Monrovia – Organizers of Big Brabee Liberia (BBL), the country’s first ever reality TV show, has announced new dates for the commencement of the second edition of the competition.
“The maiden edition of the show climaxed with ‘huge’ success, drama, fame, suspense, controversies and unveiled new celebrities to the Liberia Entertainment Industry and the League of Celebrities,” a statement from the BBL said.
Now, gearing up for the second edition, BBL says “many modalities have been set up for a much better experience aimed at mending errors of the past as we strengthen ourselves for an unforgettable experience.”
Speaking to FrontPage Africa’s entertainment desk in an exclusive interview, BBL Executive Director, Fred Ola Ola says Team BBL has commenced recruitment of experienced organizing team players as it reshuffle and extends hands to international affiliates for the full Liberian experience.
In addition, the team announced it is also introducing a new and permanent logo for the Big Brabee Liberia franchise.
According to him, in the post-project review of the first edition, it was discovered that 38.2% of the audience are based overseas. Due to this, he says BBL will constitute representatives from major countries, with a higher percentage rate of Liberians, and the names of the new executive officers will be officially published on its pages by January 2021.
According to Team BBL, the event starts 2021 beginning with the sales of forms commencing February 12 to April 30, 2020; followed by the online auditions on April 24, 2021. On-site Auditions is May 1, while the much anticipated camping starts from June – July, 2021.