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Mario Bautista, has been with the entertainment industry for more than 4 decades. He writes regular columns for People's Journal and Malaya.

Dec 18, 2011

Seth And Erica Are The Latest Evictees From Pbb Unlimited

TWO MORE HOUSEMATES were evicted from PBB Unlimited last Saturday night: Seth from UnliNight and Erica Arlante from UnliDay. Seth was born in the Philippines but raised in the U.S. He joined PBB as a reserved housemate pretending to be the American husband of Luz and later became a regular housemate who turned out to speak Tagalog fluently. Obviously, viewers were turned off because he complains a lot, especially when he told Deniesse: “Pangit ka. Bastos ka. Parang di ka babae.” He complained about the other housemates as “kumakain, nangungulangot sa mesa, nagkakamot ng puwet. Ganito ba kayo talaga sa Pilipinas?” He told Kuya joining PBB is “the biggest mistake of my life”. He later apologized, saying he just had culture shock and finds it hard to adjust. But it’s too late, the viewers have voted to evict him.

As for Erica, we think viewers voted for her so she can return to her family who she misses so much. She was fetched after eviction by her boyfriend named Romeo. She was the lowest pointer among the nominees with negative 1.22 percent. As for Seth, he got 0.4%.

It was an eventful week for all housemates as they performed as carollers for three nights. Tin Patrimonio of UnliNight’s Team High Voltage didn’t know her parents, Alvin and Cindy Patrimonio, were there in the audience. Her mom even requested her to sing “Away in a Manager” repeatedly. She got an idea who it was when Kuya announced that the donor was named Mrs. C.P. All in all, Team High Voltage got a total of P71,000 in donations that will all go to charity. In contrast, Team Wayok of UnliDay got only P48,000. They were also told to compose their own Christmas song and do a music video. Honestly, we think High Voltage’s “Tayo ang Pasko” (a collaboration of Roy, Eting and Tol) is very much better than Wayok’s “Simpleng Pasko”, na talagang walang dating sa sobrang kasimplihan.

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