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  • Expelled INC Min. Isaias Samson Jr. asks gov’t what deal it struck with INC that supposedly ended its 5-day rally. 11 hours ago |
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Conflicts spark in second week of PBB All In

By Isah V. Red | May. 12, 2014 at 06:00pm

Viewers should tune in to Pinoy Big Brother All In to get to know more about the housemates because for the very first time in the history of PBB, viewers get to decide who will remain and who will be kicked out of the famous house.

This means that Big Brother is giving viewers the power to nominate the housemates they want for eviction. To vote to nominate, just text BBN<space>name of housemate and send it to 2331 for Globe, TM, and ABS-CBNmobile subscribers, and to 231 for Smart and Talk ‘N Text subscribers. A SIM may cast only 30 votes per day.

Which housemates will be the first to face the chopping block?

This is just one of the major surprises served up by PBB All In over the weekend, including the revelation that host Alex Gonzaga is only a celebrity house guest and not an official housemate.

In the second week of their stay at the famous PBB house, the housemates are looking to step up in their second weekly task called “Selfiemates” after failing their first weekly task. But upon preparation, a misunderstanding sparked between Cess, Vickie, and Chevin, who were assigned to lead, and Michele about the rules of the task.

A minor conflict also came about between Axel and celebrity housemates Alex and Michele over junk food. Other housemates noted that Alex and Michele have become increasingly bossy.

Who else will find themselves in conflict?

Before this, ABS-CBN Head of TV Production Laurenti Dyogi announced that there will be no more regular housemates to be added to the current PBB All In roster.

“No need for additional regular housemate for now in this season. Marami na sila. No need for now. There will be celeb housemates soon,” he posted on his Twitter account.

Amid controversies surrounding PBB’s format and its housemates, Direk Lauren insisted the housemates were selected based on their personalities and life stories and not on their appearance.

“I don’t think we ever got anyone na ‘pangit.’ Every housemate we got was unique and interesting. There are more ‘artistahin’ housemates this season, we don’t see anything wrong with that. Viewers seem to be enjoying the housemates. Our ratings seem to validate that at this point,” he added.

Tune in Pinoy Big Brother All In weeknights after Aquino & Abunda Tonight on Primetime Bida and Pinoy Big Brother All In Uber after Moon of Desire on Kapamilya Gold. Discuss the latest events inside the PBB house with Slater Young and Joj and Jai Agpangan in Ubertime Online on pinoybigbrother.com/livechat.

For updates on the program, follow @PBBabscbn on Twitter and like www.facebook.com/OfficialPinoyBigBrotherAbsCbn.

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