Newest PBB edition to be held in Vietnam

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  • CmnypbDUMAAuJd1The newest edition of reality television show Pinoy Big Brother will not be held in the Philippines, but rather in Vietnam. This is the first time in the show’s history.

    In an interview with ABS-CBN News, Direk Laurenti Dyogi explained why the latest edition of the reality show will be set up out of the country.

    “Sa tagal na natin sa ere eh medyo nakabisado na ng mga viewers, ng ating housemates [ang Bahay ni Kuya],” Dyogi stated.

    He went on to state the reason why they chose Vietnam as Kuya’s (Big Brother’s) new location saying, “Gusto rin natin ng isang lugar na kahit sa history natin ay may relationship …There were Vietnamese refugees in Palawan and marami tayong similarities tulad na lang sa prutas at sa temparatura.”

    PBB has already revealed 5 celebrity housemates McCoy de Leon, Nikko Natividad, Yassi Pressman, Jinri Park at Juan Karlos Labajo.

    Wednesday morning the celebrity housemates flew to Vietnam.(mb)

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