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Season 5, BBNaija 2020 – Tips On How To Apply

BBNaija 2020 is here!!

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The Big Brother Naija reality TV show is a big influence in the world of entertainment in Nigeria. Since its maiden edition in 2006, the show has undoubtedly produced a lot of big time TV personalities and pop culture influencers.

The organisers of the popular African reality TV show; MultiChoice Nigeria, has again announced the fifth season of the show which should premiere in July 2020.

Requirements for application for BBNaija 2020 includes:

  • A free, online audition process which is to run from the 20th of May till the 30th May requires that applicants record a two-minute video of themselves.
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  • The online audition, is only open to male and females who are Nigerians by Nationality and have a valid Nigerian passport. Applicant must be at least 21 years of age as at June 1, 2020.
  • The video should state succinctly, why they deserve to make it into the house as a housemate in the season 5 of Big Brother Naija.
  • The video should then be uploaded on the BBAudition website along with an online registration form.

On the return of BB Naija, Mr. John Ugbe, the Chief Executive Officer of MultiChoice Nigeria said:

“Big Brother Naija has been widely regarded as one of Africa’s biggest entertainment exports, being the biggest showcase of Nigeria’s diversity outside of core Nollywood. This fifth season promises to be more adventurous, exciting and entertaining, and will undoubtedly be the biggest thing on African television in 2020.”

So, just like previous seasons, we can be so sure that this new edition will bring us weeks of more excitement and entertainment, and will at least save us from the boredom that the pandemic has plunged the world into.

Leo Dasilva, an ex housemate had this to say to intending applicants on his twitter timeline:

“If you’re auditioning for BBN this year, I’ll advice you not to put it on the TL.

“It’s always a way to disqualify people because it must not be public knowledge if you get in. Wish you all the best.”

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