Bigg Boss house welcomes Norah and Giselle; Digangana Suryanvanshi evicted

| Thursday, December 10, 2015 - 11:13
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Norah and Giselle enter Bigg Boss 9

Norah Fatehi, Giselle and Digangana

Fifty eight days into the house, Bigg Boss has finally realized the need to elevate the non-existing oomph factor. Having said that, new wild card entrants, Norah and Giselle sizzled on the screen with their mermaid-like pool entries.
Their entry has been accompanied by Digangana Suryavanshi, bidding a tearful adieu after being evicted by her fellow housemates.
Moroccan beauty Norah Fatehi wants to raise the glamour quotient in the house and doesn’t want to get into unnecessary brawls. She believes that her biggest strength is being able to make friends easily which could be beneficial for her in the house.
 However Norah completely manages to ignore the fact that the Bigg Boss house is full of frenemies and if she wants to go looking for loyal friends this is the last place she should be visiting. 
Like everybody else in the house, Norah, too is a self-proclaimed Salman Khan fan and wants to use the show as a platform to showcase her talent.
On the other hand, Kingfisher Calendar model Gizele Thakral has managed to grab eyeballs ever since her steamy performance. Rishabh Sinha and Prince Narula were visibly awestruck and couldn’t seem to take their eyes off the beauty since her grand entry. 
However, the model’s entry has not gone down well with fellow contestant and former Miss India Rochelle Rao, who claimed that Giselle was extremely short-tempered and had a weird personality. Rochelle warned everybody in the house against Giselle and also called her a troublemaker.
While the sleepy house may be awake for a while at present, we wonder how many more wild card entrants Bigg Boss would have to introduce this season to keep the TRPs soaring.
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