YFM’S DJ Champagne reps Ghana at theBig Brother StarGame Finale
8/1/2012 5:17:34 PM -
Ghana may not have a Big Brother Stargame representative in the house, but this weekend the country will be represented in the show that is known to be one of the most watched reality program across the continent.
On the 4th of August 2012, the Big Brother house will come alive with incredible tunes when Ghana's DJ Champagne storms the house to work the turntables at the housemates Saturday night party. DJ Champagne will also be playing on stage at the Big Brother Finale show the next day, 5th August 2012, and also at the after party on the same evening.
Since 2009, DJ Champagne has been the disc jockey for the YFM drive time show; "Dryve Of Ur Life". Apart from the weekday show, the multitalented DJ also plays on YFM's hugely popular Saturday afternoon student related program known as 'Y - Xpress'. Nicknamed the music connoisseur, DJ Champagne has played at several big concerts and high profile parties in Ghana.
With a few days to the finale of the Big Brother StarGame, it remains unclear who is likely to win the ultimate prize of a USD 300,000. There are six housemates remaining in the house and these have only 6 days to prove to Africa that they deserve her precious votes.
However, the house has seen the strength of Kyle, Lady May, Wati and Prezzo because they have been nominated and survived the chopping block before in Upville. But the greatest challenge could perhaps be for the rest of the gang who have never been exposed to an eviction. The two times that Keagan was nominated managed to save his head courtesy of the Head of House position while Talia has had a lucky streak in Upville, the Zambian lass has never made it to the nomination list and has also never been replaced by a Head of House.
Well, the ball is in Africa's hands at the moment and housemates have to play their part in order to impress Africa.
Tune in to DStv Channel 197 & 198 24/7 to catch DJ Champagne and the Big Brother StarGame finale action, powered by Coca Cola. And keep voting.