I am thumping my chest in celebration. Hannington had lost it during his second week in the house. Now the Ugandan is arguably the most popular contestant on the M-Net reality show, his chances of winning the $200,000 jackpot very much alive.
Flashback â€“ he made a move on Angolaâ€™s Emma. Emma fought off the temptation to give in. She went for the boring Jeremy from Kenya.
Hannington recoiled, becoming an irritant for a week. He even threw a tantrum at Tanzaniaâ€™s Elizabeth for insinuating he had made a gay gesture. But then he picked himself up, dusted himself up and got back in the game; first by apologising to Elizabeth, next by hitting on Malawiâ€™s Mzamo.
Monday night cemented his thing with Mzamo in an encounter that was more than just flirting.
Meanwhile, Emma kept tabs on our boyâ€™s romantic progress. On Friday, Emma addressed Jeremy as Hannington, which, irked Jeremy. She confessed that she had realised that beneath the apparently rough Ugandan is a good boy, probably hoping Jeremy would throw her out so she continues with Hannington.
Unfortunately for Emma, Jeremy is still clinging. Meanwhile, Hannington is taking the approach Angolaâ€™s Ricco, last yearâ€™s winner, took.
After Mzaomo, he is now cosy with South Africaâ€™s Liz Coka, who invited him to her bed Saturday night. This coziness follows a kiss the two shared on Thursday night owing to a truth-or-dare game. Interestingly, Liz was our evicted housemate Philbertâ€™s love interest. Meanwhile, Zimbabweâ€™s Itai, whom many couldnâ€™t wait to evict, is this weekâ€™s head of house after he won a quiz that required housemates Knowledge of Africa last week.
Pick up your copy of The New Vision tomorrow to find out who was evicted in Sundayâ€™s eviction show.
Hannington back in the game; more girls vie for him