The winner of Biggy Studios season 2 will be known in a few minutes.
This comes some 60 days after 24 contestants stepped into the mansion to bid for the prize money.
The winner of the show takes home a 12 million FCFA worth package including a car. The first runner up gets 2 million FCFA worth of prizes and the second runner up, 1 million.
The eight finalists include;
Though an artist with thousands of followers, the journey was a tedious one for Adag like many others.
Despite the competitive and sometimes harsh conditions housemates had to face putting up with one another, Adag was noted for often keeping his cool and staying joyful.
He, Fhish and Magdo recently won a music contest by producer, McCoy Twap and in addition to cash prizes, will be get to work to with him.
This counts as one of Adag’s many wins recorded in the mansion during his 60-day stay. His ratings remained high and at some point, he competed for top three on the eviction table with Fhish and Patience.
Like the other seven finalists, Adag too is a winner.
Fhish entered the mansion a few hours after the other 23 contestants. Initially, the artist was given a could shoulder by even the general public, owing to some challenges he had been facing prior to the show.
Days before being on the show, Fhish was arrested and detained for causing trouble at a relaxation spot in Buea, South West Region. His seemingly not sorry attitude worsened the situation, as many fans called him out.
He therefore entered the show as a notorious troublemaker and wasn’t expected to last.
The ‘kirikou’ crooner however left many surprised after his first clash with a house mate – Patience. Despite her insults and unruly character towards Fhish, he surprisingly kept his cool and turned the other cheek multiple times.
This went on to earn make him one of the most loved housemates, given his approach to challenges in the mansion.
Clement Toh was known for his humanitarian activities through the Mboko Gang fan base, and his entrepreneurial journey through his restaurant in Bamenda, North West Region.
Clement is also renowned for partaking in community-building initiatives including a march for peace in the North West and South West Regions.
He went into the mansion as one of the heavyweights, with a high rating and massive support base. Clement at some point however, had hard times giving his supporters reason to keep him in the mansion and barely survived eviction a couple of times.
Like Clement, Kingsley Noni too is renowned for his philanthropic activities especially putting smiles on the faces of kids at Christmas.
A designer by profession, he too garnered a massive support base prior to entry into the mansion.
One of Noni’s most prominent alliances in the mansion was Fhish’s ‘arch enemy’, Patience, as they were often spotted together.
Noni’s first outburst in the mansion happened earlier than many expected, when he called out Fhish for using his personal items without permission.
At the last eviction, Noni who had often been mid table took many by surprise, emerging among the top four retained for the finals.
Fon Dieudonne, a footballer by profession, stood out as one of the most peaceful housemates throughout the show.
In addition to not taking active part in any controversial happenings in the house, Fon focused more on building himself both mentally and physically.
Unlike many other fan bases, Fon’s fans were hardly seen trolling others. The contestant on his part, kept his end of the bargain, staying away from any form of trouble and making it to D-Day.
He remained active, and with hardly any surprise, emerged to the finals. He did not let his disability become inability.
Many by the 40th day, had already had already named Patience as the winner of the show.
Coming in as a very little known person, she stood her ground against what many of her kind would be complacent with. Patience shot to the spotlight after calling Fhish out for harassing her.
Since then, she never failed to seize any opportunity to remain the primary issue of concern on the show. Her supporters too never relented for a moment to support her.
For every time she was up for eviction, Patience ranked among top three, a record shared with ‘arch rival’, Fhish.
Many are eager to see how she would leverage on the exposure given her by the show, as she resumes normal life.
Nomsi Verna came into the show as an underdog, and left many surprised by how far she could go. She was able to stay relevant to the show’s supporters who kept her till D-Day.
Controversy-shy as she is, Magdo never failed to impress when it came to entertainment and was often the life of the weekend parties.
Her fan base never failed her for a moment, as they did all they could to keep her in the house.
In addition to exposure, the show has pulled to her side hundreds of followers and supporters, a platform she is expected to leverage on.
Prior to the Biggy Studios show, Bishop Giscard was a timber dealer, and song writer.
Throughout the show, he was able to impress fans enough to have them maintain him on mid eviction table.
Like other housemates however, flexing his muscles the way he wanted was an uphill task for Bishop, due to the presence of other heavyweight contestants in the mansion.
Bishop took many by surprise as he raised his voice in an argument with Fhish days back.
Like others, many would expect to have him capitalise on his new found followership and probably, alliances made in the mansion, as he forges ahead.