Africa and UK Big Brother house guests will switch houses temporarily.

Africa and UK Big Brother house guests will switch houses temporarily.
The casts of Big Brother Africa and the latest UK Big Brother are about to be surprised when a cast member from the other show enters their house tomorrow to stay for a couple days. Neither house knows why a cast member is MIA, but after the stunt, both switching cast members “will be allowed to return to their original Big Brother home and will be allowed to tell the housemates back home about their adventure. They will still be eligible to become the winner of the competition and receive the prize money,” Ananova reports.

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