Wednesday, September 3, 2014

Jumba la Big Brother Afrika laungua

fire1fireThe much-anticipated kick-off of Africa’s reality show “Big Brother Africa” has been postponed after a fire burnt down the show’s house in Johannesburg, South Africa, on Tuesday evening.
A devastating fire engulfed the Big Brother House in South Africa, Tuesday, September 2, 2014.

Reliable information reaching us from South Africa indicates that the Big Brother Africa (Hotshot) Houses have been burnt to the ground.

According to sources, houses which were supposed to house 28 contestants for the 91-day reality show, went up in flames yesterday afternoon.
 A statement made available by the media representative of the show disclosed that no life was lost in the inferno.

However, due to this development, the BBA Show, which was supposed to kick-off this Sunday, has been suspended.

“M-Net and Endemol SA advise that due to a devastating fire at the Big Brother house on 2 September 2014, Big Brother Hotshots will not launch this Sunday (7 September) as scheduled,” the statement said.

“The cause of the fire at this stage is unknown and investigations will commence as soon as it is safe to do so,” the statement further disclosed.

It was further revealed that the producers of the show are “urgently looking for an alternative Big Brother house in which to film the production.”

 “At this stage M-Net and Endemol are urgently looking for an alternative Big Brother house in which to film the production, however as this production has highly technical infrastructure, camera and edit requirements an alternative is not immediately available. Every effort will be made to find a solution as quickly as possible to ensure that Africa’s biggest reality show will continue.”

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