Cape Town – South Africans have taken to social media to express their excitement and what they expect to see after MultiChoice confirmed the return of the reality television show, Big Brother Mzansi.
“Big Brother is always watching!! The much-loved Big Brother Mzansi will be making its highly anticipated return to your screens soon. Are you ready? It promises to be as exciting, entertaining and action-packed as ever. #BBMzansi,” wrote Dstv on Twitter.
The show is about housemates who live together in one house, disconnected from the outside world – no communication with friends and family.
Big Brother is always watching!! 👁
The much-loved Big Brother Mzansi will be making its highly anticipated return to your screens soon. Are you ready?
It promises to be as exciting, entertaining and action-packed as ever. #BBMzansi
— DStv (@DStv) October 12, 2021
The contestants are monitored 24 hours by Big Brother and the viewers.
The show last graced the screens in 2015.
The consensus surrounding the announcement of the show’s return, however, is that most fans of the show would like to see brand new faces, implying that mainstream celebrities and well-known influencers should not appear.
Take a look at some of the reactions on Twitter:
— Stay Safe😷 (@tiisetso_tsetse) October 11, 2021
I hope they bring new faces from
different provinces, not celebrities.
We want a refreshing new diverse
season of Big Brother Mzansi.#BBMzansi
— #SoldierOfLove (@Pk_Gaethijwe) October 11, 2021
How I’ll be entering the #BBMzansi house next year! Mark my word ! 💃💃💃
— Certified Tired Student 🥀 (@elhil_m) October 11, 2021
— Blac_🖤 (@IamBlac_) October 11, 2021
I hope not.
Temptation Island is boring because of that.
I hope it’s new people who are not even influencers. Create new stars!
— Kgopolo (@PhilMphela) October 11, 2021
I hope Big Brother Mzansi don’t bring us celebrities, famous tiktokers & famous social media influencers.they already have the platform..we want to see people who didn’t make it in life, people who are starting from scratch..People that we don’t know
— Thobile Mametja (@Thobil_Mametja) October 11, 2021
Compiled by Sinothando Siyolo