Zambia's Star Gamers open up to Big Brother
The Zambian representatives in Downville and Upville are comfortably speaking their minds to Big Brother in the ‘privacy’ of the diary season.
Talia, one of the two sisters in Downville, talked about how the game had changed and how hard it is to pretend as the days roll out. The Graphic Designer and Musician who describes herself as a listener and a very spontaneous, goofy and fun loving person, says she and her sister Tamara are very close.
She says the lottery nomination system being used this season has turned the game into a chance and luck affair. Tamara adds that the nominations are very scary but everything else is just fine. On their challenges, both sisters talk about the characters which they are yet to see as it is still too early to tell. Both of them agree that the atmosphere in the Big Brother house is very different from the outside world. Tamara says she misses her boyfriend while Talia misses her privacy most in the outside world.
In Upville, Mampi is finding her feet and having a good time. She told Big Brother that pretending is not part of her plan because she wants to be loved for who she really is. Mampi, who described herself as fun loving, energetic and full of self expression, said with her, what people see is exactly what they get. The R&B diva shared a common complaint with some of her fellow Starmates on South African housemate Barbz’s attitude. Mampi thinks Barbz is too bossy and is acting like the “mommy of the house”. On her biggest challenge in the game so far, Mampi said she misses home and the outside world but that she will overcome it by just focusing on the game because she is now in the house and not outside.
Big Brother StarGame Housemates are competing for a $300, 000 grand prize.