Rob Stumvoll is evicted from Pinoy Big Brother Double Up

by Christina Corpuz
Nov 30, 2009
Rob Stumvoll, the "Ladies Man of Austria," was evicted during the November 28 episode of Pinoy Big Brother Double Up. Maenwhile, all the 15 remaining housemates are nominated for eviction this week.

The fourth eviction night of Pinoy Big Brother Double Up last November 28 saw the exit of Rob Stumvoll, also known as the "Ladies Man of Austria." The 24-year-old Fil-Austrian was welcomed back into the outside world by his mother. Rob was able to speak to the housemates for one last time, and he told his friends in the two houses that he will wait for them until they can all get together again and party.

Rob, who hails from Austria, was one of the original members of House A, and immediately received a task to make the housemates believe that he is in a serious relationship with transgender Rica.

In a few weeks time, Rob was moved to House B, where he was part of many unforgettable incidents. He was seen to be misbehaving during the Hawaiian-themed welcome party for Finnish housemate, Katlin Laas. His temper was also tested during the Pinoy Big Battle where he nearly initiated a verbal war with his former housemates.

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Another nominee for eviction that night, Patrick Villanueva, was surprised that he was not evicted from Big Brother's house. Rob and Patrick got single digit percentage of votes, with a difference of about two percent .

The highest point was Rica Paras (Rob's "partner" inside the house) with 38.55 percent , she obviously has the audiences' support despite the slighht problem that she had with the boys. Jason Francisco received 35.81 percent , probably because viewers support his love team with Melisa Cantiveros, popularly known as the Melason love team. Carol Batay received 15.11 percent of the votes, Patrick with 6.21 percent while Rob only got 4.32 percent .

During the 7th nomination night of PBB Double Up the following day, Kuya revealed another twist dubbed as "Bagyong Issa." He had the housemates undergo an unusual process of nomination where housemates cast their votes on two housemates from the other house.

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In that round of nominations, Johan and Yuri were nominated from House A, while Rica and Rocky were the nominees from House B. Then in the second round of nominations, Big Brother gave the houses the liberty to discuss and change the nomination results. Rica and Rocky remained as House B's nominees, while Yuri was replaced with Kath to join Johan for House A nominees.

Meanwhile, Big Brother addressed the discrimination issue involving the House B boys and Rica. Big Brother called in the four boys to the confession room and asked if they were ever bullied or mocked when they were young. Rocky admitted that he was often mocked for his teeth, Hermes and Patrick were teased for their skinny frames, while Rob didn't seem to take teasing against him too seriously. Then, Big Brother made the housemates realize that the boys were doing the same bullying and mockery against their housemate, Rica.

After a long discussion, Big Brother announced that all of the remaining 15 housemates are nominated for eviction. This is the first time that such a twist took place in PBB history. Viewers have one week to vote for the housemate whom they want to evict from PBB Double Up.

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Rob Stumvoll, the "Ladies Man of Austria," was evicted during the November 28 episode of Pinoy Big Brother Double Up. Maenwhile, all the 15 remaining housemates are nominated for eviction this week.
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