Day 8: The first Saturday Night Party – BBNaija
As the search for the Wildcard intensifies, the fun does not stop. The evening began with a fun photoshoot sponsored by Tecno.
All poses came out tonight as the #BBNaija Housemates turned to their head-turning swag which we first saw at the Big Brother Naija Shine Ya Eye launch show. The ladies also slaying, down to the face beat. There was even an outfit change from Beatrice who had started the night in a lovely short cream dress, a blonde wig and high heels and then switched back to her short hairstyle, a simple black top, denim shorts and boots. Emphasis on comfort, geng!
After the amazing musical performance on Friday, we expected nothing less from the Housemates who are full of energy and creativity. They literally brought the roof down while DJ Big N kept the dance floor sizzling hot with all the latest jams filling up the airwaves. If you say you were not dancing too.
The Housemates were looking extremely stunning giving us FOMO all the way from our screens. It was without a doubt that Liqourose would be seen doing the most, delivering some of her trendy dance moves on the floor.
One particularly interesting character at the party was Cross the Hypeman. He was immediately in his element the moment they walked through the doors into the party. The temperature on the dance floor became too hot for Whitemoney and Saga who ended up shirtless.
Once the drinks started flowing the Housemates could not keep their hands off each other. While on the dancefloor, Sammie and Angel took their forming ship to another level as she was passionately grinding on him just before Maria casually interrupted their dance kicking Sammie off. This didn’t last though because she was spotted at another corner of the room having the time of her life with Pere.
The two Wildcards are honestly playing their game right because the topic of the Wildcards dominated the House after the party. As if it never happened, the Housemates were fixed on figuring out who the imposters are and this is inevitably forcing the creation of cliques among the Housemates as they investigate their fate.