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Makosi Musambasi, the former UK cardiac nurse turned Big Brother contestant, celebrated her 33rd birthday on September 24 by releasing her long-awaited first book titled ‘Self Love: The Ultimate Choice.’
“My book is an inspirational coffee table book. Its 200 pages of nuggets that help build self-esteem. I am reluctant to say it will change your life because only God can change her life,” she observed in a radio interview.
In the book she said that she had drawn from her Big Brother journey and other ‘nuggets’ as she called them on hard work.; The book will be available in bookshops and will also be online on platforms like Amazon and Konga.
Big Brother 2005, also known as Big Brother 6, was the sixth series of the British reality television series Big Brother, in which a number of contestants lived in an isolated house trying to avoid being evicted by the public with the aim of winning a large cash prize at the end of the run. The series launched on Channel 4 on May 27 and ending August 12 August lasted eleven weeks, which was the longest the programme at that time.
Makosi Musambasi, whose mother is South African and her father being Mozambiquan, had returned in 2009 to compete in a task for a few hours while she was a contestant in Ultimate Big Brother the following year. She was born in Zimbabwe on September 24, 1980.