Mia Khalifa to be seen in 'Bigg Boss 13'?
Former pornstar Mia Khalifa, who recently created a buzz with revelations about her porn stint, is back in headlines. There are reports that Mia has been approached for Bigg Boss 13. Although there hasn't been any confirmation, one of Mia's previous tweets has found its way to top trends wherein she had refused to participate in BB ever. Let's see what she decides now.
I'm never stepping foot in India, Mia wrote on Twitter
The tweet dates back to 2015, when there were strong rumors about Mia entering the Season 9 of the reality show. However, the 26-year-old had vehemently rubbished those speculations, saying she is "never stepping foot in India." "Let's get something clear: I'm never stepping foot in India, so whomever said I've "shown interest" in being on Big Boss should be fired," she had said.
Mia had earlier cleared rumors on her 'Bigg Boss' participation
Let's get something clear: I am never stepping foot in India, so whomever said I have "shown interest" in being on Big Boss should be fired— Mia K. (@miakhalifa) September 15, 2015
Will Mia change her mind for 'Bigg Boss 13'?
Although the tweet had clearly stated her intentions, the buzz is again rife if Mia would really be making her way to one of India's most popular reality show this year. We wonder if she will change her mind this time. To note, apart from Mia, names like Chunky Panday, Zareen Khan, Ankita Lokhande and Siddharth Shukla are also doing the rounds for BB13.
'Bigg Boss 13' not to have any aam aadmi contestant
Talking about Bigg Boss 13, the makers recently shared an interesting promo of the show, and emphasized that the new season of the show is going to feature only celebrities as contestants. To recall, BB had opened doors for the aam aadmi in Season 10 in 2016. And now after three years, it seems they are getting back to the original concept.
Contestants to get tickets to finale in four weeks, but...
Interestingly, BB13 will also come with a new format, wherein the contestants will get a chance to grab their tickets to the finale within the first four weeks. But there is a twist. Despite making it to the finale, the contestants will have to continue to be in the race, and face nominations, eliminations, instructions and even punishments for the next two months.