfortunately did not get enough votes.

Close to the final weeks of the show, Ellah started flirting here and there and finally decided that she would hang with Idris the Tanzania representative.
Then Idris had expressed interest in two other girls and Ellah knew it but she still cuddled and kissed him. She did not declare dying love for him or anything but those who have watched scenes from Big Brother VIP say that the two did a lot more than just that.

It might have something to do with why Rwanda for example did not vote for her this time, after voting for her each and every time she was up for eviction.

One of the annoying things about her eviction is that unlike most times she was not nominated but instead got on the list because the head of house replaced himself with her.

With Uganda down, the only East African country still in the race is Tanzania (Idris) and if this East African solidarity keeps on, he might be the 2014 winner. We will know on December 7.

SOURCE: Daily Monitor

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