Alyssa Valdez, Anji Salvacion win as top 2 in ‘Pinoy Big Brother’
Alyssa Valdez and Anji Salvacion were hailed as the celebrity Kumunity top two of “Pinoy Big Brother: Kumunity Season 10,” following the show’s elimination night yesterday, Jan. 1.
The professional volleyball player and the singer received the highest number of “save” votes among the reality show’s final five, as per Pinoy Big Brother’s Twitter page, also yesterday.
Valdez garnered 22.63% of the votes while Salvacion had 13.60% of them. Eliminated housemates Samantha Bernardo and Madam Inutz trailed along with 13.53% and 13.03% of the votes respectively. Brenda Mage received the lowest number of votes, getting 2.84%.
— Pinoy Big Brother (@PBBabscbn) January 1, 2022
Big Brother congratulated the two ladies, also during the show’s elimination night on New Year’s Day.
“Alyssa at Anji, binabati ko kayo dahil pinatunayan ninyo na sa pamamagitan ng galing, diskarte, pakikisama at pagiging totoo sa sarili at sa kapwa, hindi imposibleng makamit ang anumang inyong pinapangarap,” Big Brother stated.
(Alyssa and Anji, I’m congratulating both of you for proving that with skill, strategy, fellowship and staying true to yourself and others, it is not impossible to reach your dreams.)
He then remarked how much of an inspiration Valdez and Salvacion have been to the show’s viewers.
“Salamat at mula sa larangang inyong kinabibilangan bilang celebrities ay nakapagbigay kayo ng kabutihan at inspiration para sa ating mga kapamilya,” he said. “Lubos ko kayong pinagmamalaki bilang mga celebrities at bilang aking mga housemates. Muli, binabati ko kayo aking Celebrity Kumunity Top 2!”
(Thank you for sharing your kindness and for giving inspiration to our Kapamilya. I am very proud of you two as celebrities and as housemates. Again, congratulations on being our Celebrity Kumunity Top 2.)
Valdez and Salvacion still have not exited the Pinoy Big Brother house. The show has been announcing its next batch of “adult” housemates since Dec. 27.
The latest season of Pinoy Big Brother started in October of last year. They will be welcoming celebrities, adults and teens as contestants. JB
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