Big Brother auditions for Ghana set for February 28

The auditioning for a Ghanaian contestant for the season 6 edition of the Big Brother reality show has been set for February 28.
Series producers, Endemol, have begun the process of evaluating entries and short listing possible housemates before the audition process proceeds further.
According to the producers, successful entries will be contacted by the show’s production team who will advise as to the next steps in the audition process.
The Big Brother reality show is by far the biggest TV reality show on the continent with its impressive USD 200 000 winner cash prize.
The 6th season is once again looking for housemates from Angola, Botswana, Ethiopia, Ghana, Kenya, Malawi, Mozambique, Namibia, Nigeria, South Africa, Tanzania, Uganda, Zambia and Zimbabwe to contest for the grand prize and fame.
One has to simply be 21 years old or older, fluent in English, must possess a valid passport and a citizen of any one of the 14 participating countries to be able enter and possibly qualify for the 91-day reality show.
Organisers have pegged February 27 as the deadline for the submission of forms with auditioning beginning of February 28.
Ghana has so far failed to clinch the Big Brother title after five attempts. Ghana was represented in those attempts by Sammy B, Kwaku T, Mimi, Ras Wayo and Sammy B, going for a second time in the Big Brother All Stars edition of the show.



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