- Maymay Entrata was announced as the PBB Lucky 7 Big Winner.
- Entrata won a house and lot, 1 million-peso prize and tour package.
The country’s most famous house, Pinoy Big Brother House, has once again wrapped up another season successfully as it announced its newest Big Winner.
On Sunday, March 5, Marydale “Maymay” Entrata was proclaimed as “Big Winner” the Pinoy Big Brother: Lucky 7 during the grand finals night held at the Alonte Sports Arena in Biñan, Laguna.
Dubbed as the “Wacky-go-lucky ng Cagayan de Oro” , the 19-year-old charmed the audience with her ‘wacky’ antics, humor and ‘fan-girling’ moments inside the house. She registered almost half, 42.71 percent, of the total public votes to win the competition.
Behind the happy-go-lucky aura, hides some pains of having a broken family. Despite her fun and cheerful character, Entrata also showed her emotional side whenever the topic of family comes up.
“Maraming salamat dahil pinili niyong maging bahagi kayo sa pangarap ko at natupad ang mga ito. Gusto ko lang sabihin sa inyo na huwag na huwag kayong matakot mangarap,” the emotional teen housemate said after her win.
Entrata won a house and lot, a one million cash prize and a tour package.
Kisses Delavin is the second big placer
Meanwhile, Kirsten “Kisses” Delavin was hailed as the second big placer after garnering 31.27 percent of the total number of public votes. She won P500,000.
The “Miracle Daughter of Masbate” won the hearts of the viewers and her co-housemates for her cute and charming personality. Having grown up in a ‘sheltered’ family environment, the beauty queen said that her main goal in joining the PBB is to be independed and to learn to stand on her own.
Among Delavin’s most notable moments in the house was her admission of love to a fellow housemate, Marco Gallo. She easily captured the sympathy of the viewers when she fearlessly admitted her feelings for Gallo, but ended up with her fair share of heartbreaks.
“Huwag kayong susuko sa inyong mga pangarap. Patuloy kayong magpakatotoo, magmahal nang magmahal, maniwala sa inyong sarili, at magkaroon nang walang sawang pagmamahal sa inyong pamilya at sa Diyos,” the 16-year old teen housemate said.
Cornillo “Yong” Mujahil of Zamboanga placed third with 21.52 percent of votes, while “Cheerful Charmer ng Germany” Edward Barber placed fourth, with 4.49 percent of votes. Muhajil took home a P300,000 cash prize while Barber won P200,000.
A day earlier, Tanner Mata, Hashtags McCoy de Leon and Nikko Natividad, and Coraleen Waddell were named 5th, 6th and 7th big placers. They all won P100,000 each.