BBNaija 2021 : All you need to know and how to get audtioned

BBNaija 2021 All you need to know and how to get audtioned
BBNaija 2021 All you need to know and how to get audtioned

It’s another time of the year again BBnaija season 6 is back and better with more money to be won as the start price has risen to 90 million nairas with other consultation prices.

The audition bells are ringing as bbnaija is set to start Audition from 3rd to May 14. You probably think, how do I register and get auditioned? We got you cover with all the necessary information you need.

According to the BBNaija publication, all Interested participants are expected to record a two-minute video of themselves stating why they are part of being a Housemate in Season 6 of BBNaija. Following this, they are to log on to to fill out the online registration form and upload their videos. The online Audition is free and open to interested male and female participants of Nigerian nationality, with a valid identity document. It must be 21 years of age by June 1, 2021.

You can stand a chance to be auditioned early by subscribing to your govt or dstv or renew your current subscription to stand a chance.

If you have done so, here is how to get your confirmation that you have successfully qualified for the early Audition.

Immediately after you renew or subscribe to your gotv or dstv, send an email to [email protected].

You would be sent a unique link to complete your registration and upload a 2 mins video of yourself explaining why you should be on the show.

If you don’t receive an email, kindly check your Junk or spam folder for the mail.

If you still don’t receive any mail after doing the above, be patient for a little while, as it may be due to the high number of traffic by other users trying to get in, like you.

We wish you the best of luck in your Audition. Kindly help shares it can be helpful to someone. Thank you in advance.

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