The auditions of the Big Brother Naija 2019 across the country have continued to attract reactions from Nigerians.
The auditions of the reality show were held across eight cities of Lagos, Abuja, Port-Harcourt, Ibadan, Enugu, Warri, Calabar and Benin on Friday and Saturday, Naija News reports.
A massive crowd was experienced at the centres of the auditions on Friday and Saturday with some getting to the venue of the audition as early as 4 am.
Reactions have continued to pour in with some Nigerians even wondering if people will turn out as much as they did for the forthcoming presidential election on February, 16.
See some reactions below:
You may be wondering why people are struggling to enter the Big Brother Nigeria house. See Bam Bam, me & her were in NCCF Choir at NYSC, now see her acting. You don't even have to win BB Naija, just sign attendance. #BBNaija #BBNaija2019Auditions #nalucool #nalucoolgroup pic.twitter.com/4sa4aYminI
— Afang Lele (@nalu_cool) February 1, 2019
But seriously, What is this??? Big Brother Naija Past Question?? pic.twitter.com/HECu0ewsO6
— OKAFOR UCHENNA OLUWAFEMI (@Uchekush_) January 31, 2019
Big brother Naija audition happening right now. To be a star no easy o. pic.twitter.com/Hwx9H7Ve0N
— Taofeek Oseni (@HEAD_MASTA) February 1, 2019
So this is the stress they go through and we wonder why they eat so much when they get into Bigbrother naija’s house. pic.twitter.com/kvMeaZkmRI
— Mazi Ibe (@I_pissVodka) February 2, 2019
See Desperate Nigerians trying to enter Big Brother Naija audition pic.twitter.com/pTTfrsxS3l
— The Promoter (@hvmplaylist) February 2, 2019
“Big brother Naija Past Questions 2016 – 2018”
We don’t have sense in this country and we have no one to tell us .
— ADEDEJI ART (@adedejiart) February 4, 2019
Big Brother, Small Naija By @fisayosoyombo
The kind of crowd at the BBN audition centres is symptomatic of a country that is not working. It is what you expect of a country where tertiary institution students have been out of school for…
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— Sahara Reporters (@SaharaReporters) February 4, 2019