The final week of the Big Brother Naija All-Stars show is upon us as the winner will be announced on Sunday, October 1.
The show, which started on Sunday, July 23 with 20 former housemates from previous editions, has now come down to the final six.
This season has been filled with a lot of drama, ‘ships’, fights and fun experiences for both housemates and viewers.
Out of the six finalists, we have singled out Ilebaye, Mercy and Cee-C as the ones likely to walk away with the N120 million prize.
Ilebaye Odiniya, the Gen-Z princess of the house and the youngest housemate, has been a topic of conversation for viewers from the onset of the show.
This is her first time being a finalist on the show after getting evicted early during the Level-Up season in 2020.
The 22-year-old has provided content to the show with her romance with Cross, undefined relationship with Neo, friendships and arguments with Alex, Cee-C and Doyin, and her misunderstandings with almost all her co-housemates.
Although it has been said by viewers that she’s used pity votes as a strategy to get this far in the show, she still has a very strong chance to come out victorious.
Mercy Eke, the winner of the Pepper Dem season in 2019 and the first female to win the show is once more a finalist.
Her relationship with Whitemoney, flirtatious actions and kisses with Pere and Kiddwaya were content from her this season.
Also, Mercy’s alliance with former Pepper Dem housemates on the show, especially Ike with whom she was once in a relationship, also highlighted her stay in the house.
The 26-year-old had stated in a conversation with Ilebaye that she was on the show to win again.
Cynthia Nwadiora aka Cee-C was also a finalist during the Double Wahala season in 2018.
The 30-year-old has proven to be someone not to be messed with as seen from her altercations with Pere, Cross, and Ilebaye among others.
Her friendship with Ike, bluntness and recently revealed fantasies for Neo put her on the lips of viewers.
Cee-C’s actions and strategy for this season have won her a lot of fans, ultimately making her a strong contender for the grand prize.
With the winner to be announced on Sunday, we can be sure that the odds will be in favour of the three women as against the men – Adekunle, Cross, and Pere.
Who will you be rooting for?