So who won Big Brother Mzansi 2022? The reality came to a close in April after almost 3 months.
Who won Big Brother Mzansi 2022
Michelle Mphowabadimo Mvundla is the contestant who won Big Brother Mzansi 2022 and was named the season 3 winner. She received an R2 million cash prize after spending 71 days in the Big Brother Mzansi house. Crowned at the end of a dramatic two-hour live show, a tearful Mpho fell to her knees before leaping for joy. “Thank you, Mzansi” were the only words the tearful 27-year-old sangoma from Daveyton could utter after she was named the winner. I’m excited and anxious, but I’m happy to be here,”.
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Mphowabadimo said to host Lawrence Maleka earlier in the show. Reflecting on her journey, she said: “It has changed me a lot. I have grown, I have healed and I’m a bigger person than I was walking into the house. I am grateful for this experience. I will never be the same.” Entrepreneur and fashion designer Gershwin “Gash1” Mthombeni, 28, from Pretoria came in second. During the two-hour live spectacle, MiCasa, Q-Mark, TpZee and Afriikan, and Zakes Bantwini all gave performances. Lerato Kganyago, a DJ and radio broadcaster, joined Lawrence as co-host after attending the Big Broth.
Mvundla’s portrayal of a group of spiritual healers, which she decided to emphasize in her Big Brother experience, made her a popular choice with viewers. The program returned in January after a long hiatus, introducing SA to candidates including Terry Treasure, Vyno, Dinky Bliss, B.U, and Venus.
After being repeatedly chosen for eviction, Mavundla’s supporters, known as The Underground Gang, stuck by her all the way to the finish. With her relaxed demeanor and outgoing, “no sh*t” characteristics, the 27-year-old mother of one won over South Africans. When the housemate was routinely made fun of by the other housemates for her spirituality, viewers across Mzansi started to defend her.
What’s the first thing that you’re going to do when you arrive home?
“I haven’t gone home yet as I’m still busy with [press runs]. For now, I’m at a hotel. I thought that when I left Biggie’s House the first thing that I was going to do was switch on my phone, but I actually switched on the TV and caught up with the news. After being in Biggie’s House for more than 2 months, it’s interesting to find out about what’s taking place in the world.”
What was the most interesting news headline you’ve seen so far?
“I was surprised to learn that there’s war in Ukraine and a petrol hike in South Africa. When you’re in the House, you’re far removed from the “world”
You were nominated for eviction 5 times but survived and came back even stronger. What kept you going?
“Despite the tasks, I was hopeful, and I had a positive outlook. Biggie kept telling the Housemates: “Don’t worry about tomorrow but let tomorrow worry about itself.” I kept that saying in my head and when I was on the chopping block, I wouldn’t worry but cross each hurdle as it presented itself.”
What were your expectations when you entered Big Brother Mzansi and were they met?
“As a Big Brother Mzansi superfan, I entered the competition thinking that I was going to have fun, sit around all day, and throw parties every other day, but I was wrong. We took part in challenges that tested us physically and mentally. We also had chores to complete. Basically, I got way more than I expected. I had a life-changing experience, which helped me grow and become a better version of myself. I will forever be grateful for entering Big Brother Mzansi.”
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