Ella Cayabyab evicted from PBB Connect

MANILA, Philippines – Ella Cayabyab was the eleventh housemate to leave the "Pinoy Big Brother" house in the ongoing season.

Ella Cayabyab evicted from PBB Connect
Welcome to the outside world, Ella!

On Sunday's episode of "Pinoy Big Brother: Connect," it announced that the 19-year-old "Ra-kweentera ng Quezon" became the latest evictee after receiving negative 9.37 percent of combined Kumu and text votes in a head-to-head battle against Amanda Zamora who got a whopping 38.75 percent.

Her eviction means Amanda will stay for at least one more week inside the house.

Ella was in danger of elimination for six times and belong to list of housemates who survived most number of evictions. Record holder for the entire PBB history is Cora Wadell who survived 9 evictions and was able to enter Big 4.

Few hours after the nominees were announced on Wednesday, the family of Ella and her fandom conceded in the voting process due to alleged inconsistencies of the show, 'unfair' nomination and for the mental health of the Quezonian housemate.

But on Friday, Quezon Governor and mayors rallied online to support Ella in her journey inside PBB house. Team Ella even had a motorcade Sunday morning and "Save Ella Cayabyab" trended on Twitter at No. 1 spot nationwide and joined trending list worldwide few hours before the eviction.

In the previous weeks, Ella was able to dominate the voting leaderboard.

READ: PBB Connect: Ella, Amanda nominated for eviction

Meanwhile, four official houseguests Christian Bahaya, Russco Jarvina, Glenda Dela Cruz Victorio and Dale Patrick Chua are set to enter the house in the coming days for their special task with the remaining housemates.

READ: Meet PBB Connect 4 official houseguests

The Big Night of PBB Season 9 is set on March 14 with other details and exact cash prize not yet disclosed but the Big Winner of this season will win a unit from PHirst Park Homes.

PBB Connect is the 15th edition of the local franchise since 2005.

“PBB” airs new episodes nightly, and can be accessed via free and digital TV (A2Z Channel 11), cable (Kapamilya Channel), live streaming (Kapamilya Online Live, Kumu), and on-demand streaming (iWant TFC).

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