Top Trending Housemates of Big Brother Naija Season 7 on Google


Now in its seventh season, the Big Brother Naija reality show known as Big Brother Naija: Level Up which premiered on July 23 and 24, 2022, is already thrilling viewers with twists and intrigue.

The show has also seen people turning to Google to find out more about their favourite housemates, the house and where to watch the show.

When the show started airing in July, a total of 28 housemates were originally admitted into two houses, Level 1 and Level 2 to compete for the grand prize of N100 million.

So far, there have been 12 evictions, two fake housemates leaving and a housemate who was ejected from the competition.

Still, as the interest of the show remains high, there are housemates who are dominating when it comes to online searches with different regions across the country showing clear favourites. Bella, Beauty and Khalid lead with the most searched interest, followed by Hermes, Daniella and Amaka.

Bella, who is in a relationship with fellow housemate Sheggz, has been trending for confrontations with her housemates, getting a strike from Big Brother for disobedience and provocation, causing reactions over her culinary skills and recently- having a brawl with fellow housemate and head of House (HOH), Phyna.

Former Miss Nigeria, Beauty, also made it as one of the top trending Big Brother Season 7 housemates. She was ejected just two weeks into the show following a physical argument with a housemate, Groovy.

Khalid, who was the second level 2 housemate to be evicted, also featured as a trending housemate because of his on-screen romance with a housemate, Daniella. While Bella, Hermes and Daniella have received the most search traffic overall, Daniella has generated the biggest search spike so far.

Specific questions asked about the Big Brother Naija reality show have also revealed the level of interest of netizens in Nigeria.

Some of the top questions asked online are, “What channel is BBN on GOtv?”, “Who is Big Brother Naija in person?” and “How old is Diana’s big brother?”

Below is a list of the top questions that have sparked the curiosity of Nigerians online with regard to the Big Brother Naija Season 7 reality show.

Here are the lists of the top trending Big Brother Naija Level Up housemates:

Top Trending housemates who are still in the Big Brother Naija Level Up Show

Top Trending housemates who have left the Big Brother Naija Level Up Show














Top Trending Big Brother Naija Season 7 Questions

What channel is BBN on GOtv?

Who is Big Brother Naija in person?

How old is Diana’s big brother?

Where is Hermes BBN from?

Who is the head of house in BBN this week?

How old is Chichi BBN?

Where can I watch BBN live on my phone?

Who won the head of house in BBN today?

Where is Bryan BBN from?

Where is Big Brother Naija house located?

Top trending questions and terms for the top trending housemates





How old is Bella BBN?

Why was Beauty disqualified?

Daniella and khalid

Khalid and Daniella

Bella Okagbue siblings

Ilebaye and Beauty fight

Khalid BBNaija tribe

Daniella BBN biography

What is the meaning of Bella?

Where is Beauty Tukura from?

BBN tonight eviction Khalid and Ilabaye

Daniella and Dotun

Where is Bella BBN from?

Beauty and Phyna fight

Meaning of khalid in Yoruba

Why was Daniella crying after yesterday 3 of september 2022 BBN party?

Who is Bella BBNaija brother

How old is Beauty BBN?

Which State is Khalid BBN from?

Meaning of Daniella

Who is Bella Okagbue’s father?

Watch how Beauty was disqualified

What is the meaning of Khalid?

What did Khalid say about Daniella BNN?






Hermes big brother

Doyin bbn biography

Groovy bbn biography

Phyna BBN biography

Throwback pictures of Hermes BBNaija pictures when he was younger

Doyin and Cyph

Does Groovy have mouth odour?

How old is Phyna BBN?

Where is Hermes bbn from?

How old is Doyin BBN?

What happened between Groovy and Phyna?

Groovy and Phyna

Hermes and Allysyn

Does Doyin of BNN have any siblings?

Video of Beauty fight with Groovy

Dairy sessions for Phyna BBNaija

Hermes two girlfriends

Why was Doyin crying in the diary room?

Groovy and DJ Cuppy

Phyna BBN net worth

Hermes pronunciation

The problem between Bella and Doyin

What tribe is groovy?

Where is Phyna BBNaija from?

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