The last instruction the housemates were given, was to switch off the lights before they got on stage for the winner to be announced.
Before the show got wrapped up, Ebuka announced that they got 130million votes in total for this season, and 30million votes this week alone. Miracle also won the Arena Games contest and got #1million for it, he also got #25million cash prize for winning the reality show, an SUV worth #12million and other prizes.Miracle real name is Miracle Igbokwe, He was born on the 17th of February 1995. Miracle attended the International Aviation College (IAC) and the Nigerian College of Aviation Technology, Zaria. He finished from Dee unique International High School.
Miracle’s love of dancing and camping is only parallel by his sense of fashion, especially his skinny jeans. Miracles hates inequality and says he’s not in the game for the money. Here are excerpts from the short interview he had before getting into the house…
What irritates you most in other people: People being fake, makes me not to trust them.
What will you be bringing into the BB House: I want to bring confusion amongst the ladies.
What will you do with the prize money: I’ll use part of the money to further my pilot training and the rest to help my family.
Cee-C on the other hand worked with an advertising firm, and she entered the House pretty satisfied to have found her purpose in life. Oozing confidence and authenticity, she said she is “eye candy” and “mentally attractive” too.
Her features are enhanced by her love for dresses that hug her body at the right spots. The privately educated Cee-C likes to learn new stuff and is an avid novel reader. In her short interview before she entered the house, Cee-C said she is a mean cook, an avid tennis player and can’t stand judgmental people.
Here are excerpts;
What irritates you most in other people: People being judgmental.
What will you be bringing into the BB House: a lot of drama, authenticity.
What will you do with the prize money: Giving back to the society and I’ll start a campaign to make the ministry of education incorporate ‘self-development’ into the educational system.