Pinoy Big Brother PBB All In Back-to-Back-to-Back Evictions: Unfair?

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Last night, August 2, on Pinoy Big Brother (PBB) All In, we saw Fifth Pagotan getting evicted, following his twin brother Fourth's exit during the other week's eviction night.

Obviously, Fifth's bisexual admission in the house didn't
win much votes for him, failing to beat other nominees, such as Jane Oineza, Joshua Garcia and Manolo Pedrosa. But he almost survived, with his percentage of votes very close to Manolo's.

Jane 42.11%
Joshua 23.80%
Manolo 17.56%
Fifth 16.53

I actually thought it was Joshua who will be evicted, after he irked some of his and Jane's fans for calling Jane a "Touchy Queen". But he won them back when he later admitted he already loves Jane.

Meanwhile, Pinoy Big Brother (PBB) All In Back-to-Back-to-Back Evictions will start this Sunday, as announced also during last night's episode.

The 7 remaining
housemates (Jane Oineza, Maris Racal, Loisa Andalio, Joshua Garcia, Vickie Rushton, Manolo Pedrosa and Daniel Matsunaga) will be facing
their toughest challenge ever inside Pinoy Big Brother house in this
Back-to-Back-to-Back daily evictions leading to the Big Night, where only 4 remain.

We have to watch tonight's episode of the show to fully understand how it's going to be done.

But it seems like the housemates themselves might be the ones to pick who they want to get evicted from the house.

If that's really the case, it's exciting, but very unfair for the housemates whose fans and supporters have been eagerly voting for them in every eviction but only to get evicted in an instant 'coz they got voted off by their fellow housemates. Totally unfair!

It hasn't started yet, so let's just wish that this won't really happen.

But knowing PBB, they can do whatever they want. I remember during PBB Teen Clash 2010 edition, Tricia Santos had the worst fate ever for a housemate. After she topped the public votes every time she's nominated, she got evicted in an instant when the show introduced the "vote to evict" public voting system. As the most
hated housemate then, even if she's got many supporters, Tricia didn't land in that edition's final Big 6.

For the current edition, the housemates themselves might be the ones to exercise "vote to evict" power, if it's really the case. And obviously, the housemates who have been SAFE many times during evictions are most likely to suffer in the said B2B2B evictions, since their co-housemates would deem them as strong competitors to become the Big Winner. - Mykiru.ph
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Mykiru is an entertainment blogger, having been named recently as one of the Top 10 Pinoy Showbiz Resources in the Philippines. For 8 years now, Mykiru has been delivering the latest, the hottest and most trending issues in the country.
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1 Comment(s):

  1. i guess its not unfair. fellow housemates knew each other's attitude. they knew who's tamad and the uncooperative ones. it is rather much unfair when the public will judge when all theyv seen was just a bit of moments as aired on tv.

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