After expressing her desires to be the first
woman to win the Big Brother grand prize since
Zambia’s Cherise did so seven seasons ago,
Dillish has done it for all of Africa’s women!
The gorgeous Namibian started her Chase race
as the proverbial underdog and was labeled
everything from lazy, to a pampered princess.
As the Chase rolled on however, Dillish quickly
emerged as a very strong contender for the
Chase title and won her fellow Housemates and
Africa over, with her quirky, accented alter ego,
aptly titled Princess Dillish.
The Namibian made sure to stay away from
trouble and coasted through the Chase by taking
her place behind the scenes. While her fellow
Housemates got themselves into hot water,
fighting and gossiping their way to what they
hoped was the top of the mountain, Dillish
remained grounded and maintained cordial
relations with her fellow Housemates.
The only time the Namibian got herself in a spot
of trouble was when she and her good friend,
Nigeria’s Melvin, had a disagreement after she
told her fellow Housemates about a relationship
he was involved in, which was less than stellar.
Dillish and Cleo proved to all and sundry that
women are indeed a force of nature. The two
hotties pipped their male counterparts, Elikem
and Melvin to the Top 2 while, as well as their
close friend Beverly.
Before the big news was delivered, Pebbles the
fish surprised all and sundry with one last
speech. “On behalf of myself and the other fish,
I would like to congratulate you on your
amazing feat. You are the specialest ladies in
Africa,” Pebbles said.
However, one thing is clear! Tonight is Dillish’s
night and oh what a moment it was! As soon as
the Namibian was announced the winner of the
Chase, the Namibian broke down in a heap of
tears at the realisation that she has a cool USD
300 000 sitting in her bank account. Yes Africa.
She came, she saw and she conquered. In heels
even! Congratulations to Delicious Dillish!


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