On Sunday 1st of March 2020, the Ultimate Love reality TV program held its first eviction show, where Michael and Cherry popularly dubbed Micherry, became the first couple to be evicted from the house.
Three weeks into the program, Michael; originally a broadcast content creator and Cherry; the 30-year-old medical doctor, who together were beginning give the audience a tribal couple vibe, in a surprising turn of events were checked out the Ultimate Love pad.
This apparently did not boat too well with a number of the show’s fans as they took to social media to express their discontent for the couple’s eviction and sympathize with them. Many comments under the show’s Instagram posts demanded that the show release the voting polls that shows how they voted. Enraged fans of the couple refused to accept that the results were a product of the voting turnouts, as they claimed to have voted for the couple.
While on stage with the eviction show’s hosts; Nollwood actress Dakore Akande, and radio OAP Compere Oluwaseun, Cherry admitted to having felt a spark between her and Michael while in the house, boldly stating that she is ‘lucky she found her man in the house,’ making the fans even more irate that such a supposedly beautiful couple would be evicted so early.
The dynamic couple Micherry radiated different vibes to different spectators as some described them as that lovely Igbo couple, while some alluded to Cherry as being the life of the party, some thought the couple to be entertaining actors, with their kissing and hugging, and couple goal moments and some were of the opinion that the couple were the reason why the house seemed lively, generally most people agreed that the energy Micherry brought made for great TV.
The other housemates that were up for eviction included: Obichukwu and Ebiteinye (Obiebi), Iyke and Theresa (Iykeresa), Slyvia and Chiddy Banks (Chivia), Presh Talker and David Wilson (Presdavid).
For Chinedu Okafor, its all about making an impact with words, creating a profound impression on the audience with the intended narrative.