Alexa Ilacad, KD Estrada evicted from PBB; celebrity final 5 named
Alexa Ilacad and KD Estrada have ended their journey as “Pinoy Big Brother: Kumunity Season 10” housemates after they were evicted from the reality TV show yesterday, Dec. 26.
Ilacad and Estrada received the lowest “save” and “evict” votes from viewers in the final tally shown on PBB’s Twitter page, also yesterday.
Estrada received only 16.99% of fan votes while Ilacad got 17.03%. Meanwhile, saved from eviction were their fellow housemates Anji Salvacion with 19.18%, Samantha Bernardo with 17.98% and Madam Inutz with 18.92%.
— Pinoy Big Brother (@PBBabscbn) December 26, 2021
Given Ilacad and Estrada’s eviction, only Salvacion, Bernardo, Madam Inutz, Brenda Mage and Alyssa Valdez remain in the PBB house. They were named the PBB Kumunity celebrity final five, as seen on PBB’s YouTube channel yesterday.
“Sinikap ninyong maging mabuting ehemplo ng galing, tatag at kabutihan sa buong Kumunity. Congratulations, aking celebrity Kumunity final 5!” Big Brother greeted the remaining housemates. (You strived to be good examples of excellence, resilience and kindness to the Kumunity. Congratulations to my celebrity Kumunity final 5.)
He then announced that instead of only one big winner, two people will emerge victorious in the reality show’s ongoing season.
“Mula sa inyong lima, ay hihiranging and aking celebrity Kumunity top 2,” Big Brother told the housemates. (From the five of you will be named my celebrity Kumunity top 2.)
PBB is yet to announce a date for its Big Night for this edition. As to the next edition, a new batch of housemates will reportedly be chosen and introduced soon after.
“Pinoy Big Brother: Kumunity Season 10” first aired in October this year. It is a celebrity edition featuring actors, singers, social media personalities and athletes living together in one house. JB
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