Big Brother Titans is coming soon.
Organizers of Big Brother Titans, BBTitans, a merger of Big Brother Naija, BBNaija, and Big Brother South Africa, BBMzansi, have released requirements for the reality show.
A statement released on Wednesday said auditions for the show begin on October 6th, 2022.
Recall that the CEO of Multichoice Nigeria, John Ugbe, had in September announced a merger of housemates from Nigeria and South Africa under one roof.
The organizers said interested participants who think they have what it takes are expected to log on to MNET.TV/BIGBROTHERTIANS, and upload a 2-minute video of why they deserve to be in the house.
It said participants must be at least 21 years of age by 30th October 2022. They must be South African or Nigerian citizens or permanent residents of either South Africa or Nigeria as of the 30th of October, 2022, and possess a valid identity document.
The organizers also stated that interested participants must be in excellent physical and mental health and must also submit to physical and psychological examinations by Producers’ selected medical professional(s) in Lagos State.
“If you are selected by the Producers for an interview, you must be willing to travel to Lagos if based in Nigeria and to Johannesburg if based in South Africa at a time as scheduled by the Producers in their sole discretion for the final selection process.
“If you are selected to be interviewed, you may be given, and must complete and return (prior to the date of your personal interview), any further application materials (including but not limited to additional psychological and health questionnaires), or documents (such as your birth certificate, passport, and/or other identification) as well as a Medical History form. ”
It added that one participant would receive the grand prize, subject to change at the Producers’ and/or the Broadcaster’s discretion.
Meanwhile, BBNaija ended its seventh edition last Sunday, October 3rd, 2022.
Phyna was crowned winner of the season, walking away with a grand prize of N100 million.