Although Nichole Baranda has been evicted for getting the lowest number of votes last Sunday, it’s still teen power working on PBB All In – whether it’s the teens themselves voting or it’s the supporters of the teens in the reality show franchise maneuvering the results.
Crowded hallways are the loneliest places
For outcasts and rebels
Or anyone who just dares to be different
And you’ve been trying for so long
To find out where your place is
But in their narrow minds
There’s no room for anyone who dares to do something different
Oh, but listen for a minute
Trust the one
Who’s been where you are wishing all it was
Was sticks and stones
Those words cut deep but they don’t mean you’re all alone
And you’re not invisible
Hear me out,
There’s so much more to life than what you’re feeling now
Someday you’ll look back on all these days
And all this pain is gonna be invisible
So goes the song – Invisible by Hunter Hayes – which is the eviction song of PBB All In. (Clink link to get to the official music video http://youtu.be/LiUqgL5urWc)
First to be declared safe among the six nominees – Jane, Joshua, Loisa, Daniel, Nichole and Fifth – was Jane for getting 45.40% of the votes. Then she completed the task all by herself which earned her raves and admiration from viewers – fans and bashers alike.
Alex Gonzaga on Saturday announced that of the remaining five, the first to be safe was a skillful male housemate who at times has some misunderstandings with the others but still fights on to stay in Big Brother’s house – and that was Joshua.
Then she named Loisa as the next safe housemate, leaving the other three who fought for viewers’ votes on Sunday.
Twitterians had another grand time setting the social media platform on fire, making #PBBAll7thEviction the worldwide trending topic.
Some tweeted prematurely, “Bye, tanda (oldie)!” alluding to Daniel Matsunaga.
Fifth Solomon Pagotan’s supporters did not allow him to be evicted much earlier than his twin, Fourth – who’s seen not only to make it to the Big 4 but possibly the grand winner.
The previous week saw the real tug between teens and adult housemates.
Ranty had a lease of life for one week when he redeemed Joshua which sat well with the fans and supporters of the teener from Batangas.
Then when it was just between him and Aina Solano, he overwhelmingly got the votes and the Dancing Bombshell Ng Boracay got booted out.
(See related story ‘PBB All In’: Ranty saved from eviction; Aina leaves house; Alex sure to go next week https://arloc888.wordpress.com/2014/06/07/pbb-all-in-ranty-saved-from-eviction-aina-leaves-house-alex-sure-to-go-next-week/ and ‘PBB All In’ 4th Eviction: Will Joshua’s supporters save Ranty The Redeemer? https://arloc888.wordpress.com/2014/06/05/pbb-all-in-4th-eviction-will-joshuas-supporters-save-ranty-the-redeemer/)
Between Loisa Andalo and Jayme Jalandoni, the teener from Las Pinas got saved. And between Michele Gumabao and Joshua, the boy got saved.
Jayme only made a noise during the nude painting challenge, that even senators moved to have the reality show monitored as it was (according to them, specifically Senators Nancy Binay and Pia Cayetano) posing danger to morality.
Michele, who was expected to command votes being a sports celebrity and daughter of movie actor-turned politician-turned religious leader Dennis Roldan a.k.a. Mitchell Gumabao, got overpowered by the supporters of teener Joshua.
It’s been more than two months now since PBB All In started and in a few more weeks the Big 4 will be known.
As of this time, there’s no announcement yet whether elevator girl Cheridel Alejandrino (who shot to fame via YouTube) is a regular housemate vying for votes or a house guest like the one she replaced, host Alex Gonzaga.
She has shown motherly affection to female teen housemates particularly Loisa, and also felt affection from Manolo Pedrosa, Wonder Son Ng Quezon City (seen to make it to Big 4 and possibly Fourth’s main rival for the ultimate win due to strong fan base), whom she said reminds her of her son.
PBB All In airs weeknights on Primetime Bida, and on Saturdays and Sundays as part of ABS-CBN’s Yes! Weekend lineup. Uber, meanwhile, airs afternoon updates on weekdays.
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