I Auditioned For 8 Years Before Getting Into BBN - Bisola




Bisola Aiyeola, the second runner up of the 2017 edition of the Big Brother Nigeria reality TV show revealed she auditioned for 8 years before she got her chance this year.

Read excerpts from her interview with the Nation...

Let’s talk about Big Brother Nigeria (BBN). What gave you the drive to do the things that you did on the show?
It is quite interesting because I had been auditioning for about eight years before I finally got it last year. The truth of the matter is that I didn’t know anybody but I was determined to make the best from that experience. Right now, I am having auditions here and there. From all the experiences, I would say that no two auditions are the same. Everyone is different and it was always a refreshing experience. So for the Big Brother Nigeria, I went for the audition and gradually I was selected.14 of us contested and I got in, tried my best. The truth of the matter is that it was a tough contest, not like a music contest. Here, you can’t really tell how it was going to go.

What is life as a celebrity like? Is it something that you enjoy?
It has been very interesting for me. It is part of my life now and I would say that it is what I signed to be. I am living it out and it has been an interesting journey.

Are there things that you used to do that you cannot do anymore?
Yes, there are so many things that I used to do that I cannot do anymore. I love taking a stroll around my neighbourhood but I can’t really do that anymore. I also love to go to the markets like Ketu and Mile 12 markets but these days I can’t do that anymore.

What is life as a celebrity like? Is it something that you enjoy?
It has been very interesting for me. It is part of my life now and I would say that it is what I signed to be. I am living it out and it has been an interesting journey.

Are there things that you used to do that you cannot do anymore?
Yes, there are so many things that I used to do that I cannot do anymore. I love taking a stroll around my neighbourhood but I can’t really do that anymore. I also love to go to the markets like Ketu and Mile 12 markets but these days I can’t do that anymore.


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