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Big Brother viewers in Africa can sign up to a special VIP service which allows them to watch the show’s contestants wáshing nakéd in the báthroom.
The sordid “private pass”, which costs a one-off fee of 70 South African Rand (£5), gives subscribers access to footage of the housemates under the covers, after dark and during “showér hour”.
This week the uncut scenes have included clips of female housemates Pokello Nare and Cleo in various states of und-réss in the bát-hroom.
Pokello, 27, from Zimbabwe, was seen completely na-kéd bá-thing in the tub. While viewers could watch Cleo, 23, from Zambia, scrubbing herself clean while topléss in the showér.
Anyone aged over 18 can sign up to BBVIP to watch the daily hour-long footage of the housemates in the showér or báth. The privaté pass also allows subscribers to see unseen clips from the Diary Room, and access behind the scenes video of show guests and évicted housemates.
Big Brother Africa, which features 28 contestants from 14 African nations, is currently airing its eighth series.