January is about to get exciting for millions of television viewers across Nigeria and Africa as they will be treated to an exciting moments of
adventure, fun and suspense in the upcoming reality TV show tagged, ‘Celebrity Housemates’, as it hits the screen and online platforms from January 12 – February 11, 2018.
The reality show themed, ‘Convergence of Culture, Lifestyle & Entertainment’, is a break out of the norm. Our screens have been graced with various formats of reality shows but this is entirely di5erent, as it set out to change communication and engagement platform to celebrate and reward our entertainment icons thereby providing engaging content and
entertainment for TV viewers.
The show will parade an array of stars which include: Model and actor, Emmanuel Ikubese; Ace actor, Yomi Fash Lanso; Comedian and actor, Funky Mallam; Actress and TV presenter, Doris Simeon; Veteran Musician, Label Owner and Fashion Entreprenuer, Ruggedman; Actress and singer, Muma
Gee; Actress and Comedian Ada Ameh; Actress and fashion stylist, Peggy
Ovire; Actress and Economist, Eniola Badmus; Actor and Business man, Bolanle Ninalowo; Beauty queen and entrepreneur, Ogenna Ekwubiri and Actor, Frederick Leonard.
The show will also emphasize on the Nigerian culture in unique style and provide great content for brand engagement at value added cost. No doubt, culture and entertainment has been confirmed as an undisputable universal bond and the new alternative to oil in our Nigeria.
Geared towards promoting peace and unity in the country, the celebrity contestants are drawn from all the 6 geographical zones in Nigeria and also bridge the negative perception of our nation and showcase our strengths.
The 30 days show will be streamed live on all scheduled online media platforms for 24 hours; one hour daily show on national terrestrial TV and cable stations.
The last man standing will go home with a cash prize of N7million; other contestants will go home with other cash prizes and endorsement deals, while N2million will be donated to two charity homes and N1million will go to selected viewers.
According to a representative of ‘FlyforValue’, who is the chief sponsor of the show, “our celebrities are normal human beings though their fans adore them and grant them a larger than life perception, it is imperative that we create a platform for their fans to connect, engage and get a peep into their lifestyles, hence the creation of the reality TV show.
“‘Celebrity Housemates’ is indeed the mother of all reality TV shows. It is the
ultimate reality show people have been waiting for”, bragged the organizers of the show.
The show, ‘Celebrity Housemates’, which is scheduled to hit the TV screen on
January 12 – February 11, 2018 is powered by ‘Hearlinks Ventures Limited’ and sponsored by, ‘FlyforValue’, Lagos state Internal Revenue Service, LIRS, Dope TV, Amen Estate and other forward looking brands who have
committed to be part of the show through brand advert placement.