Ultimate Love was not fun before Chris got the virus ravaging the Ultimate Love and specifically the Love Pad. There was a virus that attacked the Love Guests on Ultimate Love show after about a week the show started.
The Love Guests were waiting to be a victim of this virus; they prayed, worked hard, talked their way into it, while some placed themselves at a vantage point. They intentionally exposed themselves to this virus; you can say some ended well.
The Love Virus got some early birds on the sho while some hard, robust immune system that somehow made it hard for them to be a victim. One of these persons includes Chris, Sylvia, and Rosie.
The journey of these ladies is fascinating, but that of Chris was, in one way, unique. While others had something or someone keeping them company or busy in the Love Pad, Chris was alone and pathetically unhappy.
Though she tried her best to be strong and display the best of the brave facial expressions, she could only do her best but couldn’t have been able to hide it all.
Before Chris got the Love Virus, you would want to pity her; if you had a brother yet to be married, you would want to be a matchmaker. It was obvious that matters of the heart can be physically seen on the face without asking questions.
Just as the sides of a coin are different, so it was when Chris finally got the Love Virus. The change was sporadic; it was nothing compared to the one Nigerians daily complained of. This was a total overhaul for Chris.
Who could ever think she could smile that good, who had an incline that Chirs could have made it to be amongst the five last couple standing on the show. Maybe we had hope of better days ahead of her; we did not see Ville being added to her Chris.
Sometimes, this kind of virus can be good for the body. Sometimes we should pray for it. Chris did, she hoped, prayed, and most importantly, waited for it.
Wait for your own virus, but do all you can to ensure it does not belong to the Corona family or its relatives.